Kenya Rejects .XXX

Speaking at an event to celebrate World Press Freedom Day, Kenyan Ministry of Information’s Dr. Bitange Ndemo explains that while Kenya has promised not to censor Internet freedoms, the country is rejecting the newly approved .XXX “sponsored” Top Level Domain. He goes further to say that .XXX will make it easier for children to find adult material online; also, that since pornography is illegal in Kenya, .XXX must be blocked.

India blocked .XXX less than five days after it was approved. How long before other countries, like China and Saudi Arabia, block .XXX because they have policies against pornography?

FSC opposes the .XXX domain and urges adult online businesses to STAY .COM – don’t get trapped in the online adult ghetto. Say NO to .XXX – bad for business and bad for the Internet. – jc

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  1. [...] Kenya Rejects .XXX Posted on May 4, 2011 by admin Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates on this topic.Powered by WP Greet Box WordPress PluginSpeaking at an event to celebrate World Press Freedom Day, Kenyan Ministry of Information’s Bitange Ndemo explains that while Kenya has promised not to censor Internet freedoms, the country is rejecting the newly approved .XXX “sponsored” Top Level Domain. He goes further to say that .XXX will make it easier for children to find adult [...] FSC Blog [...]

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