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PIMPROLL, which purchased the Porn.com domain for $9.5 million several years ago, has rolled out Porn.xxx as a tube site.
It’s not quite make-up sex, but two of the more prominent names in the pornography business have announced an amicable end to their bitter legal fight. The truce follows the arrest on tax charges of the head of one of the combatants.
ICM Registry, the registry operator for the .XXX top-level domain (TLD) for online adult entertainment, announced that new .XXX domain registrations created from May 1 through May 31, 2013 will be available at .COM prices.
Manwin and ICM Registry jointly announced today that they have settled their legal disputes with an agreement made public.
ICM Registry’s applications for .sex, .porn and .adult are bound for approval now that the objection period for generic TLDs is closed, said Stuart Lawley, who runs the company’s .XXX registry as president.
Harvard University paid as much as $299 to register the last time the World Wide Web’s global overseer added a domain name to familiar ones including .com and .net. Rather than seeking a new opportunity, it signed up to keep harvard.xxx from being used as a porn site.