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[liberationtech] New CCIA policy doc: "Global Free Flow of Information on the Internet"

Marcus Vinicius Brandão Soares mvbsoares at gmail.com
Tue Dec 7 11:15:43 PST 2010


"If the United States cannot
maintain a free and open Internet, it is unlikely for other nations will do
so."

If the US cannot maintain a free and open Internet, it is likely that other
nations - a community of nations - can rise and maintain another one so.

Closedness --> brain drain --> new economy rises -> new communities of
nations rise

->>>>many eyeballs tame complexity
Eric Raymond

Best regards,

"Don´tt be sad with what you don´t have;
Be glad with what you have"
Jurema

-- 
Marcus Vinicius
http://doutorlinux.com
--

2010/12/7 Chris Palmer <chris at eff.org>

> > If the United States cannot
> > maintain a free and open Internet, it is unlikely for other nations will
> do so."
>
> Closedness --> brain drain --> new economy rises
>
> If another nation realizes this, they may create favorable conditions
> for a brain drain in their direction. There's a model for how successful
> it can be: the US!
>
>
> --
> Chris Palmer
> Technology Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation
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