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Internet shift deserves 'rigorous scrutiny,' says Republican member of FCC

March 18, 2014

Late last week, the Commerce Department's National Telecommunications and Information Administration announced it would begin a process to transition out of its oversight role of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, which manages the technical side of the Web address system.

 

 

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