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The EU and the Internet Go to War

There has been a lot of fuss and consternation over proposed European Union legislation that could, if fully implemented, effectively disable the internet as we know it, according to critics. That’s nonsense, but let’s play along.

This began in May with the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which hampers marketing schemes in which you, the user, are sliced and diced and categorized so the Googles and Facebooks of

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