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Re: [wg-c] New gTLDs via US Government legislation???
>Now, either ICANN is federally controlled, or it's not.
Don't know about ICANN, but the agreements signed the
other day make it clear that the legacy root will remain
federally controlled for a long time.
If Congress created a .xxx domain and it became law,
it is certain that the a-root server would soon have the
What is amazing from the article, however, is the
lack of awareness of the provisions of the ICANN-
DOC-NSI agreements by either the parties signing
them or the press.
"The Department of Commerce has no plans to
transfer to any entity its policy authority
to direct the authoritative root server. "