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The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority or IANA, controls the assignment of IPv4 and IPv6 addresses to regional authorities. IANA is based in the United States of America and is controlled by ICANN however this relationship has frequently come under pressure from political and technological factions, the latter in the form of an increasing shortage of IPv4 addresses and (relatively) slow uptake of the successor, IPv6.

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