What Would Happen if the Internet Wasn’t “Anchored on Zero?”

Democracy would survive, for one

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Structural norms in society are difficult to change. But valuing something at $0 is one way to break them.

Indonesia was one of the later countries to adopt the internet for a variety of reasons, with their connected population only reaching 54% in 2020. According to NapoleanCat




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