(ICANN) and their vote (8-3 to approve an XXX gTLD - generic top level domain) to enable the adult industry to advertise online makes money but the regulation of domains is what the government wants and evidently gets one way or another.
For us who service the holdings and corporations of these enterprises - the door opens to drive revenue on xxx channels - Scores NY has created it's custom club website and it adheres to Google's standards and requirements - clean rated and proven track record of 5.5 ROI in 2010 across their entire digital publishing and advertising efforts.
I hear opportunity calling - advertising a gentleman's club restricted was hard - this would open the flood gates - but only for those who jump through SE loops to get indexed and rated 98/100 like scoresny.com did.
Lawrence E. Strickling, said in a statement. "This decision goes against the global public interest, and it will open the door to more Internet blocking by governments and undermine the stability and security of the Internet."
That's not what we witnessed in the middle east - where control over infrastruture is routine - they could not harrness the internet - open so all can see - not just the elite.