US House of Representatives voted, as the Senate did before, unanimously to veto Russia's proposal that the Internet should be controlled, i.e. censored by "united nations" bureaucrats, especially by Russian thugs, crooks, thieves, spies and terrorists acting as "diplomats" there.
Thus, the House reaffirmed US intentions to "keep the Internet away from the global government control".
Senator Greg Walden from Oregon said: "The 193 member countries of the United Nations are gathered to consider whether to apply to the Internet a regulatory regime that the International Telecommunications Union created in the 1980s for old-fashioned telephone service... It must be strongly opposed by our delegation".
The relevant bill was proposed by Senators Claire McCaskill and Marco Rubio. America is not the only country opposing to the "united nations" proposal. All 27 EU countries have also supported the position of the States. However cyber-terrorist Russia screams about "it is time for change".
The vote on the issue will be held in Dubai soon. Some hope that the US position will prevent the change to be implemented. In any case, even if the changes go into effect, the EU and the US will not cooperate and introduce them on their own territories. However, the initiative of the Russian neocommunist Inquisition can be used by other countries to suppress freedom of expression and any kind of opposition.
Department of Monitoring