Trump’s plan to shut down all internet video services is a fool’s errand
The president of the United States is proposing to shut all internet services down, a move that would devastate the American economy and put the lives of millions of Americans in danger.
Donald Trump, the first US president since the Great Depression to use the bully pulpit, will unveil his plan to do so on Wednesday at the United Nations.
Trump is likely to announce that the internet is a “virtual monopoly” and that he will be able to shut it down entirely.
This would be a major setback for the internet and a blow to the free press.
The US Congress is currently considering a bill that would repeal the law, and many members have said that the president should not act without a bipartisan consensus.
Trump’s order will have immediate consequences.
The internet will be completely shut down in the United Kingdom, France, Australia, New Zealand and the Netherlands.
Trump will also take action to ban foreign-owned and foreign-operated video streaming sites like YouTube, Netflix, and Amazon.
It will be possible for internet users to watch the content online through the US-based Netflix service.
It is unclear if the order will also ban foreign streaming services like Amazon Prime Video.
This is a significant blow to internet freedom, which is the backbone of many countries’ online services.
The United States already has some of the most restrictive copyright laws in the world, and the new order would be the first major attempt by a US president to restrict online access in this way.
The move comes at a time when the US economy is reeling from the financial crisis, the loss of thousands of jobs and hundreds of billions of dollars in lost investment.
It also comes just weeks before the end of the year, when many countries are going to hold their elections.
The world’s biggest internet companies have been fighting the Trump administration for months.
They say they will fight the move to block internet access to the United Nation because of the effect it would have on their business, but the US is not a signatory to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The Trump administration has not responded to the complaints from US citizens.
But it appears that it may be seeking to change the law in order to win favour with the US media.
The executive order will set out how much the US government will be spending on research, surveillance, and counter-piracy efforts.
The bill is expected to be passed by Congress, but it is not clear when the President will sign it.
It comes at the same time that the US Federal Communications Commission is expected soon to vote on whether to repeal net neutrality rules that prohibit internet service providers from prioritising their own content over the interests of competitors.
In a statement, the internet industry welcomed the announcement.
“This is a critical step towards restoring the internet to its rightful place as a free platform for all,” the US Association of Broadcasters said.
“It is a great day for the United Sates internet and for all Americans, and it is great news that the Administration has taken the first significant step in a long journey to return the internet back to the freedom it once held.”