The Obama administration is about to move one, big step closer towards its goal of an America controlled by the United Nations.
That move, of course, is the transfer of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers from US control to a different, non-American body. It is unknown which organization or agency will gain control of the ICANN when it changes hands on October 1st, but it is widely believed to be the United Nations International Telecommunications Union.
What's the harm in allowing the UN to administer ICANN instead of the US you ask? In addition to undermining the sovereignty of the nation, it also opens the door to foreign dictators taking advantage of it to censor the web not just in their own countries but around the world as well.
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