UN declares Internet access a "human right"
jerome at ceriz.fr
Tue Jun 7 00:36:05 UTC 2011
2011/6/7 Jorge Amodio <jmamodio at gmail.com>:
> Looks like the UN does not have anything more interesting or important
> to do, or how to waste time and money.
> What happened with the other rights? yada yada and a signature in a
> paper does not mean much.
Consider two alternatives :
- Finance guns, soldier training, refugee camps, humanitarian ground
help and political meetings and treaties to make a revolution happens
in a (more or less controled) bloodshed
- Take a strong position to preserve freedom of speech and wider use
of the Internet as a mean to let the people self-organize in a
political process, thus avoiding violent revolutions
What do you think is best ?
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