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At the turn of the millennium, there was significant discussion about the importance of the Internet remaining a free and open form of communication and for the expression of ideas.
Of course, it was only a matter of time before the impact of this form of communication became so powerful that small-minded officials and bureaucrats all around the world were harping about the need to reign it in, to control it, to pinch off this attempt by the little guy to have his say.
And this week, the battle has been waged again as on-line agents have sought to raise ...

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