White House NSA Organizes Security Summit With 50 Nation Peers to Discuss Future of the Internet

What could possibly go wrong when the National Security Advisor, Jake Sullivan, organizes a “minister level launch of the Declaration for the Future of the Internet.”   Put more succinctly, that would be 50 nation intelligence ministers getting together to decide what they will permit on the internet.

Apparently, a collective partner rule book is forthcoming.   Big Tech will be given specific instructions on how to comply.

The global rulebook on how to handle, define and eliminate ‘disinformation’, ‘misinformation’ and ‘malinformation’ on the world-wide internet.

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More info here: Launch of the Declaration for the Future of the Internet:

On April 28 at 7:30 a.m. EDT, Assistant to the President and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan will host a virtual minister-level launch of the Declaration for the Future of the Internet at the White House with more than 50 partners from around the world.  The Declaration is a political commitment among partners to advance an affirmative vision for the Internet and digital technologies.  The launch event will be livestreamed to the public on www.whitehouse.gov/live

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I don’t trust them for a second and expect them to use some illusion of consensus to impose an international standard on USA, thus subverting the First Amendment. Pretty sure the launch will be 100% PR mind-control and that Deep State-driven standards will be “agreed upon” behind the scenes. I hope Musk and Trump can find ways to avoid complying with these standards as a matter of principle and also as protection against inevitable overreach sure to come in the future. ABN

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