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Crawford on the Status of DNS

One of the main sticking points in the FCC debate over reclassifying Internet service is likely to be whether DNS service makes carriers’ entire offering into a unified information service instead of a telecommunications service, as the FCC found in 2002.  Our comments argue that it should not, because of an exception for the “management, control, or operation” of a telecommunications service.

CDT Fellow Susan Crawford has written a short overview of the arguments here.