Last week the U.S. announced it was giving up control over the organization that manages internet domain names. It’s call The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers or ICANN.
So what exactly does that mean for internet users? CCTV’s Jim Spellman explains.
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More reaction to the U.S.’s decision to move away from ICANN and leave control in the hands of the global Internet Community,
Mark Niu reports from San Francisco, a major tech center here in the United States.
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