The U.S. administration is pushing for the power to veto a domain name, in the next expansion of the internet.
Till now the power to approve suffixes like .net, .org etc rested with a non-profit international organization, called Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).
From next month onwards, several additions are expected like .car, .movie, but the U.S. administration is seeking more say in granting these names.
ICANN had the final authority
Till now according to ICANN policy, gTLD applications were rejected only if it violated the, “generally accepted legal norms of morality and public order that are recognized under principles of international law.”