ITU getting serious about botnets
Posted Nov 30, 2007 17:02 UTC (Fri) by brouhaha
In reply to: ITU getting serious about botnets
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So the EU Commission (the source of the majority of the more
boring-yet-necessary new laws in most of Europe, even eurosceptic parts
like the UK) is not a governmental organization? Fascinating.
I don't see how you derived that from what I said.
Your extreme US-centricism is plainly obvious from your claim that
legislators are universes complete unto themselves that receive advice
from no other governmental bodies.
What I said was that the vast majority of advice on changing laws doesn't come from supranational governments or organizations. In the US, most of the input into new laws or amendments at the federal level comes from other parts of the US government (e.g., the executive branch), states, and corporations.
Do EU countries really work that much differently? I thought only a small portion of the laws of individual EU countries was forced upon them by the EU. Or, if you don't like the phrase "forced upon", I could say "given to".
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