Is the UN trying to regulate the internet in Thailand or is the Bangkok Post gullible?

New UN internet laws looming – Bangkok Post, October 9, 2012
…The new draft stipulates involvement is mandatory and not voluntary as it is now, possibly forcing amendments to laws and regulations in individual countries.
“Any country disagreeing with this treaty could face sanctions or even have their internet blocked,” said Ms Duangthip.
…”The key question is: will users accept having to pay every time they click on the internet?” said Adirake Patitus, president of the Association of the Thai ICT Industry…

Myth vs. Fact: The UN’s International Telecommunication Union

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One Response to Is the UN trying to regulate the internet in Thailand or is the Bangkok Post gullible?

  1. Wiz says:

    Thai Nettizens outraged after learning that ITU is going to impose the new regulation to collect the fee from every page Nettizens have opened … according to the new Internet Telecommunication Regulation (ITR) .. the ONLY Hope is the strong opposition from at least 1 of 4 out of 180 countries who sign the treaty with ITU ….
    http://www.dailynews.co.th/technology/159461

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