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"There is still no consolidated opinion about new control mechanism of global Internet governance"

Michael Yakushev

The key strategic issue was, of course, the discussion of the so-called “IANA stewardship transition”, which was initiated by the US government last year (in fact, it claimed its desire to transfer these functions to a new “multistakeholder mechanism”). This problem has an acutely controversial nature - in fact, everyone agrees that globalization of the Internet requires the globalization of its governance, but there are various, including polar, opinions about this new mechanism of control.

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