Who control the Internet?

Here is another article on Financial Times about the dispute in preparation for the December Geneva Summit on Information Society.

“Some governments believe are their legitimate rights of decision over domain name allocation in their own countries, and the dominant influence of existing Internet providers and users.

Icann’s defenders argue that giving an intergovernmental organization control over technical aspects of the Internet would at best increase bureaucracy and slow innovation and development, and at worst give repressive governments a new way of controlling access to information.”

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