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  • .Com is so 1990s -- Internet braces for a lot more domain name variety

    .Com is so 1990s -- Internet braces for a lot more domain name variety
    The worldwide entity that acts as a traffic cop for Internet domain names, ICANN, today released a list of hundreds of proposed top level domain names that could supplment the current 20+ suffixes in use, such as .com, .org., .net, .org, and .xxx. ICANN billed it as likely the biggest expansion ever of the Internet domain system.
  • Online fraud puts consumers at risk

    For nearly 100 years, the Better Business Bureau has helped consumers avoid fraud and scams by helping them find businesses, brands and charities they can trust. We are uniquely positioned in representing both the interests of the business community,...

    Become a .ninja or a .guru in the new Internet

    Become a .ninja or a .guru in the new Internet
    The Internet is quietly exploding. More than 300 new top-level domains — the extension of the Internet address after the dot, such as .com or .net — were created in recent months by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers,...

    U.S. to give up control of making policy for the Web

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Amid growing international concern over U.S. control of the Internet, the federal government plans to relinquish control of policy making for the Web to the “global Internet community.” The U.S. Commerce Department said...

    EEUU quiere reducir su control de las direcciones de Internet

    El Gobierno estadounidense anunció el viernes que renunciará a sus modos de control más directos sobre la infraestructura de Internet, pero dijo que insistirá en que la labor sea asumida por un grupo que incluya al sector privado y a otras partes...