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Is national security valid grounds for disrupting the Internet?

  • Yes national security is grounds for disrupting the Internet

    It would be safer for the general public if Internet had to be disrupted for national security measures. I am sure citizens would prefer that their access to Internet be interrupted for a period of time then risk their identity being stolen.National security is responsible for guarding against cyberattacks and keeping private information away from predators.

  • No, I don't think national security is valid grounds for distrupting the internet.

    I don't believe the Internet should be something that the Government should try to censor or disrupt, it would set a dangerous precedent since the Internet is widely considered not to be owned by any Government, I think overall the Government should just leave the Internet alone regardless of any secruity threats.

  • National Security is never valid grounds for disrupting the Internet

    The reason why National Security is never valid grounds for disrupting the Internet is because the Internet is used by just about everyone. Businesses, schools, government officials and millions of other people rely on the Internet today to get their job done or whatever their needs may be. If national security arises, it should be dealt with immediately without disrupting the Internet.

  • Freedom of speech.

    No, national security is not a valid grounds for disrupting the Internet, because in a national emergency, people need to communicate with each other more than ever. Freedom of speech is the first amendment. There is no authority to say that the first amendment should be suspended in times of war.

  • No, national security is not valid grounds

    No, national security is not valid grounds for disrupting the Internet. For one thing, the Internet is a huge source of commerce and any disruption would adversely effect the country that disrupts the Internet. Also, the Internet is a world-wide institution, and aggressive action to disrupt it would immediately irritate all other members of the international community, and to little benefit.


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