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Stop UN control of the Web - December 2nd, 2012, 09:08 AM

[Stop UN control of the Web by Dick Morris 27 Nov 12] "Next week, the United Nations’ attempt to take over the Internet will move into high gear when the International Telecommunications Union meets in Dubai with representatives from 193 countries to craft a new governing structure for the Internet. The meetings are expected to last two weeks. If you haven’t heard about this issue, there’s a reason. The negotiators have kept the tightest possible lid on their discussions to prevent word of the regulatory proposals from leaking out. Indeed, the negotiations were totally secret until two George Mason University researchers, Jerry Brito and Eli Dourado, created a website called WCITLeaks.org and invited anyone with access to documents outlining the U.N. proposals to post them online. On June 12, 2012, an anonymous leaker posted a 212-page memo detailing the status of the negotiations and the proposed terms of the treaty. This information has not been officially or authoritatively available, despite the fact that the conference convenes next week. But the first reports are horrific. Vinton Cerf, one of the founders of the Web and currently a vice president of Google, warns that “the open Internet has never been at higher risk than it is now.” He adds, “If all of us do not pay attention to what’s going on, users worldwide will be at risk of losing the open and free Internet.” The very concept of U.N. control of the Web is horrible. The U.N. is corrupt and biased in favor of authoritarian regimes. But this particular regulatory proposal is even worse. It takes the leading force for democracy in the world today — the Internet — and could transform it into an instrument for propaganda and oppression. Its most obnoxious feature would let countries censor websites that originate within their borders and force Internet users to pay a high fee for accessing foreign sites. If adopted, this provision would erect a wall of user fees, keeping people from viewing foreign sites and leaving Chinese and Russian users only a government-censored product to read..." Full text: Stop UN control of the Web






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December 2nd, 2012, 08:34 PM

A few years ago, we had the same people tell us the sky was falling because the UN was going to enforce a "New Information Order."

So, until chunks of the sky start hitting the pavement, I'm going to remain skeptical. Why? Because it's contrary to the interests of nations to do it. China doesn't allow internet access because they like internet neutrality. They do it, because it would be prohibitively costly to not allow it.

This rumor is being floated by the same guys who claim that Snopes.com is a fraud. In fact, to their horror, they discovered:

Then it has been learned the Mikkelson's are jewish
http://www.fourwinds10.net/siterun_d...p?q=1227232155


Yeah, that place.

So if authoritarian states limit the internet, they cut their own throats. What they really would like is for the free nations to go along with them. But that's why the "New Information Order" crashed and burned. They made rules about what kind of information could be published, but free nations just ignored them.





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