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Submission + - What the Ultra-Orthodox Anti-Internet Rally Was About (vice.com)

pigrabbitbear writes: "“What do you think this is about?” was the question that bounced back when I asked the same of Sruly, a smiling, bespectacled twenty-something Hasidic student and erstwhile packer and shipper from Williamsburg. We were on the G train, on our way to what may have been the largest “anti-Internet” rally in history."
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What the Ultra-Orthodox Anti-Internet Rally Was About

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