US agency endorses plan to cede Internet oversight
Prophecy Sign: The future One World Governmental system
administration on Thursday endorsed a plan to cede its oversight of the
gatekeeper of Internet addresses to the broader online community. Commerce
Department assistant secretary for communications and information Lawrence
Strickling told AFP that the proposal from the Internet Corporation for
Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) meets the criteria set by the US
administration. The plan aims to maintain Internet governance under a
"multi-stakeholder" model which avoids control of the online
ecosystem by any single governmental body.
'social credit': Beijing sets up
huge national database system
EU proposes government ID to use internet
The European Union is proposing a government ID for using the Internet which will eradicate both on-line privacy and free speech. Spearheaded by former communist official Andrus Ansip, the European Commission published a draft document outlining its proposed electronic ID that would not only allow the EU to track what you say on-line, but also what you buy.
To sum it up, the EU wants to monitor everything Europeans do on-line by having all their Internet activities linked to a government ID which will annihilate on-line anonymity.
In most countries, the existence of a credit system isn't controversial. Past financial information is used to predict whether individuals will pay their mortgages or credit card bill in the future. But
is taking the whole concept a few steps further. The Chinese government is
building an omnipotent "social credit" system that is meant to rate
each citizen's trustworthiness. By 2020, everyone in China
will be enrolled in a vast national database that compiles fiscal and
government information, including minor traffic violations, and distils it into
a single number ranking each citizen.