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WHEN dozens of countries refused to sign a new global treaty on internet governance in late 2012, a wide range of activists rejoiced. They saw the treaty, crafted...
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    A key part of life: In China, 80 percent of respondents said they'd rather give up fast food than the Internet. 60 percent said they'd give up driving. 40 percent said they'd give up sex. (via The Economist)

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