Jews Against the Internet plan to rally at Mets' stadium4/28/2012
You can make lots of rational arguments about the Internet and its impact on society. Rarely does that debate reach the fever pitch that incites one to rent a baseball stadium to rail against the evils wrought by the Web. But that's exactly what thousands of Ultra-Orthodox Jews plan to do May 20, when they head to Citi Field (home of the New York Mets) for a Jews Against the Internet rally. Organized by a group of rabbis at a reported cost of $1.5 million, which they raised through donations, the rally is intended to "combat the evils of the Internet and the damages caused by advanced electronic devices," though they haven't specified what those are.
Is the Internet evil or a necessity of modern life?