Fortunately, to the extent that the network is controlled at all, it's controlled by a combination of public and private entities in the US, who haven't (yet) been taken in by UN nonsense. They understand that just because a bunch of appointed delegates say they believe something, doesn't make it so.
Given that all the technical stuff *works*, the international community shouldn't have any more concern. After all, the Internet is just a network of networks; nothing more, nothing less. If they don't like what's in that network, they can then go ahead and cut the wires and keep their network(s) separate.
Really, it's nothing but the "if you don't like what's on TV, change the channel" argument, but at a huge scale.