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...Scientology's more vocal friends and foes from editing articles about the religion, a move that worries some in the Internet community. Wikipedia has banned contributions from computers at the Church of Scientology's Los Angeles headquarters and...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/06/13/rel_527449.shtml
Your Faith
What's happening to humankind's humanity?

...cyberspace. Time magazine, which named "You" the Person of the Year for your participation in the worldwide Internet community, might want to reconsider the honor as dubiously bestowed. "Blogs and online communities were supposed to herald...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/04/01/edi_122605.shtml
Editorials
'Circuit bending' gets old toys to play new tunes

...best (time) I've seen for circuit bending." There's a robust international scene, bolstered by thriving Internet communities. Goldstone, 30, who performed at the festival under the name George Lazenbleep, traveled from England to participate...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/05/01/mus_79234.shtml
Music
Mother of five fighting record companies' lawsuit

...local record store." The David-and-Goliath nature of the case has attracted considerable attention in the Internet community. To those who defend the right to such "peer-to-peer" networks and criticize the RIAA's tactics, Santangelo...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/12/26/liv_35884.shtml
Life & style
Public and private lives merge on Google

...policy issue Google would rather not tackle directly. It's better, Google co-founder Larry Page said, if the Internet community were to reach consensus - by deciding whether that information is made public in the first place. "We're not...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/03/23/liv_409674.shtml
Life & style
Iraqis scramble to fix blacked-out Internet

...Iraq was no haven for Internet surfers. The country of 24 million was one of the last in the region to join the Internet community, counting only about 250,000 users, almost all of whom surfed the Web in state-run cafes, Abdulla said...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/05/27/liv_373733.shtml
Life & style
Corporate spying hits info age

...engine of newsgroups on the web. A newsgroup is like a community bulletin board, and there are thousands of little Internet communities, each with its own central theme. There are newsgroups for motorcyclists and newsgroups for bookworms. There...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/04/30/bus_260240.shtml
Business
Critics contend company seizes important Web directory

...because it owns Internic as a registered trademark. "Our view is, this information has been freely available to the Internet community for a long time," Burr said. "If there is some reason to change that, we need to be consulted." The information...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/03/25/tec_257244.shtml
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Critics say company seizes important Web directory

...because it owns Internic as a registered trademark. "Our view is, this information has been freely available to the Internet community for a long time," Burr said. "If there is some reason to change that, we need to be consulted." The information...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/03/24/tec_257153.shtml
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U.S. government extends its oversight of Internet

...organizational decisions to the often fractious Internet community. The group, dubbed the Internet Corporation for...along quickly," said Burr. "The feeling of the Internet community is, it's time to get on with this." When the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/10/01/tec_240591.shtml
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