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Should the Internet have an 'off' switch?

A raging debate over new legislation, and its impact on the Internet, has tongues wagging and fingers pointing from Silicon Valley to Washington, D.C.

Just as the Egyptian government recently forced the Internet to go dark, U.S. officials could flip the switch if the Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset legislation becomes law, say its critics.

michass84865d ago

Internet should not have an off switch. In fact it should be our right to have access to the internet as a source of information, connectivity (our free-speech rights), etc. Government want to control all aspect of our lives... including internet use... this is way to much...

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Twitter Blue problems? How to sign up for verification despite error messages

Signing up for the new Twitter Blue has caused problems for some folks. The Shortcut details the roadblocks you may hit trying to sign up and how to get around them.

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EvilCackle547d ago (Edited 547d ago )

Good thing I signed up at launch so people know I'm the real evilcackle

CurrentDigital547d ago

Huge loss for those who don't know where else to spend their surplus $8 a month

SwiderMan545d ago

Still haven't been approved for Twitter Blue :/

gatewayinternational543d ago

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Thousands of top websites collect your data in real-time as you type

Websites are harvesting our data even before we

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The days of remaining anonymous on the internet are coming to an end

Regulations are beginning to require users to verify their identification online.

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