Even when the world is safe again for the internet to be turned back on, it will likely be done in a prioritized manner so that emergency services, govt. agencies, and media operations will get first dibs. the bottleneck of citizen demand will likely shut down overloaded digital infrastructure if care is not taken. Most communications infrastructure actually can only handle having a minority of their subscribers using their services at any one time.
Several articles have been written about this matter. I suggest readers check out this recent bit of news: The U.S. Government Has An Internet Kill Switch - And It's None Of Your Business
the article concluded with;
"What we do with the information we do have is up to each of us as individuals. We can sit back and watch the United States further devolve into a militarized police and surveillance state — or we can spread this information, get involved locally, and create new systems outside of the current paradigm of control and exploitation."
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David Van Risseghem is the Director of Sooner Politics.org. The resource is committed to informing & mobilizing conservative Oklahomans for civic reform. This endeavor seeks to utilize the efforts of all cooperative facets of the Conservative movement...