by Mara MacSeoinin, United Kingdom

The Internet is often called the last bastion of free speech, a bulwark against an encroaching state which seeks to know everything, see everything and hear everything its citizens are thinking, doing and saying. Any entity which allows a private citizen to remain private is abhorrent to the Labour Government. Over the past twelve years, as the state has gradually expanded, so has the internet has become more and more radical, growing exponentially; like a human mind it has become privy to infinite thoughts, desires, theories, hypotheses, fantasies, dark traumas, unimaginable cruelties and admirable achievements.

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