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The attempt to strip the internet of anonimity

  Slowly but surely, your rights to remain anonymous online are being eroded, certainly so in the United States. As of the writing of these post, 17 states out of the 50 have either introduced into law or are waiting to, pass laws which would require you present your ID in order to access "Obscene" material. In addition New York has introduced a bill to require anyone interacting with a social media site to prove they are over the age of 18. Disregarding the fact that these states all seem to be under the impression that it's impossible to be a parent to your child when they interact with things online. Feel free to read either bill, but the point is clear enough, in the name of protecting the children, we are slowly working to strip our rights to anonymity; because, when you think about this for more than 10 seconds you'l

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