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Obama Administration Internet Control Plan Prompts Censorship Concerns

March 17, 2014

The Obama administration will soon relinquish United States’ control of the back end of the Internet. Some are now very concerned that censorship and free speech issues will evolve as countries like Russia and China garner a portion of the international overseer role of the World Wide Web. Since the US Military (not Al Gore) created the Internet, domain name acquisition and other open access policies has been under the guidance of America.


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