The Internet has emerged over the last two decades as the dominant medium of electronic communication, commerce, and speech in the world.

In the United States and other western democracies, this decentralized, no-gatekeeper network of networks allows billions to connect and communicate with each other and the world both individually and through intermediaries like AOL in the early days and Facebook and Twitter today. It is a medium of communication like no other. It allows anyone and everyone with a computer and Internet connection to publish and speak.

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