The UN still wants to take over the Internet

In the Orwellian-titled column The U.N. Isn't a Threat to the Net, thoroughly corrupt and incompetent United Nations General Secretary Kofi Annan writes:
The United States deserves our thanks for having developed the Internet and made it available to the world. For historical reasons, the United States has the ultimate authority over some of the Internet's core resources. It is an authority that many say should be shared with the international community. The United States, which has exercised its oversight responsibilities fairly and honorably, recognizes that other governments have legitimate public policy and sovereignty concerns, and that efforts to make the governance arrangements more international should continue.

Why not let the U.N. control the Internet? They do such a great job of fulfilling their existing mission!

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