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U.S. refuses to back U.N. treaty, saying it endorses restricting the Internet

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“The United States has announced today that it cannot sign” the treaty’s provisions “in their current form,” said Terry Kramer, the U.S. ambassador to the World Conference on International Telecommunications, on Thursday as the 12-day conference draws to a close this week. Representatives of several other of the world’s largest economies also spoke out against the treaty, causing it to collapse for all practical purposes. read more

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