Good news for all of us.
11.12.2012 China, Russia and other countries in which there are frequent cases of restriction of freedom of speech, at the World Conference on Telecommunications refused to put forward their proposals, which would give them greater control over the Internet.
At the disposal of the publication document from the conference shows that several countries, including the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, would like to have more control over the laws and infrastructure of the Internet. The representative of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has confirmed the publication that "these proposals are withdrawn from consideration." It is not clear why the country is making these proposals on Friday, and now they are rejected. According to the source from the conference, MTS claims that these statements are officially no one filed.
The conference, taking place in Dubai, aims to revise the rules of the Internet governance across the globe. Many are angry that put forward proposals — which are still about 900 — are only entitled to the government, and not-for-profit organizations or other groups who are less interested in gaining control over the World Wide Web.
Many countries have declared that they want to control the distribution and management of IP-addresses. On the day segodnyashy American organization called the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is responsible for the bulk of the organization and management of the Internet, including the Domain Name System (DNS) — the technical name for a Web address.
Although it seems that the countries that use propaganda and censorship, have decided to abandon their plans and start over, we can confidently say that in the future they are trying to take control of their citizens access to information, both public and private.