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A risky Internet name game

March 24, 2014

But trouble can easily follow. Censorship-minded Russia and China might seek ways to bar name assignments to opposition groups. These same countries played a role last year in attempting to put the United Nations in overall charge, an idea that fortunately went nowhere.

 


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