Not good for .amazon, not good for the world, says US Congress

.Amazon vs ICANN
.Amazon vs ICANN

“As the plans for the IANA transition develop, it is critical that ICANN’s rules and policies not be subverted by government interference”,  said 11 members of Congress who sent another letter to ICANN leaders in which they too complained that the decision to reject Amazon’s application was “without any legal basis.”

Members of Congress are holding hostage a planned transfer of Internet domain oversight as it pressures the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to reverse its previous decision denying Amazon.com Inc. permission to use the .amazon top-level domain. Read original post on Corp counsel

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