How Scientology changed the internet - 2013-07-17

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F146.png How Scientology changed the internet July 17, 2013, Dave Lee, BBC News

What do Wikipedia, Wikileaks, Anonymous and copyright law have in common? The answer is they have all been influenced by the Church of Scientology International (CSI), as it took on ex-members and critics who took their protests on to the internet. As the Church successfully removes another website, just how big an influence has Scientology had on the internet we all use?

Last month digital rights activists at the influential Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) placed the Church of Scientology into their hall of shame over what it says were repeated acts against internet freedoms.

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{{cite news | first = Dave | last = Lee | title = How Scientology changed the internet | url = http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-23273109 | work = BBC News | date = July 17, 2013 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}