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Four States Sue to Stop Obama Administration’s Internet 'Giveaway'

Attorneys general from four U.S. states have filed a lawsuit to stop the Obama administration from handing over control of the internet to an international governing body. The White House had planned to officially hand the reins of the internet address system over to a group of international stakeholders on October 1, but the states’ fears the move could be unconstitutional threatens to block one of Obama’s top tech initiatives. The attorneys general for Arizona, Oklahoma, Nevada and...

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