The United States is giving control of the Internet to the world next year. At least, that's how the folks at ICANN are framing it. ICANN is the organization that determines how the Internet is organized. It was created by the United States back in 1998 and is now set to turn over leadership to an international body. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Fadi Chehade, the CEO of ICANN.
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