Bill Clinton Isn’t Down With Obama Giving Control of the Internet to Foreigners
He’s not alone:
“Whatever you think our country has done wrong, the United States has been by far the country most committed to keeping the Internet free and open and uninterrupted,” Clinton said at Arizona State University.
The former president expressed concern over the United States’ recent announcement that the Internet domain system, currently controlled an agency of the Department of Commerce, will soon be ceded to an international agency that will be assembled after negotiations.
Added Clinton, “We’ve kept the Internet free and open, and that’s a great tribute to the United States.”
Maybe that’s why Obama’s doing it? : It’s a tribute to the United States.
After all, he’s all about taking us down a notch or two.
Hat Tip: : Pat Dollard
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