September 29, 2005
US Continues to Reject Suggestions That It Give Up Control of Internet
At the last planning meeting before this fall's World Summit on the Information Society, set for Tunis in November, the United States again rejected any notion that it should give up control of the Internet in favor of an international body such as the United Nations, or a decentralized model. David Gross, the U.S. representative to the meeting, indicated that such a suggestion was completely contrary to U. S. policy. Read more here in a Business Week article and here in an International Herald Tribune article.
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