United States, Canada, and UK Refuse to Sign New United Nations Internet Treaty
Delegates from 193 countries gathered in Dubai to revise a United Nations treaty controlling global telecom codes that hasn't been updated since 1988, well before the modern age of the Internet. That sounds incredibly dull and uninteresting, but the implications of the treaty could have a deep impact on the way the Internet is managed around the world. When a final version of the treaty was presented, the delegates from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and other nations refused to sign it. So what did they find so objectionable?Read on...