This story about the Bush Administration’s objection to ICANN’s establishment of a .xxx domain will only add fuel to the simmering debate that the non-profit IP address corporation is overly U.S.-centric, and should thus cede its control over the Internet to the United Nations.

Given all the U.N’s woes these days, this is as likely to happen as Donald Trump being granted naming rights to its soon-to-be re-built headquarters.