“Huawei is proposing a fundamental internet redesign, which it calls ‘New IP,’ designed to build ‘intrinsic security’ into the web. Intrinsic security means that individuals must register to use the internet, and authorities can shut off an individual user’s internet access at any time. In short, Huawei is looking to integrate China’s ‘social credit,’ surveillance, and censorship regimes into the Internet’s architecture.“
That’s a hard no from me, John.
@aral do think that perhaps the multistakeholder approach might put the global north ahead.. And often megacorporations have a big stake too. It's better than letting just governments decide things.
Hope they're inclusive if organizations that can participate pop up in other countries..
@jasper Oh, yeah, the multistakeholder model is awesome. It basically means huge corporations and governments decide things.
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