The internet community - if there is such a thing - has risen up in anger over recent weeks. The main cause of its concerns have been perceived attempts to curtail online freedom by governments and corporations. So what makes the internet angry - and when does that anger have any impact?
Although this article is interesting, bringing up intersting points about the power the internet has when it comes to fighting government-backed censorship/control over the internet, the author misses the most important point in the first sentence.
"The Internet community - if there is such a thing…" completely discounts the basic source of power these internet protests have had: community, unity and numbers.