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In early May ICM Registry's plans for a domain were rejected by the net's organising body Icann.

Now ICM is suing two US government departments for access to documents it claims show how they lobbied for the new net address to be rejected.

It has asked Icann to reconsider its application because it did not have all the facts about ICM's plans.

By the early 1990s, militant straight edge was a well-known part of the wider punk scene.

The world needed a hip new hero who listened to heavy metal and had tattoos and snowboarded down a mountain after blowing up the top of that mountain for some reason. The fact that the filmmakers replaced Vin Diesel with Ice Cube, whose on-screen persona wasn’t as edgy as it used to be, didn’t help matters.

Rob Cohen’s 2002 thriller was a riffed on the James Bond franchise which, prior to the Daniel Craig reboot, was considered something of a relic at the multiplex. The original , was a non-starter, grossing a mere million just three years later.

Straight edge (sometimes abbreviated s Xe or signified by XXX or X) is a subculture of hardcore punk whose adherents refrain from using alcohol, tobacco and other recreational drugs, in reaction to the excesses of punk subculture.

While the commonly expressed aspects of the straight edge subculture have been abstinence from alcohol, nicotine, and illegal drugs, there have been considerable variations on how far to take the interpretations of "abstaining from intoxicants" or "living drug-free".

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