Critics of the idea argue that because there is no requirement for providers of explicit content to use the TLD, sexually explicit material will still be commonplace in other domains, making it ineffectual at restricting access, and simply creating a new "landrush" as registrants of domains hosting explicit material attempt to duplicate their registrations in the On 6 June 2008, in accordance with ICANN bylaws, ICM filed an application with the International Centre for Dispute Resolution for an independent review challenging ICANN's decision. 50 117 T 00224 08, and in September 2009, a live hearing was held in Washington, DC, where both sides submitted documentary evidence and witness testimony.
on 19 February 2010, the ICDR's independent review panel – consisting of Stephen M.
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Applicants are pre-screened and their existing Web sites checked to ascertain they are part of the adult entertainment community; a post-registration challenge process exists also; standards such as not marketing to minors must be adhered to (pronounced "dot triple-ecks" or "dot ecks ecks ecks") is a sponsored top-level domain (s TLD) intended as a voluntary option for pornographic sites on the Internet.