IETF vs. ITU: Internet standards face-off

By , Network World |  Networking, IETF, itu

In response, the ITU issued a blog post criticizing Google for erroneously saying WCIT will be a forum for increased censorship and regulation of the Internet. ITU argues that Google should have joined the group as a member if it wanted more access to its proceedings.

"ITU's goal is to continue enabling the Internet as it has done since the Internet's inception," the ITU assured.

To keep an eye on the fireworks between the IETF and the ITU during December, visit this compendium of WCIT-related news that's being compiled by the Internet Society.

Read more about lan and wan in Network World's LAN & WAN section.


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