US to roll out safe surfing with .kids domain launch

December 2002
New Media Age;12/12/2002, p13
Trade Publication
Announces that U.S. President George W. Bush signed the Dot Kids Implementation and Efficiency Act of 2002 that would create an area of cyberspace for children aged 12 or younger. Firm which is responsible for creating a kids.us domain.


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