U.S. Says No Changes Needed on Internet Oversight

The best solution to improving oversight of the Internet may be to do nothing at all, a senior U.S. official said while briefing reporters on a conference in December that could decide to consolidate control within a U.N. body. The International Telecommunication Union, the U.N. body convening the conference, has said there is broad consensus that the treaty governing the way international voice, data and video traffic is handled needs to be updated after 24 years.