US rejects changes to net control

Friday, 30 September 2005, 6:59 PM EST

The US has rejected calls by European Union (EU) officials to give control of the net over to a more representative United Nations (UN) body.

Wrangling over who should essentially be the net police, managing domain names and net traffic routing fairly, has been going on for some time.

At the BBC.

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