“We applaud U.S. House approval of H.Con.Res. 127, an important resolution that sends a strong and clear message that the United Nations and International Telecommunications Union should cease its efforts to assert and impose unprecedented governmental regulation over the Internet.   Passage of the resolution reaffirms the government’s commitment to continuing the current multi-stakeholder governance model which has led to private investment in the Internet and yielded innovative new ways of increasing consumer welfare around the globe.   We also thank House Energy & Commerce Committee Chairmen Bono Mack, Upton and Walden, and Ranking Members Waxman and Eshoo for their bipartisan leadership and tireless efforts in bringing this resolution before the Congress.”