US Government No Longer In Charge Of Global Internet Address BookFor nearly two decades the United States government was in charge of the official list of website addresses. That is no longer the case.
Tech Report: Frenzy Over New Internet Domain SuffixesDot-coms are about to get a lot more company now that the organization that oversees web addresses is set to approve over a thousand new domain name endings.
Tech Report: Unique Domain Names Coming To Internet SoonA quarter-century after the creation of ".com," the agency that assigns Internet addresses is loosening its rules and allowing suffixes named after brands, hobbies, political causes and just about anything else.
Tech Report: Internet Red Light District Gets Green LightYou've heard of ".com" and ".org." Joining them soon will be ".xxx" for pornographic websites.
Future Home Of Online Porn Debated In San Francisco Members of the adult entertainment industry were in San Francisco to oppose a plan to create a separate Internet address for porn websites.

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