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Saturday, August 29, 2009

Should the feds have a "kill switch" for the Internet?

That proposal is included in an early version of a new cybersecurity act. The federal government would be able to shut down private networks if there were some kind of emergency, though the exact extent isn't specified.

Hat Tip: Many thanks, gee!


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