At a federal hearing May 6, members of Congress urged organizers of the new "" internet domain to come up with incentives that would motivate businesses and other organizations to build content for the kid-friendly web space, which so far has drawn a disappointing response.

After nearly a year of operation, only 13 web sites exist on the dot-kids domain, which was created by the Dot-Kids Implementation and Efficiency Act of 2002. The law promised to carve out some child-friendly territory within America's ".us" internet domain, where children under the age of 13 could work,...

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