Internet Governing Body Makes Major Change Monday, June 20, 2011, on National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered.”

The world’s main Internet governing body Monday approved what may be the biggest change in the online world for many years. Soon, we may see website addresses that end with almost any word. It won’t be just dot-com or dot-org or dot-net. We could have dot-NewYork or dot-Toyota. Companies, cities, even individuals, could have Web addresses all to themselves.

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