The Washington Post :

The Washington Post : BusinessRise of Internet ‘Borders’ Prompts Fears for Web’s Future. It is the modern-day equivalent of a border sentry. When visitors try to enter, a computer program checks their identification to determine where they’re dialing in from. Most people are waved on through. Those from the United States, China, Italy and other countries where gambling laws are muddy, however, are flashed a sign in red letters that says “ACCESS DENIED” and are locked out of the Web site.

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