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Submitted by AgentWhite 930d ago | news

U.S. Refuses To Sign Treaty On Net Regulation; Fears Legally-Binding Rules In Future

Forbes : The United States has said it will refuse to sign an updated communications treaty set to be ratified by the United Nations, because it veers too far into agreements to regulate the Internet. (Culture, Industry, Internet, Services, Web)

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