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Separation of Church and State and Internet

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Separation of Church and State and Internet:

In the news...
Well! China now censors Google!        : - (
Well! Use of electronics such as Windows's Solitaire or a GameBoy gets fine and prison in Greece!

US executives are attempting to funnel tax dollars to a 'some' or a 'many' class of religious groups.

Boundaries of US include "Bible Belt"; Direct impact now on:

State Lotteries (competing for 'tax' revenue, implication of level of education available from one place to another. The "belt" well known for poor education in contrast the other areas of nation.)

Which female is permitted to represent (southern) "beauty" of NC (a state within said "belt") in national pageant.

"Who's gunning for Game Boy and Google?",14179,2879335,00.html

Other examples?
To what extent should a segment of a population, with some common beliefs, have a national influence to mandate dictated behavior patterns of the entire population, to not only enhance their enforcements on their own subscribers, but also of those who may subscribe to a different belief system?

[While personally more interested in topics in the news, and similar ones that could have been in the news or should have (leaving me curious)... PLZ note I try to phrase this for the larger question, which also would have to address the areas of "eye for an eye", the murderers, terrorists, tax dodgers, drug runners, etc. etc. the jaywalkers, parking violators, curfew violators, etc., building projects, standing military, 'secret' special operations etc etc]

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