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So, what's your problem with the Internet? According to a recent survey taken by the Georgia Tech University Graphics, Visualization and Usability Center, which polled 15,000 respondents, 35.9 percent said that censorship was the most important issue facing the Internet today. That was followed by privacy (26.2 percent) and navigation (14.1 percent). The issues that were least cited were cultural and language issues. Among women, privacy outranked censorship as the most important issue.