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Photo: Summit in Tunisia

Representatives from international governments meet in Tunisia this week to discuss the future of the Internet administration.
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Photo: Net on table in Tunisia

Michael Gallagher, assistant secretary of the U.S. Commerce Department (left); U.S. Ambassador David Gross (second from left); and William Hudson, U.S. ambassador to Tunisia prepare to announce a United Nations agreement on Internet governance on Nov. 16, 2005, at the World Summit on the Information Society in Tunis, Tunisia. Under the agreement, the United States will retain control of the domain name system that guides traffic around the Internet.

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