Edge on the Clock: Internet Ruled a Absolute Necessity
In a landmark ruling out of Germany, courts have decided that the Internet is an absolute necessity of life. The German courts ruled in favor of a man who lost Internet access for two months, and sued his provider. Has the Internet really graduated from a perk to a necessity? What is it about the Internet that you can't live without?
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