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iGoldRush Blog   November 2006

U.N. Debate Goes on Over U.S. Internet Control

November 01, 2006 in News

While technically the U.S. Government could delete the domains of other nations, they have never exercised that right. This unusual control that U.S. Government has is the subject of a debate at the United Nations. The White House Administration published principles that stated that “national governments have legitimate sovereignty concerns, but adding that the U.S. will maintain its historic role in authorizing changes or modifications to the authoritative root zone file.” This concerned those at the U.N. debate, who asked if it was right if the U.S. had the right to decide when and which new TLDs are introduced.

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