WWW NWO? Russia calls for internet revolution

Posted on May 28, 2012


UN internet takeover initiated by Putin

­Last June, then-PM Vladimir Putin met ITU Secretary-General Hamadoun I. Touré. The

International Telecommunication Union

two discussed global access to the benefits of information and communication technologies (ICT). Vladimir Putin announced his support for an internet takeover by the United Nations and backed the International Telecommunication Union.

Recalling that the ITU is one of the oldest international organizations (an extension of the International Telegraph Union established in 1865), Putin said that “Russia was one of its co-founders and intends to be an active member”.

Among many issues on the global agenda that require international cooperation, Putin stressed the importance of the internet in particular.

That was the beginning. Three months later, in September 2011 China, Russia and several other countries submitted to the UN a Document of International Code of Conduct for Information Security.

Drafted as a formal document of the 66th session of the General Assembly, the paper called on UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to distribute the document among all UN member states for further discussions within the framework of the United Nations.

This initiative could guarantee a “multilateral, transparent and democratic international management of the internet”, the paper said.


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