Internet Governance Coalition mentioned in Washington Examiner article- “Internet board approves U.S. plan to cede Internet Control”

The board responsible for Internet governance on Thursday approved a plan to transition another component of the net away from the United States.

In a vote held in Marrakesh, Morocco, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers voted to finalize the last proposal necessary to assume control of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, or IANA. The Obama administration has been working for several years to cede control over the entity, which is currently managed under contract by the Department of Commerce, and looks set to finally succeed this year… [more]

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