ICANN CEO Promises 'No Rush' on Ending U.S. Role

Officials from the U.S. government and the private non-profit group that manages the Internet's "address book" promised to not rush a Commerce Department plan to relinquish oversight over Internet infrastructure management. The United States said in March it would give up a direct oversight role, which it says has long been symbolic, over the work of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, or ICANN.