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U.S. Pulls Out Of ICANN — What Does That Spell For Internet Users?

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The U.S. plans to give up oversight of the nonprofit that manages Internet names and addresses. Technology reporter Gauthem Nagesh of The Wall Street Journal explains what this means for the Internet.
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