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The first of a new wave of top-level domains has launched for businesses and individuals based in the capital.
It wants to cede control and oversight to a body made up of companies and government representatives instead.
A new survey suggests that over one in four London businesses will register for a .london domain name when they become available.
Google's plan to own new domains like .map and .search is facing stiff opposition from a tech-led pressure group.
Amazon is currently bidding for the rights to the internet domain .book but its plans are coming under fire from authors' groups.
Some British web addresses may soon do away with their .co.uk web addresses, opting instead for the shorter, snappier .uk domain.