Reuters reports that the kids.us web domain, set up by the U.S. government in 2002, has emerged as a major disappointment, with only a handful of content providers participating in the project. The domain was mean to keep children safe from objectionable content, but Congress and domain administrator NeuStar Inc. failed to give enough incentives for businesses to participate.
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