technology

Internet naming board approves huge expansion of approved domain extensions with .hotel, .bank, or .sport auctions likely.

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  • 21 june 2011



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This article titled “Internet domain addresses opened up to wave of new suffixes” was written by Charles Arthur, technology editor, for The Guardian on Monday 20th June 2011 18.29 UTC

Twenty-six years after .com was first unveiled to the world, officials have swept away tight regulations governing website naming, opening up a whole world of personalised web address suffixes.

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