The Internet is designed as a highly distributed system, with very few single points of control or failure. The computers that interconnect all the networks world-wide are consequently very numerous and widely distributed globally. They are also owned and controlled by many distinct organizations and individuals. However, certain Internet functions are centralized due to necessity of unique assignments of names, addresses and protocols. These are the functions that are under auspices of Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) itself. In the recent ICANN meetings in Marina del Rey a wide range of potential problems and issues where discussed; a detailed analysis of the outcome will be prepared by ICANN staff and other participants. This chapter presents points that were addressed in particular and ICANN can be expected to focus on these matters.