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YouTube has yanked offline an advert for .xxx domain names which featured two porn stars performing a sexually suggestive act on a hot dog. But the 30-second video, part of ICM Registry's $4.5m ad campaign to promote the launch of the porn-only TLD, was apparently removed from YouTube not because it was too saucy, but because …

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+10 points to the writer for getting "yanked off" into the first line!

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Coat

I duno what them loverly ladies were trying to sell.....

... but I'll take 2 please.....

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Anonymous Coward

SPAM?

it flagged SPAM alerts? I thought that hotdog just contained beef and pork! :-)

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Trollface

They want you to believe that hotdogs are made of beef and pork

Hotdogs are actually made of the unmentionable parts of animals with a bit of sawdust thrown in for filler.

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Anonymous Coward

How much?

> Almost 80,000 companies reluctantly paid $200 or more per domain ...

Assuming they only have one domain each, that's over 10 million pounds before they even got out of bed.

Where do I look for sysadmin jobs in the porn sector?

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Pint

Surely this article should have been entitled

«Spam meets silicone» (please note the final «e») in good Reg tradition ?...

Henri

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Barking mad

I bet

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Coat

Do the complainer's IP addresses match

ICM's address range?

Banning always gives a massive popularity boost...

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Paris Hilton

Only in Amuuuurica

What? That's it? THAT's so objectionable that YouTube pulled it?

My God! It's not like it's Janet Jackson's nipple or something!

(Paris becuase - well, need you ask?)

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