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Topic - Steve Delbianco
"The government of Turkey can block access to all of YouTube within its borders if it's unhappy with one or two videos," said Steve DelBianco, executive director at NetChoice, a trade association of e-commerce businesses. "Turkey's going to do that, no matter who's in charge of ICANN."
Steve DelBianco, executive director of NetChoice, an advocacy group that is opposed to the Internet sales tax, says states will provide the software for free, but that doesn't necessarily mean all associated costs will be covered.