A USA-free Internet is what the world needs since Americans can't stand up to their own government.
yes they can, and they do: http://freestateproject.org/
"Many of these are low-priced promotional names that have now come up for renewal at a higher price," Pat Kane, vice president of naming services at VeriSign, told InternetNews.com. "The
.cn registration decline was also based on the CNNIC (China Internet Network Information Center) registry's implementation of the real names directive from the Chinese government primarily around verifiable 'whois' data."
Dynamically binding, you realize the magic. Statically binding, you see only the hierarchy.