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The Proposed Internet 'Kill Switch' for Obama is Stirring Controversy

 - Jun 19, 2010
References: huffingtonpost & perezhilton
It may not be confirmed yet whether or not George Orwell was a psychic, but his 'Big Brother' theory is dangerously accurate: U.S Senator Joe Lieberman has proposed an Internet 'Kill Switch' which will give 'absolute power' to President Obama and the White House to shut down the Internet if there is a security emergency online.

Known as the Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act (PCNAA), this bill, according to Huffington Post, requires that any search engines, software firms and broadband providers "immediately comply with any emergency measure or action developed."