Ah, the internet -- home of the free. Run by a nonprofit organization empowered to make arbitrary decisions on a rolling basis. Why?
The suffix .xxx was rejected by ICANN last year, but it could also prove to be a popular suffix under the more relaxed policy. However, Twomey told Agence France-Press that the organization will still try to block or reject any domain name that it deems inappropriate for security or moral reasons.
This is not a very encouraging standard -- or procedure -- but is there really a better alternative? Not governmental oversight. Especially intergovernmental oversight. Any bright ideas out there in the tubes?