Deal places limits on .com fees
The body which oversees the internet has put forward a revised deal to settle a long-running dispute over the crucial .com domain name.

The tentative settlement was reached between the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (Icann) and the current .com owner, Verisign.

The proposals would limit fees for .com addresses charged by Verisign.

But Verisign would still retain control of the lucrative .com domain until at least 2012.

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