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GMGruman (1254692) writes "In the name of national security, the feds are considering a law that would let the government turn off the Internet — or at least order broadband providers and ISPs to disable access. InfoWorld blogger Bill Snyder explains why this is a bad idea. Does the U.S. really want to be like China or Iran?" Link to Original Source
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