About the Story
In a hurried attempt to solve the world&acirc;EUR(TM)s address crisis, an international committee decided it would be best to allocate IP addresses by population growth. Regions with the highest rate of growth were given more addresses per citizen, and regions with the lowest rate of growth were given less. However, since high-growth regions were most often populated with citizens of a lower socio-economic status and thus were less likely to own technology or have internet access, the committee allowed the commoditization of IP addresses. Addresses could now be bought and sold for a hefty sum of money.
First Publication Date: November 13, 2012
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