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European Commission Executive Slams "Interference" in .XXX Vote

The Internet governing body's decision to reject a new .xxx Internet domain for porn sites is a clear case of U.S. political interference in the Web's governance, the European Commission said on Thursday.

...The EU executive said the decision underscored the need to make ICANN independent quickly, following unsuccessful demands last year by a group of countries including the EU to make ICANN fully independent.

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Re: European Commission Executive Slams "Interference" in .XXX Vote John McCormac  –  May 24, 2006 9:59 AM PDT

It is rather ironic that the Commission would be criticising others considering the squatters' paradise that .eu has become under Eurid.

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