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Topic - Lawrence Strickling
On March 14, the Obama administration announced it was initiating a process to transfer oversight of the Internet from the United States to some yet-to-be-defined global entity.
The U.S. still faces a significant gap in residential broadband use that breaks down along incomes, education levels and other socio-economic factors, even as subscriptions among American households overall grew sevenfold from 2001 to 2009.
Lawrence Strickling, Commerce's assistant secretary for communications, said the department has also drawn a red line in accepting any new overseer that might lead to government crackdown on Internet freedoms.