Realistically speaking, were the GIC to become a reality, countries like Cuba, China and Iran, which already heavily regulate and censor their population's Internet access, would be in charge of regulating the flow of information on the WWW to all countries.
And it is Cuba, China, Iran and other information-repressive nations that have been pressing hardest for the U.S. and ICANN to relinquish control of domain name administration.
danyet wrote:So what are you saying is BS exactly? It seems self explanitory that the UN has the WWW on its' agenda and that is all the article really is saying.
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