All this week, EFF is at the annual general meeting of ICANN, the global multi-stakeholder regulatory authority for Internet domain names and IP addresses. Our focus during this meeting is on speaking out against the increasing use of the domain name system as a mechanism for content censorship. During two presentations on Tuesday, we presented this in the form of a short and simple message to ICANN, to the registries who operate its top-level domains, and the registrars who offer domains to the public: don’t pick up the censor’s pen.
Back in August, you may recall that domain name registrars …read more
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