August 1, 2013 As early as September new Internet suffixes — from .nyc to .google to .ngo — will begin rolling out. It's a controversial plan that raised concerns about fraud, trademark infringement and customer confusion, but the Web's governing body says those issues have been addressed.
July 25, 2013 The worlds of politics and commerce collide as several countries seek to block proposed top-level domain names. Reasons include everything from religious sensibilities to geographic similarities.
June 13, 2012 Those, and others such as ".sex," may be among suffixes such as ".com" at the end of Internet addresses.