After opening its doors for registration in June, the company overseeing development of the world's first child-friendly internet space says its web domain is gaining momentum. Still, its critics believe content providers will have trouble warming up to the service, which would require companies to register and operate at a separate location on the web.

The domain, formed as part of the Dot-Kids Implementation and Efficiency Act of 2002, promises to carve out some child-friendly territory within America's .us internet domain, where children under the age 13 can work, play, and surf without


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