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Quick thought: how long before we lose Internet freedom in United States? I look at how we are becoming more informed citizens via Internet communications and wonder when will "Da Man" stop our revolution. We are becoming more human and less sheep everyday we step outside MSM. Can we stay free?

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  1. You just know there are entities working to take internet freedom away from us. The FCC and others see this as 'too much freedom'; and corporations are salivating at the chance to make us pay for services we get for 'free' now, and extra for those we already pay for. It won't be long.

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