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New Web Address Suffixes

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New Web Address Suffixes

New Web Address Suffixes

New Web Address Suffixes

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Host Bob Edwards talks with Dan Gillmor, technology columnist for San Jose Mercury News, about the recent meeting of ICANN — the Internet Corporation for Assigned Numbers and Names. The private corporation that structures the Internet has announced it will create new domain names with alternate web address suffixes besides dot-coms.

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