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Lawmakers worry about losing Internet influence in new deal
By Kim Hart – 09/30/09 06:15 AM ET
The U.S. will lose influence over the Internet due to a new agreement expected to take effect Wednesday.
The deal, which appears to give foreign governments more say in how the global network is run, has come under criticism from lobbyists [...]