Ultra-Orthodox Jews Rally to Discuss Risks of Internet

“Tens of thousands” Orthodox Jewish men filled Citi Field in New York “to discuss the dangers of the Internet.” Reporting for The New York Times, Michael Grynbaum writes how the 40,000 men convened to hear about “the potential problems that can stem from access to pornography and other explicit content on the uncensored, often incendiary Web.” While “many attendees readily conceded that the Internet played a big role in their lives,” heated debate and “exhortations” to avoid the “filth” on the Internet filled the stadium.

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