Jamie Kelso, Feb. 15, 2010

February 15, 2010

Jamie talks about ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers. Sounds boring, doesn’t it! But no such thing, the whole Internet and Web structure of addresses and links that is at the white-hot core of our patriot resistance utterly depends on the survival of what ICANN does: protecting unique web addresses for each of our websites and every post or image any of us has ever put up on the Web. Without an ICANN upholding open access to the web, our revolutionary ability to communicate to every computer on Earth is gone. In other words without a freedom-oriented ICANN, we CAN’T. We’ve got a fight on our hands to preserve the open Web that Tim Berners-Lee invented on the open Internet that DARPA created.

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