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eBay CEO John Donahoe Is Bullish On Digital Currency, And He’s Keeping Tabs On Bitcoin

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eBay CEO John Donahoe cryptically suggests PayPal may handle alternative cryptocurrencies (x-post from Bitcoin Markets)

http://www.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/1yalo3/ebay_ceo_john_donahoe_paypal_building_a_digital/
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eBay's stock falls another 1.2% on a day where markets are up on news that breach is greater than expected - Could John Donahoe be trying to use bitcoin as a catalyst?

Not surprising to me, same thing happened to Target. They won't disclose the full extent of damage until they have to. Their stock is taking another hit, but questions still float around about bitcoin implementation.
Ok let's be realistic here, PayPal (owned by eBay) and Bitcoin ARE direct competitors. If PayPal integrates bitcoin it has to make sacrifices with its current business model. There's no sugar coating it, that's just how it is. John Donahoe might be trying to use bitcoin as a catalyst, but I honestly feel like it's a negative catalyst for the company until bitcoin grows. It's a POSITIVE catalyst for bitcoin though, so don't mix that up. Bitcoin is here to stay, like it or not. PayPal/eBay though, I have no idea.
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John Donahoe! Please think hard about accepting bitcoin, our service processed € 10k for 50 Amazon & Ebay orders within last week. Eager for real goods? Purchase anywhere.

John Donahoe! Please think hard about accepting bitcoin, our service processed € 10k for 50 Amazon & Ebay orders within last week. Eager for real goods? Purchase anywhere. submitted by bitcoinsberlin to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

eBay president John Donahoe: PayPal may accept bitcoin in the future

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PayPal Bitcoin Integration Coming 'Very Soon' Says eBay CEO John Donahoe

PayPal Bitcoin Integration Coming 'Very Soon' Says eBay CEO John Donahoe submitted by nelisz to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

eBay Inc (EBAY) CEO John Donahoe Thinks Bitcoins are Important

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Famous “Quotes” about blockchain and cryptocurrency from World’s Greatest Entrepreneurs Vol. 1

Famous “Quotes” about blockchain and cryptocurrency from World’s Greatest Entrepreneurs Vol. 1

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  1. John Donahoe, Former CEO of Ebay
“Digital currency is going to be a very powerful thing”


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  1. Tim Cook, CEO of Apple
“We all have to be intellectual honest, and we have to admit that what we’re doing isn’t working. Technology needs to be regulated. There are now too many examples where the no rails have resulted in a great damage to society”.


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“So, my view’s quite clear. I believe cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin is the first example, I believe they’re going to change the world”

Official Website: https://www.bitkub.com/dashboard
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Of Wolves and Weasels - Day 149 - DOGE4DOGE - A Problem of Liquidity

