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    The Internet has served to facilitate outrage, as the Internet does: the hotter the better. And because the case is so visceral and bipartisan in its opposition to Palmer’s act, few people stepped in to suggest that the fury, the people tweeting his home address, might be too much. That argument wins no outrage points.

    Which of the following can be concluded from the above?

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    1. The internet is a tool that many people maliciously use to spark outrage.
    2. The internet is not to be relied upon for fair data.
    3. The internet suffers from a chronic lack of transparency.
    4. Palmer's act was an infection point in the history of the internet.
    5. None of the above.
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