Proposal to let U.N. agency run the Internet is dropped

12/11/2012 | CNET

A proposal to have the International Telecommunication Union, an agency of the U.N., exercise more control over the infrastructure of the Internet was abandoned at a telecommunications treaty conference after running into strong opposition from the U.S., Canada and other nations, Steven Musil reports. The proposal was put forward by China, Russia, Saudi Arabia and other countries.

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