Hey all! GoodShibe here!
Perhaps the greatest failure of DOGE4NASCAR was that we got an amazing amount of attention for our coin but left no clear options for people to 'impulse buy' Dogecoin.
I know a lot of Shibes were saddened to see that our coin's valuation didn't rise in correlation with the fantastic press we received but, well, this was and is pretty much the main reason why.
One of the primary problems facing Dogecoin right now is Liquidity - how easy it is to get into and out of Dogecoin at a moment's notice.
We have a ton of coins sitting on those exchanges that we're a part of but we have very few OTHER ways of getting involved. Especially for those who are not tech-savvy or 'just want Dogecoins now'.
Right now, getting Dogecoins is a process. A hassle. And, more importantly, in some cases, a risk.
We're listed on a bunch of exchanges... that have very little volume or trading action. Everything 'Dogecoin' is centered on a few big exchanges where whales throw their weight around regularly and blatant attempts to manipulate the market turn off casual investors and day traders.
Sites like LocalDogecoin.com offer you a chance to meet up with someone and buy Dogecoins in person... if you're okay with handing over money to a complete stranger. There are also options for bank transfers... as long as the person on the other end fulfills their part of the deal (which isn't always the case).
/Dogemarket offers you a chance to buy Dogecoins directly from sellers who have built a reputation of being honest - except for the ones who aren't. Or the ones who sell their user accounts - flair and all - no questions asked, after they're done with Dogecoin.
Outside of the messy US Government Regulations and Russia/China's confounding stance on cryptos, we have several other issues standing in our way, not the least of which is Paypal and Google Wallet themselves. Time and time again, these payment processors have proven to be a straight-up problem for cryptocoin users. Google has outright threatened to ban accounts that try to use Google Wallet to purchase Cryptos. Paypal's chargeback system has been abused to the point where even great initiatives like weselldoges.com have been brought to their knees.
And I think that this point needs to be made clearly:
WeSellDoges.com was an excellent answer to our problem of liquidity - offering fast, easy, nigh-instant transfers of cash to Dogecoin to anyone. Until Paypal's broken system -- a system they are well aware is being abused -- left the door wide open for scammers to walk in. Paypal shrugs and says it was against their ToS -- but then stood back and continued to let it happen. Dislike Google's stance, sure, but at least they say no and enforce it while Paypal half-looks the other way and leaves the door open.
The interesting news on that front is that, if what eBay's CEO recently said is true, we might be seeing Bitcoin integration soon. From there? Who knows - but at least that's a possibility on the horizon.
Now, yes, you can still buy coins from weselldoges.com - but we're now back to square one in that it's become a hassle again.
One possible answer here is that Moolah is supposed to have an instant conversion coming down the pipe in July, I believe - I'm not entirely sure what the logistics are, how it will work, but it sounds like a panacea if there was one.
In the meantime, perhaps another option might be to spend some time getting in touch with GoCoin. You may remember them as the Singapore-based coinbase-like company that announced Dogecoin acceptance to great fan-fare but, when launched, was greeted with a somewhat timid meh.
They allow instant, direct transfer between Fiat, Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin - and, so far, I've not seen any Dogecoin merchants using them.
Perhaps we need to poke them as well about having an instant conversion site set up?
Or, better yet, some enterprising Shibes can integrate GoCoin's platform and do it themselves.
(International Shibes, this is your time! GO GO GO!) :D)
GC takes 1% of the transaction, so that might be somewhat of a sticking point, but for an easy way in and out of Dogecoin, right now it might be worth it.
Hopefully we'll have far, far more of these options popping up in the future because the sooner we do, the better it will be for our coin and the DOGEconomy we're all working so hard to build.
Liquidity is a keystone in the stable foundation we're working to build - once we can get that sorted out?
Clear the launchpad.
It's 8:16AM EST and we're at 81.20% of DOGEs found. Our Global Hashrate is down slightly from ~49 to ~47 Gigahashes per second and our Difficulty is spiking from ~735 to ~867.
As always, I appreciate your support!
GoodShibe
EDIT: A letter to GoCoin!
To that end, I've gone and sent a letter to GoCoin - which I'm including here below in full. If I get a response, I'll include it here as well!
Hi There,
First of all, I really want to thank you for your support of Dogecoin! We're a growing cryptocurrency and our community is vibrant as ever.
However, we've hit a bit of a snag. Simply put, we need more -- easier and faster -- ways for the average person to get into and out of Dogecoin.
We need more liquidity in our coin.
Since you're already set up and running for Fiat to Dogecoin transfers and vice versa, could you set up a service that would allow instant conversion from Dogecoin to Fiat and back?
Is this something feasible? Is this something that, say, an enterprising Shibe could do themselves by integrating your GoCoin platform?
Thank you so much for your time today!
GoodShibe
The List of our growing Bootstrap economy is now TOO LONG to fit into a post!! (wow!) so I've made a new, ongoing, thread and, yes, you can still add yourself to it (in the comments of that thread)! Check the list, you'd be amazed at the services on offer for Dogecoin from your fellow Shibes!
Projects in need of your attention!
  • The DOGE League: This sounds like it could be a lot of fun for gaming Shibes and, especially, as we look to integrate the Twitch.tv tipbot that should be coming online soon. He seems enthusiastic but could use some help, any Shibes want to give him a hand?
  • V8 SuperDOGE: V8 has a broad appeal around the world and might to help bring in more world-wide Shibes, which, sadly, seems to have stagnated a bit. As an added bonus, the car wrap looks hella-cool.
  • DOGE4BUSINESS: ShibeShen (whom you may remember from this thread) is looking to create a store that caters to Shibes only. Buys things with Fiat but sells them ONLY in Dogecoin. He's also, specifically, asking you what you'd like to see him sell. This is a great opportunity for Shibes and a well-and-true Tycoon Doge who is willing to stick their neck out for us. Give him a moment of your time, please.
  • DOGE4DEGA - 2nihon needs help from organized Shibes to help with the promotional efforts at Talladega this fall! Please go join them if you can spare the time!
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Apple, Paypal Talks Over Apple Pay Soured Due to Samsung Deal

Apple and PayPal were in talks that would potentially have seen PayPal becoming a "preferred payment process" for Apple Pay, reports Bank Innovation, but those talks ended abruptly after PayPal inked a deal with Samsung to allow users to make PayPal payments with the Galaxy S5's fingerprint sensor.
Apple was reportedly so annoyed with the partnership between the two companies that it ended talks with PayPal and even went so far as to exclude PayPal from Apple Pay all together, not listing it as an acceptable payment platform in its developer documentation.
"But while these talks were going on, PayPal went ahead and partnered with Samsung on the Galaxy S5 fingerprint scanner, a move that was reportedly forced onto PayPal by eBay CEO John Donahoe. PayPal's now-former president David Marcus was purportedly categorically against the Samsung deal, knowing that it would jeopardize PayPal's relationship with Apple. Donahoe won the day, however."
Very interesting considering the recent eBay PayPal split up. And of course, PayPal taking Bitcoin.
Source: http://bankinnovation.net/2014/09/missing-from-the-paypal-ipo-apple-pay/
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CEO of Braintree just moments ago

"Demand from merchants, and the raise of ability in ease of use have contributed to us supporting bitcoin and the blockchain"
" we are ebays first foree into bitcoin, and its known that john donahoe is definately interested in it. much like AirBNB's CEO"
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If the Internet Were Invented in 2013 (X-Post Bitcoin)

X-Post From /Bitcoin by cyrano741
WASHINGTON -- The FBI, in aided in its investigation by the NSA and DEA, today issued 38 subpoenas to Internet-related companies and individuals, sources report.
The full list includes Netscape, AOL, eBay, Yahoo!, Lycos, GeoCities, HotMail, Tim Berners-Lee, and Marc Andreessen.
FBI Director Robert Mueller issued the following statement: "If the Internet remains a virtual Wild West for narcotraffickers and other criminals, that would not only threaten our country’s national security, but also the very existence of the Internet industry as a legitimate business enterprise."
Indeed, experts have speculated on the possibility of Internet applications that aid terrorists and put at risk our national security interests.
"Suppose maps become digitized and freely available on the Internet" says a spokesman for the Department of Homeland Security. "Suddenly, terrorists have access to military grade technology for selecting, scoping, and planning their attacks. Citizens will be helpless. Access to such tools must be strictly controlled"
Technologies to send mail electronically, dubbed "e-mail," have also raised concerns. Experts predict that this tool will be exploited by pedophiles around the world to distribute child pornography. "Regulation of E-mail is our top priority" says Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe. "We have made it our goal to ensure that every E-mail sent is tracked and stored. This database will be made accessible to law enforcement officials around the country, to ensure our nations safety."
Cyber-anarchists, who oppose regulation of the Internet, have pushed forward the dangerous concept of "net-neutrality." This idea has been denounced by spokesmen for the movie, music, radio, newspaper, book, magazine, advertising, television, and sports industries: "It will destroy jobs, plain and simple. Net-neutrality is nothing more than a ploy to subvert and destroy our time tested business models."
Not all in the industry oppose regulation, however. Says Cisco CEO John Chambers: "Regulation is a sign that the Internet is reaching mainstream acceptance, which is why we are partnering with the NSA to install hardware based tracking on all our routers. Such moves can only bring legitimacy to the Internet."
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8 surprising places where you can pay with bitcoin

In a 1999 interview, Professor Milton Friedman, an American economist who received the 1976 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his research on consumption analysis, monetary history and theory, and the complexity of stabilisation policy. He had this to say: “I think the internet is going to be one of the major forces for reducing the role of government. The one thing that’s missing but that will soon be developed is a reliable e-cash.”
In November 2008, a paper was posted to a cryptography mailing list titled “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System.” In this time the value of the first Bitcoin transactions were negotiated by individuals on the bitcointalk forums with one notable transaction of 10,000 BTC used to indirectly purchase two pizzas.
In 2011, based on Bitcoin’s open source code, other cryptocurrencies started to emerge. By 2017, a single bitcoin’s worth reached more than $US4000
This is greatly attributed to the fact that more people are getting educated on how Bitcoin works. The convenience of receiving payments within seconds, with minimal transaction fees means a lot to a business. More online stores are opening up to accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment from their customers.
“Not only is Bitcoin exciting, it’s also going to play an “important role” in the future of PayPal.” – John Donahoe, CEO of eBay
There are many other small e-commerce stores that accept cryptocurrency for purchases. Some industries even have custom cryptocurrencies, which serve like means of payment between parties.
The use of cryptocurrency is on the rise as it has many benefits, such as security, speed, minimal transaction fees, easy to store and manage and relevance in the digital era. It is evident that we won’t have to wait very long to see cryptocurrency as a globally accepted means of payment.
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If the Internet Were Invented in 2013 (X-Post)

X-Post From /Bitcoin by cyrano741
WASHINGTON -- The FBI, in aided in its investigation by the NSA and DEA, today issued 38 subpoenas to Internet-related companies and individuals, sources report.
The full list includes Netscape, AOL, eBay, Yahoo!, Lycos, GeoCities, HotMail, Tim Berners-Lee, and Marc Andreessen.
FBI Director Robert Mueller issued the following statement: "If the Internet remains a virtual Wild West for narcotraffickers and other criminals, that would not only threaten our country’s national security, but also the very existence of the Internet industry as a legitimate business enterprise."
Indeed, experts have speculated on the possibility of Internet applications that aid terrorists and put at risk our national security interests.
"Suppose maps become digitized and freely available on the Internet" says a spokesman for the Department of Homeland Security. "Suddenly, terrorists have access to military grade technology for selecting, scoping, and planning their attacks. Citizens will be helpless. Access to such tools must be strictly controlled"
Technologies to send mail electronically, dubbed "e-mail," have also raised concerns. Experts predict that this tool will be exploited by pedophiles around the world to distribute child pornography. "Regulation of E-mail is our top priority" says Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe. "We have made it our goal to ensure that every E-mail sent is tracked and stored. This database will be made accessible to law enforcement officials around the country, to ensure our nations safety."
Cyber-anarchists, who oppose regulation of the Internet, have pushed forward the dangerous concept of "net-neutrality." This idea has been denounced by spokesmen for the movie, music, radio, newspaper, book, magazine, advertising, television, and sports industries: "It will destroy jobs, plain and simple. Net-neutrality is nothing more than a ploy to subvert and destroy our time tested business models."
Not all in the industry oppose regulation, however. Says Cisco CEO John Chambers: "Regulation is a sign that the Internet is reaching mainstream acceptance, which is why we are partnering with the NSA to install hardware based tracking on all our routers. Such moves can only bring legitimacy to the Internet."
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Bitmit closing news oddity..

Why isn't Bitmit closing a bigger story? Browsing news.google.com, bitmit bitcoin brings up many sock puppet results about how great bitcoin is and how bitmit is a major site. However using the term bitmit closing, there are no relevant results.
Why isn't a major legal marketplace closing considered a big story?
UPDATE - Wow already downvoted. Scary echo chamber here!
Here are some recent bitcoin related articles that don't involve drugs and murder and saw fit to mention Bitmit as a great thing. But now no one seems to care that its closing and wants to write an article about it? Why the silence?
"Bitmit is still the eBay of bitcoin despite setbacks", "Bitcoin: an alternative, digital cryptocurrency", "eBay CEO John Donahoe Is Bullish On Digital Currency"
UPDATE 2 - Wow the downvotes continue from every direction. Why is this such a taboo subject that we are not allowed to discuss it?
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If the Internet Were Invented in 2013 (X-Post Bitcoin)

X-Post From /Bitcoin by cyrano741
WASHINGTON -- The FBI, in aided in its investigation by the NSA and DEA, today issued 38 subpoenas to Internet-related companies and individuals, sources report.
The full list includes Netscape, AOL, eBay, Yahoo!, Lycos, GeoCities, HotMail, Tim Berners-Lee, and Marc Andreessen.
FBI Director Robert Mueller issued the following statement: "If the Internet remains a virtual Wild West for narcotraffickers and other criminals, that would not only threaten our country’s national security, but also the very existence of the Internet industry as a legitimate business enterprise."
Indeed, experts have speculated on the possibility of Internet applications that aid terrorists and put at risk our national security interests.
"Suppose maps become digitized and freely available on the Internet" says a spokesman for the Department of Homeland Security. "Suddenly, terrorists have access to military grade technology for selecting, scoping, and planning their attacks. Citizens will be helpless. Access to such tools must be strictly controlled"
Technologies to send mail electronically, dubbed "e-mail," have also raised concerns. Experts predict that this tool will be exploited by pedophiles around the world to distribute child pornography. "Regulation of E-mail is our top priority" says Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe. "We have made it our goal to ensure that every E-mail sent is tracked and stored. This database will be made accessible to law enforcement officials around the country, to ensure our nations safety."
Cyber-anarchists, who oppose regulation of the Internet, have pushed forward the dangerous concept of "net-neutrality." This idea has been denounced by spokesmen for the movie, music, radio, newspaper, book, magazine, advertising, television, and sports industries: "It will destroy jobs, plain and simple. Net-neutrality is nothing more than a ploy to subvert and destroy our time tested business models."
Not all in the industry oppose regulation, however. Says Cisco CEO John Chambers: "Regulation is a sign that the Internet is reaching mainstream acceptance, which is why we are partnering with the NSA to install hardware based tracking on all our routers. Such moves can only bring legitimacy to the Internet."
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Making a list of notable bitcoin supporters

I am working on a list of notable bitcoin supporters. I am trying to focus on people outside of the bitcoin space or people notable for reasons other than bitcoin. I'm going to use this list when people ask me, "how in the world can you believe in something as crazy as bitcoin?" I know I am probably missing some very obvious people so please help me add some more. Thanks.
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The Calm Before the Storm: Competition for Digital Payment Processing Heats Up

The calm before the storm! This is capitalism working for us rather than against us.
Bitpay, a Bitcoin payment processor just announced raising $30M in Venture Capital from some notable people; Richard Branson from Virgin empire, and several VCs from early Dotcom startups like Yahoo.
Bitpay helps merchants accept Bitcoin (30,000 merchants and growing very fast) by allowing merchants to convert Bitcoin into traditional money and providing tools that make it easy for those unfamiliar with technical knowledge of public/private key encryption. Bitpay removes the uncertainty and risk a merchant might have in accepting Bitcoin. Now accepting Bitcoin is a no brainer for businesses; it introduces a new market segment with no hassle because as business owners you don't even deal with Bitcoins (unless you want to), you just have traditional money but now opened yourself up to an additional market segment worth $9Billion (and growing).
Now mere days after that announcement eBay/PayPal (which have been very anti-Crypto thus far) CEO John Donahoe is making statements about incorporating Bitcoin into their payment system. Seems to me that PayPal doesn't want to lose out on this segment of the Payment processing market.
In fact because PayPal is entirely online (but uses traditional money) makes it the most vulnerable business to be overtaken by Bitcoin in the near future. Banks have lots of services they provide in the physical world, Paypal has few.
Therefore Paypal appears to have recognized that Bitpay is an existential threat to its existence and are now ramping up for some real free-market competition. If Paypal cannot find a way to profitably incorporate Bitcoin itself I expect they will use their resources to lobby against Bitcoin. Though now that politicians are accepting Bitcoin, it may be difficult to lobby against it. We are going to change the system from within using greedy profit seeking behavior for our advantage instead of our detriment. Bitcoin wont fix the problems of the world but it will certainly make finance more free.
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If the Internet Were Invented in 2013 (X-Post Bitcoin)

X-Post From /Bitcoin by cyrano741
WASHINGTON -- The FBI, in aided in its investigation by the NSA and DEA, today issued 38 subpoenas to Internet-related companies and individuals, sources report.
The full list includes Netscape, AOL, eBay, Yahoo!, Lycos, GeoCities, HotMail, Tim Berners-Lee, and Marc Andreessen.
FBI Director Robert Mueller issued the following statement: "If the Internet remains a virtual Wild West for narcotraffickers and other criminals, that would not only threaten our country’s national security, but also the very existence of the Internet industry as a legitimate business enterprise."
Indeed, experts have speculated on the possibility of Internet applications that aid terrorists and put at risk our national security interests.
"Suppose maps become digitized and freely available on the Internet" says a spokesman for the Department of Homeland Security. "Suddenly, terrorists have access to military grade technology for selecting, scoping, and planning their attacks. Citizens will be helpless. Access to such tools must be strictly controlled"
Technologies to send mail electronically, dubbed "e-mail," have also raised concerns. Experts predict that this tool will be exploited by pedophiles around the world to distribute child pornography. "Regulation of E-mail is our top priority" says Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe. "We have made it our goal to ensure that every E-mail sent is tracked and stored. This database will be made accessible to law enforcement officials around the country, to ensure our nations safety."
Cyber-anarchists, who oppose regulation of the Internet, have pushed forward the dangerous concept of "net-neutrality." This idea has been denounced by spokesmen for the movie, music, radio, newspaper, book, magazine, advertising, television, and sports industries: "It will destroy jobs, plain and simple. Net-neutrality is nothing more than a ploy to subvert and destroy our time tested business models."
Not all in the industry oppose regulation, however. Says Cisco CEO John Chambers: "Regulation is a sign that the Internet is reaching mainstream acceptance, which is why we are partnering with the NSA to install hardware based tracking on all our routers. Such moves can only bring legitimacy to the Internet."
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If the internet was invented in 2013 news story. Please read on the show.

X-Post From /Bitcoin by cyrano741 WASHINGTON -- The FBI, in aided in its investigation by the NSA and DEA, today issued 38 subpoenas to Internet-related companies and individuals, sources report. The full list includes Netscape, AOL, eBay, Yahoo!, Lycos, GeoCities, HotMail, Tim Berners-Lee, and Marc Andreessen. FBI Director Robert Mueller issued the following statement: "If the Internet remains a virtual Wild West for narcotraffickers and other criminals, that would not only threaten our country’s national security, but also the very existence of the Internet industry as a legitimate business enterprise." Indeed, experts have speculated on the possibility of Internet applications that aid terrorists and put at risk our national security interests. "Suppose maps become digitized and freely available on the Internet" says a spokesman for the Department of Homeland Security. "Suddenly, terrorists have access to military grade technology for selecting, scoping, and planning their attacks. Citizens will be helpless. Access to such tools must be strictly controlled" Technologies to send mail electronically, dubbed "e-mail," have also raised concerns. Experts predict that this tool will be exploited by pedophiles around the world to distribute child pornography. "Regulation of E-mail is our top priority" says Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe. "We have made it our goal to ensure that every E-mail sent is tracked and stored. This database will be made accessible to law enforcement officials around the country, to ensure our nations safety." Cyber-anarchists, who oppose regulation of the Internet, have pushed forward the dangerous concept of "net-neutrality." This idea has been denounced by spokesmen for the movie, music, radio, newspaper, book, magazine, advertising, television, and sports industries: "It will destroy jobs, plain and simple. Net-neutrality is nothing more than a ploy to subvert and destroy our time tested business models." Not all in the industry oppose regulation, however. Says Cisco CEO John Chambers: "Regulation is a sign that the Internet is reaching mainstream acceptance, which is why we are partnering with the NSA to install hardware based tracking on all our routers. Such moves can only bring legitimacy to the Internet."
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