At a weekend meeting sponsored by the Clinton Global Initiative, the former president talked in detail about why the U.S. should retain oversight over Internet domain names and addresses.
Noting that Edward Snowden's revelations of National Security Agency data collections have given "new energy" to the belief that the U.S. should not even be in "nominal control of domain names," Clinton argued that the U.S. has still done a pretty good job of keeping the Internet open and free.
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