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Nations gather to decide who gets the keys to the internet

22
Apr
2014

Many countries are (understandably) unhappy with the influence the US wields over the internet, and in particular its control of ICANN, the webs back end. The Department of Commerce has agreed to give up its oversight of the body, and is meeting various nations at Net Mundial in Brazil this week to discuss exactly how to do that. The gathering itself is controversial, as US political figures from the right and left, including ex-President Bill Clinton, oppose moves to give up ICANN control.

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