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Nearly every morning I send e-mails to half a dozen people, post tweets to my Twitter account, update my status on Facebook — and at least 1x a week I update my blog.

In Egypt, President Hosni Mubarak abruptly cut off access to the internet so as to silence the voices of the Egyptians.

In the U.S., I always have the privilege of speaking my mind — loud and clear.

And I rarely give it a second thought.


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