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Freedom of the Internet. That was the key phrase for Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Tuesday.
Hillary Clinton: “The goal is not the tell the people how to use the Internet any more than we ought to tell people how to use any public square, whether it’s Tahrir Square or Time Square. The value of these spaces derives from the variety of activities people can pursue in them.” (BBC)
The speech was a response to recent uprisings in the Middle East that relied on social media sites. But critics say advocating Internet freedom abroad seems pretty hypocritical.
The Huffington Post cites FCC rulings in the U.S. that are quite contrary to Clinton’s message.
“Clinton, Obama, and Obama's stand-ins at the FCC are perfectly on message when championing open networks for … repressive regimes. But when it comes to protecting the rights of Americans to access all information, and to connect to whomever we choose online, free from censorship and discrimination, they dodge and parse.”
Wired also criticized the speech, pointing out the irony in its timing.
“Clinton’s speech came a day after the House voted to extend to December 8 three controversial domestic spy provisions of the Patriot Act. And Customs officials seized 18 more Internet domains without giving the pirate website owners a chance to challenge the forfeiture.”
But The Atlantic ponders what if the speech isn’t hypocritical but, in fact, marks the beginning of a new domestic policy.
“Clinton's speech is … a warning that if America is going to talk the talk about censorship abroad, we have to walk the walk at home, as well. This is the sense in which her speech is a genuine (and almost certainly self-conscious) act of courage...”
And of course there’s always the evergreen WikiLeaks scandal. The Guardian is critical of the speech saying,
“After the WikiLeaks affair it is harder for the United States to so readily moralise. It is only two months ago that WikiLeaks saw its US domain name briefly taken away. Julian Assange's site was also stripped of its ability to raise money via PayPal, MasterCard and Visa.”
In her speech, Clinton promised to invest $25 million in technology to enhance Internet freedom.
But Wired is skeptical of just how much that will do.
“As repressive governments adapt their techniques at blocking connectivity, so too will U.S. measures to help ‘digital activists… adapt to the challenges they face.’ Whether $25 million - a pittance, really, in the massive federal budget - will really help is another matter.”
So what do you think? Does Clinton just talk to talk or will she also walk the walk?
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No. No. No. No. Four nu-uh’s that may signal the end of a political career for one of the most powerful women in Washington.
WOLF BLITZER: “If the President is reelected do you want to serve a second term as Secretary of State?”
HILLARY CLINTON: “No”
BLITZER: “Would you like to serve as Secretary of Defense?”
BLITZER: “Would you like to be Vice President of the United States?”
BLITZER: “Would you like to be President of the United States?”
It’s not the first time Clinton has said she won’t run for president again- but it’s the first time she’s talked about ending her globe-trotting days as Secretary of State. The Atlantic Wire points out -
“Clinton's decision may not be all that surprising. A quick glance at the terms of Clinton's predecessors suggests that secretaries of state don't usually stick around for longer than four years.”
Regardless- with their hopes of Secretary Clinton becoming the first Madame President dashed- her supporters lament.
Liberal blogger Perez Hilton proclaims “You've done a great job in office … we know you'll still do great work for the country in the future!”
And Feministing adds “She has been a really strong force as Secretary of State… it’s hard to believe this would be the end of her political career.”
Hard to believe is right. Outside the Beltway’s Doug Mataconis says- this isn’t over.
“There will be those who will … refuse to believe that she and her husband, will simply leave electoral politics... I’m sure we’ll see a nice healthy dose of ‘Hillary in 2016’ speculation four years from now.”
But American Thinker’s Thomas Lifson falls into a camp of conservative bloggers who believe Clinton is ready to break rank- fed up with President Obama’s foreign policy.
“Is she simply bone tired? Lord knows, the constant travel, the unwieldy bureaucracy she heads, and the lack of leadership from her boss would discourage anyone.”
Or perhaps- there’s simpler explanation for Clinton’s decision. Here’s CNN’s take.
“There was some talk that in her travels as Secretary of State that she saw so much need out there that she may perhaps be going into helping in private charities and bringing attention to women and children’s issues as well.”
Ironically- Clinton made the announcement the same a day a CNN/Opinion Research poll found that two out of three Americans view the former first lady favorably.
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