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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