UN MEETING TO SEEK CONTROL OF INTERNET

The UN will meet for two weeks in Dubai to figure out how to control the internet.  Authoritarian governments are using the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) to try to impose a fee on internet companies in order to block U.S. websites.  China, Russia, Iran and Arab countries are using this ethod to take over the rules and workings of the internet.  If successful, companies such as Google and Facebook would effectively be taxed by the UN.  Check archives of “Live Well with Cantwell” 11-27-12 show at www.wgch.com for discussion on topic. Check out following articles:    Crovitz: The U.N.’s Internet Sneak Attack – WSJ.com   U.N. to Seek Control of the Internet – Daniel Halper – Weekly Standard – November 26, 2012   http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/un-seek-control-internet_664018.html

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