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US Refuses To Sign ITU Treaty Over Internet Provisions 154

Posted by samzenpus
from the not-a-chance dept.
An anonymous reader writes "The United States said today that it will not sign an international telecommunications treaty thanks to the inclusion of Internet-related provisions. According to the BBC, the U.K. and Canada have also pledged not to sign the treaty in its current form, while delegates from Denmark, the Czech Republic, Sweden, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Costa Rica, and Kenya also have reservations."
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US Refuses To Sign ITU Treaty Over Internet Provisions

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  • Re:Treaties (Score:0, Funny)

    by Anonymous Coward on Friday December 14, 2012 @09:45AM (#42286129)

    Yup, this seems to be girlintraining's typical mode. She makes some wildy idiotic statement and if she gets modded down, she gets all indignant. She seems to get off on how many +5 posts she can get, which is quite a few when you understand the mentality of the Slashdot groupthink.

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