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Did Obama 'just give away the internet'?

Over fierce objections from Ted Cruz and others, President Obama pushed ahead with a plan to set the internet free from US control.

Fri, 07 Oct 2016

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A fierce battle for control of the internet has just wrapped up.

It ended happily on October 1 but how it happened is intriguing.

Popular wisdom is that no-one controls the internet.

But in fact, core logistical functions fall under the control of an organisation

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