For all of those topics, and many more, a site I've come to rely on is CircleID.com.
It is a "news" site, but one that is very focused on what is happening in the underlying infrastructure that powers the Internet - and from both a technical and business/marketing point-of-view. There are technical articles and blog posts focused on topics such as IPv6, DNS security, cybersecurity, cloud computing, etc. - and there are more business-focused articles and blog posts talking about the business behind domain names or the new generic TLDs.
For marketers and communications professionals these latter topics are quite important - there is much going on right now in that space that will define what the future of domain names will look like.
I should note that Circle ID is a community-driven site and anyone can register and sign up to contribute. If you want to publish articles in this space - or have a client for whom this would be a logical audience to write - the folks behind CircleID are always open to new contributors.
It's a great resource, and one that many of you may find useful to track what is happening behind the curtains of the Internet.
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