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Hundreds Of New Internet Domains Prepare To Launch

Navigating the "information superhighway" may soon be even more complicated. As early as November, the first of hundreds of new domains will become available, vastly expanding the Internet from websites that end with traditional suffixes like .com. Kojo examines concerns about fairness and fraud, and probes a potential revolution in online search as the world gears up for .google, .app, .green -- and the first domains in non-English scripts.

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