The Internet spans national boundaries. Its protocols can be used to facilitate the free flow of information and communications or, in some cases, to restrict such flows. CDT has participated actively in discussions about how best to constitute and constrain the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, a body that coordinates domain name and addressing policy. We have attended the Internet Governance Forum, a global group that discusses how to enhance access to the Internet and whether and how to "govern" online interactions. We monitor the terms of service established by online sites and service providers to regulate user activities. We will continue to explore the possibility of developing new online institutions to enable orderly and innovative social interactions online.