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ICM Registry LLC Request for IRP
On September 8, 2008, ICANN responded to the ICM complaint and pointed out that its decision was "consistent with the organization's Mission Statement, Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws and its negotiations with the company has been open, transparent and in good faith." In addition, ICANN reasoned that its Bylaws required the Board to consider the opinion of the Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC). In the case of .xxx TLD, ICM knew that the string was highly controversial and GAC raised its concerns regarding the company's proposal. Those concerns were considered by ICANN in its decision. ICANN also explained that it never asserted any commitment or assured the company regarding the approval of its application. Furthermore, the internet governing body pointed out that it did not base its entire decision based on the strong recommendation of the Independent Evaluation Panel that to deny its application because it did not met the sponsorship criteria for the application process.<ref>
[ ICANN Response to ICM Request for IRP]</ref>
On February 18, 2010, the IRP declared that ICANN's decision is fair, transparent and reasonable.<ref>
[ Declaration of the Independent Review Panel]</ref>
==Manwin Request for IRP==

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