Why is it difficult for an oppressive government to enforce a policy of digital censorship? (Select all that apply.)
a. The Internet's design reads blockage as damage and self corrects
b. All people have to sleep, but the internet is a 24 hour operation
c. Internet anonymity makes it difficult to track the sources of leaks
d. The information on government websites is too confusing to read

A and C?

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  1. I think you're right.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Thank you

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  3. A and C are correct

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  4. Ms. Sue, Reed and Writerteacher are the same people lol

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