Email users set to pay to use @
By our investigative reporter Sonia Freeman
Documents recently discovered in the personal archive of a former employee of Bolt, Beranek and Newman, a consulting firm working for the US Government’s Advanced Research Projects Agency in the 1970’s, suggest that with effect from 2021 email and Twitter users will have to pay every time they use the @ sign. [Full Story]
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