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RE: Internet Commission (SUBMISSION) (fwd)

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Mon, 9 Aug 1999 12:47:56 +0200 
From: "Shaw, Robert" <Robert.Shaw@itu.int>
To: 'adria' <adria@ns-center.net>
Cc: "'poc-submit@gtld-mou.org'" <poc-submit@gtld-mou.org>
Subject: RE: Internet Commission (SUBMISSION) 

Thank you for your email but your submission has not found
its way to the right place!

Your suggestion is best addressed to the Internet Corporation 
for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN - see http://www.icann.org) 
at the address <comments@icann.org> and/or the Domain Name 
Supporting Organization (DNSO - see http://www.dnso.org) at 
the address <comments-gtlds@dnso.org>

Kind regards,

Robert Shaw
Robert Shaw <robert.shaw@itu.int>
ITU Internet Strategy and Policy Advisor
International Telecommunication Union <http://www.itu.int>
Place des Nations, 1211 Geneva, Switzerland

> -----Original Message-----
> From: adria [mailto:adria@ns-center.net]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 04, 1999 9:44 PM
> To: iahc-submit
> Subject: Internet Commission (SUBMISSION) 
>     I have a submission suggestion that might help with filtering
> pornography.
> If there was a .porn it would be much easier to filter sites of that
> nature than using a key word for phase.  This might also make 
> it easier
> for the government to categorize these types of sites so 
> there might be
> less controversy over what is porn and what is art.  Even if 
> people will
> continue arguing the nature of porn (obscenity) verses art it would at
> least help for those who wish to stay away from it and for those who
> wish to find it.
>     It would not only make it easier for mothers and fathers to keep
> porn and sites of this nature away from their children with 
> less fear of
> having to watch their child every second, but it would also make it
> easier on the adults who want to find it.
> .porn
> Thank You