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11 March 2016 By Reynolds Holding

Several countries and U.S. lawmakers oppose a plan to strip Uncle Sam of control over domain names. Yet American cyber spying and the web’s global reach mean international oversight makes sense. The proposal’s strength is in granting more power to users – not governments.

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