Internet Hangs in Balance as World Governments Meet in SecretWired
Dec. 04, 2012
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The biggest fear — that the session will lead to net censorship — has already come to pass.
“Member States already have the right, as stated in Article 34 of the Constitution of ITU, to block any private telecommunications that appear ‘dangerous to the security of the State or contrary to its laws, to public order or to decency.’