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Duke law journal
The Internet relies on an underlying centralized hierarchy built into the domain name system (DNS) to control the routing for the vast majority of Internet traffic. At its heart is a single data file, known as the "root." Control of the root provides singular power in cyberspace. This Article first describes how the United States government found itself in control of the root. It then describes how, in an attemptdoi:10.2307/1373113 fatcat:vv6lrjv5izbolfkdd3bg7xx7rq