In other words, concerned the ITU will attempt to take control away from the geeks and give it to governments. (And then things get political — never a good engineering move.)
Thus entered Google into the fray this week with its "Take Action" campaign:
According to Google:
"Some governments want to use a closed-door meeting in December to increase censorship and regulate the Internet."
Some governments? Not EU governments.
Today the European Parliament passed a resolution that includes:
"The European Parliament"
"Believes that the ITU, or any other single, centralised international institution, is not the appropriate body to assert regulatory authority over either internet governance or internet traffic flows"