Cruz touts bill as 'last chance' to delay internet domain handoff
June 2, 2016
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is circulating a new bill that would prevent the government from handing off oversight of the internet domain name system without approval from Congress.
Cruz began circulating the legislation last week to colleagues with background information that called it "our last chance to save internet freedom." The legislation, a copy of which was obtained by The Hill, is titled the Protecting Internet Freedom Act.
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