- The Commerce Department plans to give up oversight of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers (ICANN), the organization that manages Web names and address, when a contract expires between the government and ICANN in September 2015.
- The decision comes amid increasing suspicion about the U.S. amid the uproar caused by NSA spying revelations.
- ICANN plans to open up discussions later this month about a new oversight structure.
U.S. to relinquish control of Web-domain manager
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