The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the non-profit organisation expected to run the Internet domain name system after this year, has elected the team that will lead the transition.
Policy consultant Michael Roberts will serve as interim president and chief executive, and Internet expert Esther Dyson will be interim chair of the board.
The executive committee will include members from France, Japan, Spain, the Netherlands and Australia, with more to be elected.
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