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'Father of the Internet' decries union as 'Internet cop'
Tuesday - 5/22/2012, 10:35am EDT
The ITU is the United Nations agency that coordinates shared global use of satellites, radio signals, broadband Internet and wireless technologies.
Cerf, who now holds the title of "Internet evangelist" at Google, came down against the Cybersecurity and Intelligence Protection Act (CISPA), saying it wasn't specific enough on how shared information between government and corporations would be used.
But he also denounced "hacktivists" like the group Anonymous as "counterproductive."
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