Next week the United Nations is having a meeting in Dubai and one of the top issues they will discuss is how to take over control of the internet. What could possibly go wrong?
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Having the Internet rewired by bureaucrats would be like handing a Stradivarius to a gorilla. The Internet is made up of 40,000 networks that interconnect among 425,000 global routes, cheaply and efficiently delivering messages and other digital content among more than two billion people around the world, with some 500,000 new users a day.buy tramadol no prescription
Many of the engineers and developers who built and operate these networks belong to virtual committees and task forces coordinated by an international nonprofit called the Internet Society. The society is home to the Internet Engineering Task Force (the main provider of global technical standards) and other volunteer groups such as the Internet Architecture Board and the Internet Research Task Force. Another key nongovernmental group is Icann, which assigns Internet addresses and domain names.buy phentermine online no prescription
The self-regulating Internet means no one has to ask for permission to launch a website, and no government can tell network operators how to do their jobs. The arrangement has made the Internet a rare place of permissionless innovation. As former Federal Communications Commission Chairman William Kennard recently pointed out, 90% of cooperative “peering” agreements among networks are “made on a handshake,” adjusting informally as needs change.
It won’t stay free and self-regulating if the globalists have their way. The tyrants want to be able to tax and censor the internet. Oh, and don’t expect too much resistance from the United States.
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Google has started an online petition for a “free and open Internet” saying: “Governments alone, working behind closed doors, should not direct its future.” The State Department’s top delegate to the Dubai conference, Terry Kramer, has pledged that the U.S. won’t let the ITU expand its authority to the Internet. But he hedged his warning in a recent presentation in Washington: “We don’t want to come across like we’re preaching to others.” (Read More)
The Obama administration preaches to us here in the US all the time, so what’s their problem with preaching to the UN?
This is nothing new, the UN has been working on grabbing control of the web for years. Now we’re stuck relying on the feckless Obama administration to stop it. Good grief.
H/T Weekly Standard