Internet Core Neutrality: Drawing a Line in the Sand at ICANN

By Dan Krimm. “Most people have never heard of ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, but the number who have may be about to grow significantly. ICANN is a nonprofit organization less than a decade old that makes policy about the Internets Domain Name System (DNS). This organization determines policy for registries of top-level domains (TLDs) such as .com or .net, for registrars of second-level domains (2LDs) such as mywebsite.com or yourwebsite.net and for the Root Server Operators whose computers tell the rest of the computers on the Internet what TLDs exist and where to find them. A matter of concern only to techno/Inter-geeks, right? Wrong. While ICANNs original mandate in 1998 was basically limited to making sure the DNS didnt break due to technical and operational flaws, mission-creep at ICANN has expanded its reach well beyond that narrow technical realm and into the world of general public policy. Current policy deliberations at ICANN are increasingly touching upon broad issues like personal privacy, crime-fighting, trademark enforcement, and morality and public order in general. …”

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