Leaders from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), ICANN, the Internet Architecture Board, and other organizations made it clear that the U.S.’s policies and practices in surveillance are harmful to an open web.
Guest Post The Internet will undergo some major changes this summer, and business groups will voice some serious concerns over brand protection. Brands need to start planning now if they haven’t already.
The House unanimously passed a Senate resolution calling on the U.S. government to oppose UN control of the Internet.
Microsoft wants .docs, .windows, and .xbox. Amazon — and 12 other applicants — wants .app. Seven different companies want .love.
ICANN, a nonprofit overseeing IP address spaces, voted Monday to approve extending the number of available top-level domain extensions, or TLDs. No longer will companies and organizations be restricted to the 22 existing extensions like .com, .edu, .org.