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Madison, Wis.Despots hate the Internet. Its one thing for a dictator to control a relative handful of television stations and newspaper plants, but its quite another for a totalitarian regime to block information that may be easily called up on a wireless laptop.

Perhaps that explains why some global web-o-crats are forever working to wrest maintenanc......

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That attitude was reflected in the post-summit remarks of Paul Twomey, ICANNs president and CEO, w......

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The Internet allows people to communicate and collaborate across borders and belief systems.
The Internet unites families and cultures in diaspora; it connects people, helping them to form civil societies.
The Internet can foster economic development by connecting people to information and markets.
The Internet introduces ne......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 11/30/05


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