On Oct. 1, 2016, President Obama will give away control of the Internet to a multi-national body, despite Congress having passed laws forbidding him to do so. Conservative lawyer and activist Phyllis Schlafly blasted the Obama’s complete disregard for the legislative process, saying it: “… could be the most dangerous use yet of Obama’s now-famous pen.”
Last-ditch push-back over Obama’s Internet giveaway
“If enacted legislation is no longer considered binding, a fundamental check on executive power will have been lost. Legislators also have a solemn responsibility to future generations to ensure that the future of the Internet is not placed at risk by prematurely ending U.S. oversight. We urge you to act promptly.”
Do we want U.N. to control Internet?
Phyllis Schlafly likens Obama’s ‘multi-stakeholder’ idea to giving away Panama Canal
— Jana Murray (@janamurray) October 1, 2016
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