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The controversial domain name .x x x goes on general sale from 16:00 GMT, as legal efforts continue to scupper it.
Some 100,000 web addresses have already been purchased in a restricted sale. The first pages went live in September.
Two of the net's biggest pronography firms have accused ICM Registry - which oversees the addresses - of being "anti-competitive" and a "monopoly".
ICM Registry said that lawsuits are "without merit" adding that it plans to defend itself.
Some 100,000 web addresses have already been purchased in a restricted sale
Companies and individuals that do not want their name associated with #*$!ography will be able to pay a one-off fee of between $150 and $300 (£100 to £200), depending on which company they register their domain with.
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[edited by: Webwork at 1:57 pm (utc) on Dec 24, 2011]
Likely before morning's light and lowered blood alcohol reveals that one didn't get in bed with a hot domain. One actually got in bed with a ewe domain.I know that "eew" is a common expression of disgust but you might want to rethink your spelling there, Webwork. Otherwise the poor domainer might end up feeling rather sheepish in the morning. :)