PETA goes .XXX

PETA – the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals – is going the triple X way.

By launching Peta.xxx, the often controversial organization is attempting to create an outlet for its often shocking ads that promote the protection of animals.

Ads by PETA often contain nudity and thus the .XXX realm is perfect for this.

 

The Peta.xxx web site went live today with a statement:

PETA’s mission is to put an end to animal suffering, and we use every available opportunity to spread this message we always have, and we always will. Unfortunately, this is not always an easy task. Unlike our opposition, which is mostly made up of wealthy industries and corporations, PETA must rely on getting free “advertising” through media coverage.
It’s a safe bet that many visitors to PETA.xxx didn’t set out to learn about how animals are mercilessly slaughtered on today’s factory farms; understandably, such topics are convenient to ignore. That’s why PETA must make our message impossible to forget—and launching a website with a .xxx domain name is one way that we can achieve that goal.”
Ron Jeremy, the legendary porn star known as “the hedgehog“, is a spokesperson for animal rights and PETA uses his status to promote its cause.

Peta.xxx thus makes an interesting combination of adult content and “good cause”; a definite win for the ICM Registry – managers of .XXX.

 

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ICANN may let new TLD applicants modify their applications

Plan may allow new TLD applicants to fix errors.

 

ICANN is considering allowing applicants for new top level domains to make changes to their applications, the organization confirmed to Domain Name Wire today.

 

The group is working on a process that could allow applicants to fix errors in their final applications. Officially:

“ICANN has received requests for changes to submitted applications. We take these requests very seriously and are working on developing guidelines for these changes.”

The ICANN community spent a lot of time coming up with applicant guidelines, but one it didn’t think to include was a mechanism for fixing errors in applications.

 

After all, you’d assume someone wiring $185,000 along with an application wouldn’t misspell the word logistics. But that’s what Kerry Trading Company did in its application for .kerrylogistics. Although the bulk of the application spells logistics correctly, the string field says .kerrylogisitics.

 

I suspect any guidelines for changes will debated by the community. Fixing .kerrylogisitics probably won’t concern any other applicants. But other changes might be more controversial. .dotAfrica comes to mind, since there’s already a fight between the two applicants concerning their legitimacy.

 

We might also see VeriSign ask to alter some of the IDNs it submitted. More on that later.

 

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Honey, I screwed up on my $185,000 new TLD application

Several new top level domain applicants make errors in their applications — including a misspelling of the word “logistics”.
I’ve found three instances of typo’s or errors in new top level domain applicants’ strings. I’ve reached out to ICANN to find out if the applicants will be afforded an opportunity to fix these errors as I can’t find anything in the guidebook about it. Logic would say yes in the case of an uncontested string.
One obvious typo comes courtesy of Kerry Trading Company. One of the six strings it applied for was .KerryLogisitics. Notice the extra ‘i’ in what is supposed to be .KerryLogistics.
The company also applied for .kerryhotels and .kerryproperties. I’m surprised by the lack of application for simply .kerry, unless they expected objections.
There’s also an application for .dotafrica, while the application suggests the goal was to apply for .africa. (And I sure hope that was the intention.) That one could be interesting because there’s already lots of bad blood between the two applicants for the string.
Finally, at least two internationalized domain name followers have been informed they believe there’s an error in VeriSign’s application for the Hebrew transliteration of .com. VeriSign has not responded to requests for comment on the matter other than to say it’s looking in to it.
I’ve reached out to ICANN about provisions for fixing typos in strings and will update this story when I hear more. Have you noticed any other string typos?

 

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IISP Ranked among ICANN Accredited Registrar List

2012 is doomed to be an extraodinary year, 2012 welcomes IISP milestone, 2012 marks a newborn ranked among ICANN Accredited Registrar list after 7 years’ continuing effort and surviving from intense competition, we IISPers are definitely proud of her accomplishment nowadays.

 

Below is the letter of congratulation from Verisign:
“It is our pleasure to congratulate you on becoming an ICANN accredited registrar. Now that you have met the requirements of ICANN, our team is looking forward to assisting you in completing the Verisign certification process so you can quickly begin registering .com and .net domain names. We hope this support will prove to be helpful in reducing the investment of your internal resources and time.”

 

PIR:
“ICANN has informed .ORG, managed by the Public Interest Registry (PIR) that you have recently completed your ICANN accreditation to become a registrar and wish to partner with us by becoming an .ORG accredited registrar.”

 

Telnic:
“We received notification from ICANN that you have added the .tel appendix to your agreement with them. There hasn’t been a better time to become involved with .tel domains and we are pleased to assist you in becoming accredited as a participating .tel registrar.”

 

ICM:
“Congrats on your recent ICANN Accreditation…”

 

Neustar:

“We have been notified that your company is now ICANN-accredited as a .BIZ registrar.  Neustar looks forward to getting your company up and running as soon as possible!”

 

More registries will be notified by ICANN for the corresponding domain names signed in the RAA in the next days, we IISP have been staying for the disposal of sign-up/accreditation process, striving to save time and expedite each step if possible. The concerned technical staffs have been arranged to re-set the product prices to a more competitive level. Detailed information will come out when available.

 

Flying with the strong momentum, our English version website IISP.HK was launched with her unique style of “Keep Internet Simple Stupid” (acronym “KISS“), and dedicated to offer clients easy to navigate, fast to locate services in domain name registration, web hosting purchase, 1 to 1 customer support.

 

Standing at the peak of internet infrastruture, we firstly need to appreciate every client, and every website viewer who ever stayed here, without your persistant support and comprehension, we are nothing, hope 2012 will bring you and your family lucky, happy, healthy life.

 

Reference links:

http://www.icann.org/registrar-reports/accreditation-qualified-list.html

http://www.icann.org/registrar-reports/accredited-list.html

http://www.internic.com/alpha.html

 

 

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