Will the United States’ Relinquished Control of ICANN Lead to Problems with Internet Functionality and Free Speech?

Will the United States’ Relinquished Control of ICANN Lead to Problems with Internet Functionality and Free Speech?

By Brad Borne.

In the mid-1990s, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) was entrusted to manage the internet's Domain Name System (DNS). ICANN is a California corporation and governed by California law. Today's post discusses international regulation issues, when the regulatory body is a U.S. corporation.

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