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#57359 - 03/23/1205:25 PM[Reuters] Web address controversy deepens after U.S. warning
LONDON (Reuters) - A controversial attempt to expand Internet addresses far beyond the likes of .com, .org or .net has provoked a rare threat from the U.S. government to withdraw a key license from the body that runs the Internet's core functions.