A new report claims that the US government has the right to seize any .com domain name, even those hosted and owned by overseas companies, due to the domains being managed by the US-based VeriSign.
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VeriSign Inc. said on Monday it would maintain control of the lucrative ".com" Internet domain until 2012 in return for dropping an antitrust lawsuit against the nonprofit body that oversees the Internet's addressing system. ...
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