Yes, if only to show that someone is paying attention and that abuses of the power inherent in low-level control of the internet will be noticed and reported. They've done fine so far, but given the US abuses in other activities I think that it bears watching. Somthing that I don't think has been made clear is that the US feels that it does own the internet and it contracting with iCANN to operate it. Regardless of who gets the contract, as long as the US feels that it owns the net I have a problem with it. Keep ICANN, dump the US.