The Obama Administration is giving up American control over the Internet, handing over its most important technical functions to a “multinational” body – perhaps even the U.N.
But do we want Russia or China influencing whether we can create websites?
Do we want the U.N. controlling key aspects of the world’s most powerful mode of communication – our free speech?
America has kept the Internet free. Don’t let our nation sign over our freedom to dictators.
Dear President Obama and Members of Congress,
America has kept the Internet free for decades. There is no reason to trust that dictators from Russia and China will protect our freedoms. Maintain American control and protect our online liberty.
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