Decentralized Domain Summit: Policy Approaches to Web3 Addressing

June 13


Tim Lordan

Over 25 years ago policymakers established parameters for Internet addressing to protect innovators and to avoid collisions. Since then domain name protocols have been at the heart of major policy battles on censorship, copyright, privacy, cybersecurity, and Internet governance. How will these new decentralized addressing protocols handle these inevitable policy challenges? Does ICANN have a role? Will the federal government issue a new DWeb addressing green paper?

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