why a .xxx zone is needed on the Net

it is unbelievable how this can’t be stopped by geocities.com – yahoo.com given endless programming and security options. redirected sites are not allowed per yahoo’s policy, but a spammer like this can repeatedly set up geocites.com redirected sites for over a year and repeatedly send spam attacks, filling up your mail directory in the process, to advertise their illegal geocities.com sites which have included illegal gambling, drug trafficking, banking fraud, prostitution and I’m sure a whole lot more. and the only way yahoo would know is if someone reports it, which means who knows what else is being illegally sold thru geocities.com. and I’m not paid to police geocities.com.

and as for the spammer, it doesn’t even concern the degenerate that their links aren’t being clicked or their sites are not visited after solicitation, their goal is to reach other degenerates who would be stupid enough to use their illegal services, and the spammer doesn’t care who is stepped on in the process.

the internet is now part of nearly everyone’s daily life in the U.S. so given, I don’t hang out w/drug dealers, prostitutes, bookies and other similar folks, well not since I left SteelEye.com/Venrock.com LOL, why should I have to wade thru them daily in my own personal and private space. it’s like driving home and purposely avoiding bad neighborhoods, only to open your door and immediately discover crackheads, pimps/prostitutes, banking frauds, drug dealers, counterfeiters all in your living room waiting to offer you something. but somehow it’s okay simply because your house exists, just like an e-mail address exists.

this is another example of why a red-light internet zone is needed. we can’t get rid of the degenerates online, but regulating them to one zone with .xxx domains would allow for

* stiffer fines and instant shutdowns for those who choose to play outside the zone, 

* protecting kids more from unrestricted access or logging available for parents if accessed, and

* prevent those of us who have been using the internet longgggg before the cute graphical browsers, desktop e-mail apps and cheap computers (which opened the flood gates) from having to wade thru and report the nonsense that has corrupted the Net.

ISP’s could even charge extra for access to the .xxx zone, like adult programming costs extra on television and restricts access to others.

there should even be .rx domains available to cut down on illegal drug trafficking.

and notice the forgery as well as use of someone else’s IP to solicit. some idiot is obviously buying this stuff, or there’d be no incentive to repeat it for over a year.

and here’s the kicker: I don’t have a desktop computer, haven’t had one for over a year. and with or w/out desktop computer, I don’t web browse, so address couldn’t have been picked up from surfing. this is originating thru illegal sales of stolen addresses from networks or viruses placed on other computers for the purpose of phishing.

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