(OT) UN declares Internet access a "human right"
Bryan at bryanfields.net
Mon Jun 6 00:11:21 UTC 2011
On 6/5/2011 19:39, Gadi Evron wrote:
> The title is misleading, as this is more about "denying" access. But
> this is still quite interesting. I don't think this has *any*
> operational implications, but every operator to see this was immediately
> worried. I figure it warrants a discussion.
This is the same organization that says there is no basic human right to keep
and bear arms. They have no standing to lecture us about human rights, as
their body largely consists of mass murderers and thieves.
Not that I don't agree it's criminal for a tyrant to disconnect their country
from the Internet, but they are tyrants after all.
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