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Take Action: Add Your Voice to Keep the Internet #Freeandopen - by Google


Tell the world's governments you support a free and open web athttp://www.google.com/takeaction.

Starting December 3rd, the world's governments are meeting behind closed doors at the ITU to discuss the future of the Internet. Some governments want to use this meeting in Dubai to increase censorship and regulate the Internet. 

Tell the world's governments you support a free and open web athttp://www.google.com/takeaction. Then spread the word with #freeandopen.

It is ours and it is free.
A free and open world 
depends on a free and open web.
And a free and open web
depends on me.

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