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The Revised Cybersecurity Act 2012.

July 20, 2012


By Barack Obama “Taking the Cyberattack Threat Seriously” In a future conflict, an adversary unable to match our military supremacy on the battlefield might seek to exploit our computer vulnerabilities here at home. “Last month I convened an emergency meeting of my cabinet and top homeland security, intelligence and defense officials. Across the country trains […]

The UN wants to run the INTERNET stated on @Wall Street Journal

July 19, 2012


The U.N. Wants to Run the Internet Authoritarian regimes want to prohibit anonymity on the Web, making it easier to find and arrest dissidents By: Crovitz @  The U.N. Wants to Run the Internet – May 6th  2012 – Here’s a wake-up call for the world’s two billion Web users, who take for granted […]

update: WCIT conference in case of Internet & ITU as stated by: access now

July 15, 2012


ITU Governing Council to post some planning materials, rejects full open access 2:27pm | 11 July 2012, At its meeting today the ITU Governing Council rejected Secretary General Toure’s recommendation to open up access to all WCIT planning documents to the public and to create a consultation process that would give all stakeholders an opportunity […]