Thursday, September 29, 2016

State AGs sue to stop Obama's internet transition

Via Billy

Four Republican state attorneys general are suing to stop the Obama administration from transferring oversight of the internet to an international body, arguing the transition would violate the U.S. Constitution.

The lawsuit — filed Wednesday in a Texas federal court — threatens to throw up a new roadblock to one of the White House’s top tech priorities, just days before the scheduled Oct. 1 transfer of the internet’s address system is set to take place.



  1. How INSANE is it to transfer this responsibility to another country and expect only good things to happen. The inventer should be the ones with control - period !

  2. Charter was down in my area earlier today when I went to crank
    it up. So I called Charter and mentioned the terrorist UN
    attempts to take-over the internet. The guy on the phone
    said "no, that's not going to happen." I believe a lot of
    this crap is inflammatory rubbish.

  3. Some elected people need to do as the people have demanded.

    This is a start.
    I hope that the court grants a stay of the transfer.