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ICANN's Work No Longer Prescribed by DOC

The US government says it will maintain oversight of the internet but with far less hands-on involvement.

"The big difference is that we will no longer have our work prescribed by the Department of Commerce and no longer have to report to them every six months with lots of hurdles for us to jump," said Paul Twomey, CEO of ICANN

Read full story: BBC

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Re: ICANN's Work No Longer Prescribed by DOC By Milton Mueller  –  Oct 01, 2006 9:22 am PDT

This is not "news" this is "spin." See http://www.internetgovernance.org/news.html#ICANNoldwine_093006

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