Stop the Clamp Down on the Internet

The Internet as we know it is at risk.

The International Telecommunications Union (or ITU), a United Nations agency, is considering new rules that could clamp down on the fundamental freedoms of citizens online. These proposed regulatory changes are being put forward by a group of giant internet corporations and countries including China, Egypt and Saudi Arabia—countries that already impose heavy restrictions on internet freedoms.

Under their proposals, governments and companies all over the world would be able to restrict internet access and monitor what we do online.

Sign the petition now.

via Stop the Clamp Down on the Internet.

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