Seems there is going to be an international summit where people from
different nations are going to be discussing ways to regulate the Internet.
There's one comment in this article that I love:
"Most of this proposal is grossly impractical, especially where
they talk about national filtering standards," says Solveig Singleton,
a telecommunications lawyer at the free-market Cato Institute.
"It's a sign that there are a lot of people out there who are
determined to protect the status quo at all costs and are not
adapting to the new world."
This should be an interesting summit to watch as it's happening.