US Politicians Raise Fears Of UN Internet Regulation

Posted in: Governance at 28/03/2012 18:15

Will the United Nations try to regulate the Internet?

At least two members of Congress think that's a possibility.

Reps. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, and Jim Langevin, D-R.I., introduced a resolution on Tuesday that would urge the United States representative to the U.N. to oppose any plan that could lead to international regulation of the Internet.

"Any action taken by the United Nations to attempt to limit Americans' right to free and open Internet content is unacceptable," McCaul said in a statement.

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