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    Approving .XXX Applicants is Called "Research" EH?
    by Anonymous on Friday November 11 2005, @07:37AM (#16474)
    Approving .XXX Applicants is Called "Research" EH?

    The Registrars are doing face-to-face approvals
    and accredidations of the .XXX applicants.

    Getting those camera angles correct during the
    "interview", is considered innovation.

    Apparently, the ICANN Board and Staff are observing
    to make sure that the various U.S. laws are
    followed.

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    Approving .XXX Applicants is Called "Research" EH? by Anonymous
    Re:Approving .XXX Applicants is Called "Research"
    by Anonymous on Friday November 11 2005, @08:00AM (#16476)
    For the WHOIS information collection,
    you have to HIRE a U.S. Government accredited
    18 U.S.C. Section 2257 Compliance Officer

    (aka another lawyer)

    The legal community (aka The ICANN Community)
    will no doubt approve that.
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    over the age of eighteen years at the time of the
    by Anonymous on Friday November 11 2005, @08:07AM (#16477)
    "over the age of eighteen years at the time of the creation"

    ICANN is moving to 16 as the Age of Consent

      over the age of sixteen years at the time of the creation

    That is one of the reasons why the ICANN meeting
    is moving to Australia, and out-sourced to NZ
    now that they are merging
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