"...[...] The Task Force recommends that the United States develop a digital policy framework based on four pillars. First, it calls on the U.S. government to share leadership with like-minded actors, including governments, private companies, and NGOs, to develop a global security framework based on a common set of principles and practices. Next, the Task Force recommends that all future trade agreements between the United States and its trading partners contain a goal of fostering the free ﬂow of information and data across national borders while protecting intellectual property and individual privacy. Third, the Task Force urges the U.S. government to deﬁne and actively promote a vision of Internet governance that involves emerging Internet powers and expands and strengthens governance processes that include representatives of governments, private industry, and civil society. Finally, the report recommends that U.S.-based industry work rapidly to establish an industry-led approach to counter current and future cyberattacks. The United States needs to act proactively on these fronts, lest it risk ceding the initiative to countries whose interests differ significantly from its own [...] We're thankful to several individuals who met with and briefed the Task Force group, including Commander of U.S. Cyber Command General Keith B. Alexander; White House cybersecurity coordinator J. Michael Daniel; U.S. Department of State coordinator for cyber issues Christopher M.E. Painter; U.S. Department of Commerce general counsel Cameron F. Kerry; National Telecommunications and Information Administration administrator Lawrence E. Strickling; Center for a New American Security president Richard Fontaine; and New America Foundation senior fellow Rebecca MacKinnon...."]Whatever you conclude from this we don't know. As for many though, it's stark admission that the internationalists and their co-conspirators are making a bold move to take over the communication regulatory authority for all sovereign nations of the world. The public proclamations of the one-worlders expressing "union", "agreement", and 'working together' niceties, must always be read carefully to identify their concealed intent. See if you aren't in agreement. It is these regional and world bodies like the UN, EC, and the soon-to-be NAU that will control everything you say - by force and penalty, believe, do, or want to do.
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