Civil Society to ITU – Internet too Important for Private Property Protections

by Mike Wendy on July 3, 2012

As 190-plus countries move to the ITU negotiation’s this December, global civil society has just laid out its game plan for the new ITR – YOUR PROPERTY MUST BE THEIRS.

Check out their new effort: Internet Expropriation, er, Declaration of Rights

So much for the multi-stakeholder approach, eh, Gigi?  So long to private property if it has anything to do with the Internet’s core infrastructure or content creation.  Hello to Net Neutrality, or worse.

If you are a content creator on the Internet, or you take risk to build the Internet’s core, civil society now seeks your indentured servitude.

How civil is that?

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