Scientology Giving this "Internet" Thing a Whirl - 2013-01-02

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F347.png Scientology Giving this "Internet" Thing a Whirl January 2, 2013, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Scientology is a very small, if wealthy, organization of probably no more than about 40,000 people around the world. But one of the reasons it garners so much attention, particularly online, is the way it repeatedly has taken on the Internet as one of its chief foes.

In the 1990s, Scientology tried to keep its secret teachings off of Usenet, and tried to crush the people who kept putting them there. It also handed out software to its members to keep them from visiting certain websites with negative information about the church. And to this day, members police each other on Facebook, making sure they don't accidentally "friend" people who have been excommunicated.

In the last couple of years, however, we've noticed that Scientology has been making better use of the Internet, and has been encouraging its members to take advantage of its jim-dandy whizzer features.

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