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Most citizens worldwide want the dark net to be shut down, as questions over the importance of privacy versus safety mount.

71 percent of citizens globally believe that the dark net should be shut down, according to a survey by Ipsos and the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI).

The 29 percent who did not want it shut down wished to preserve the anonymity and lack of censorship that the dark netprovides, according to CIGI.

The desire to preserve an anonymous and uncensored space relates to people's fears about how their internet access is being controlled.

54 percent of citizens believe that their activities on...

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