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Venezuelan Gov’t Seeks Internet Content Bill

December 11th, 2010 12:50 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Ah, none is more coward! writes “Several local and international news outlets report that the overwhelmingly pro-Chávez Venezuelan National Assembly is considering a reform of their Social Responsibility law to include Internet content. Besides regulations on mature content and mandatory airing of government messages, the existing bill includes broad prohibitions against ‘destabilizing’ and ‘disquieting’ content. The Assembly also has a proposal for a single national Internet access point, ‘with a view to handling outgoing and incoming traffic in Venezuela.’”

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