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It is my view that on the Internet there is objectionable content data, and
some of the web-site developers are not bound by the rules of morality. 

At the initial design of the Internet domnains, .com was planned to be a domain
for commercial use. In fact on the 
.com domain one can find sites that have books for sale,
sites that promote violence and intolerance, sites that 
display graphical sexual acts. This is nonsense. Internet 
sites are all mixed together in this .chaos (.com) domain.

I do propose to create new domains with respect to the content of the web sites.

        .gen - general audience content sites
        .adu - for adult audience content sites
        .res - for restricted content sites
        .non - for sites that do not want to bo bound
               by the rules of the Conmtent Protected

Note: This is a common classification as the one used for movies. 

Here are some proposed implementation details:

    a) All the existind domains to be of .gen and .adu 
       content while they will maintain current domain names.

    b) Sites on the current domains that have content of
       .res will be assigned to the new created domains.

    c) Sites that do not desire to adhere to the Content 
       Protected Domains to be placed in the .non   
       (noncomforming) domain.

    d) The web developer will chose the content of the new 
       designed web site and be assigned to the proper domain
       at registration time.
    e) A user will chose to visit a particular domain or not. 
       For example in school an Internet browser will allow
       to connect only to the .gen domain. 

    f) New regulations must be created to assure comformity    
       to the web sites content agreements.

    g) The sites content to be managed by the organizations that
       assign domain names. User input, content filtering  
       software can be used to implement this proposal.

For more details of this proposal please visit: www.jps.net/josephk/cpd/

Feedback is appreciated.

Joseph Krecz. josephk@jps.net