Sorry ’bout that. Just reporting the news on the technical front. And, hey, like we are all innocent here…duh. 🙂
The Washington Post reports that yesterday the Internet naming authority has approved the use of the .xxx suffix.
“On Friday in San Francisco, the California nonprofit that oversees Internet addresses gave the green light to the virtual red-light district. The vote comes after several years of clashes and deliberations by the Internet Corp. for Assigned Names and Numbers.”
There are always two sides to any issue, and with this one, that does not change. Interestingly, many in the porn industry are afraid that the .xxx sites might be subject to mass blocking.
Read the Washington Post article for all the information on this up coming change. (Sorry, I could not resist.)
Video Conferencing and Porn
I’m sure I have told this story before, but, when video conferencing was new, many of the calls we got regarding the technical aspects of videoconferencing were from porn site operators. The questions were super technical and very detailed.
I’m sure the porn industry has had it’s own (if not very quiet) impact on the development of video collaboration, video chat, and video streaming over the Internet.