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Stop UN Control of the Internet

The United Nations is pushing to take control of the Internet – with the power to shut down international Internet communications if dictators demand it.

The Internet is an innovation of the United States and has been managed by a U.S. agency. We are fighting to make sure that America continues to manage the Internet; and more importantly, preserve free speech and the free flow of information the Internet provides. Sign our urgent petition today.

Petition to Reject UN Control of the Internet

To: The United Nations

Dictators cannot be the arbiters of the free exchange of information over the Internet. The proposal by Russia, China, Saudi Arabia, and Sudan – some of whom have turned off the Internet to stop free speech – must be rejected.

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