Source – United Nations:
. . . Despite having experienced extensive cyber attacks – the so-called Web War One – five
years ago, Estonia does not support more rigid regulation and censorship in cyber-space.
Estonia is committed to an open, secure and reliable Internet. It is therefore imperative to
ensure that the International Telecommunication Union’s new regulation does not lead to the
restriction of Internet freedom, to unnecessary limits to the free flow of ideas and
information. In fighting cyber crimes the Budapest Convention provides the appropriate and
primary legal framework at the global level. . . . [Full Speech]