posted on Nov, 23 2012 @ 05:48 PM
While this treaty is disturbing in its entirity, the one issue that will be a hinderence when it comes to the US, is that no matter how much the rest
of the world wants a treaty to be signed and adhered to by the US, it still has to make its way through congress, requiring, I believe a 2/3's vote
to either approve or it does not fly.
In short, the president can sign off on it, but if the congress does not approve it will not pass or be upheld or deemed a law in the US.
Many countries around the world want control over information, in all of its aspects, and if this was to go into effect in the US, then it would be
safe to say that just maybe someone or a few people may take into consideration going back to some of the old printing presses to get out information
to the public and distribute it.
There are countries that already do such actively, and the question is how would it fly past the US congress or any parlimentarian system that is not
actively engaging in such?