I received this and wanted to pass it on. (Shared with permission) we really need to realize what is happening. It’s time to wake up. This reality!
For Your immediate analysis and consideration:
Earlier today, the Attorney Generals in the States of Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma, and Nevada filed an emergency action in Federal Court petitioning the delay of the Obama administration’s proposed release of the Internet agency solely responsible for Internet Assigned Numbers and Addresses in the United States of America to an international authority overseen by the United Nations. Obama’s plan would consign the critical function of governance of the Internet to the international community coordinated by the United Nations, thereby rendering the Internet vulnerable to censorship by unknown foreign powers regardless of whatever rules and policies are in effect. This action would have a direct ability to “effectively enable or prohibit (free) speech on the Internet.”
Quoting from the emergency petition, “ICANN has a documented history of ignoring or operating outside of its governing bylaws. In addition, even under NTIA’s (National Telecommunications and Information Administration) oversight, ICANN’s current practices often foster a lack of transparency that, in turn, allows illegal activity to occur.”
The emergency petition filed under this date is a most serious and critical attempt to STOP the American Internet from being collapsed into the global community, and away from the oversight and general maintenance so respected and enjoyed all these years. The plan to transfer the Internet into global hands is a potential National Security threat as well.
Lyle J. Rapacki,Ph.D.
LYLE J. RAPACKI, Ph.D.
Protective Intelligence and Assessment Specialist
Consultant at Behavioral Analysis and Threat Assessment
Private-Sector Intelligence Analyst
U.S. Border Intelligence Group
Association For Intelligence Officers
Association of Threat Assessment Professionals – Arizona ATAP
International Association Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts