Government's social exclusion of internet shirkers

Sarah Coles
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Not having a computer or access to the internet isn't a crime. It might be a lifestyle choice, or a financial decision. Surely it's up to you whether it ought to be part of your life or whether you'd rather save the cash, avoid the confusion of new technology, and continue to do things in the ways that always seemed perfectly reasonable up until now.

The problem is that if you make this perfectly reasonable choice, the government will cut you off.