The World Wild Web is always full of surprises, and I can usually find some source of amusement (or irritation—which is easily solved by the "delete" key) in my daily eMail inbox. But this morning I received yet another communique (one of dozens in the past three years) from a well-meaning correspondent informing me that I needed to spring into action to protect my freedoms because Congress was poised to vote on "Bill 601P" that would impose a tax on internet use and siphon off 5 cents per message into the coffers of the evil bureaucrazy. I have a standard

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