I don’t know how frequently the House agrees on any single thing in full. I don’t know, but statisically, I can’t believe it’s often based on my memory.
To that end, members of the House of Representatives – Democrats and Republicans – voted unanimously (397-0) against the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and the United Nations’ efforts to push “increased government control over the Internet.”
I don’t think any single country should have control over the Internet, and I don’t think a slow moving bureaucratic organization should have control over the Internet.
And no, I don’t think this is the end of the story, but a unanimous statement from half of one of branches of the American government is a decent message. It’s a start.