A quarter-century after the creation of “.com,” the agency that assigns internet addresses is loosening its rules and allowing suffixes named after brands, hobbies, political causes and just about anything else, the Associated Press reports. Under guidelines approved Monday, Apple could register addresses ending in “.ipad,” Citi and Chase could share “.bank” and environmental groups could go after “.eco.” Japan could have “.com” in Japanese…

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