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US Gov’t. Ending Its Hands-Off-the-Internet Stance

February 28th, 2010 02:17 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Taco Cowboy writes in with a report from The Register about a US policy shift away from keeping hands off the Internet. “According to Assistant Secretary Larry Strickling, Obama’s top official at the Department of Commerce, the US government’s policy of leaving the Internet alone is over. Instead, an ‘Internet Policy 3.0′ approach will see policy discussions between government agencies, foreign governments, and key Internet constituencies, with those discussions covering issues such as privacy, child protection, cybersecurity, copyright protection, and Internet governance.” Here is the presentation in which Strickling enunciated these changes.

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