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News Archives 5481-5500
Number Title Post Date
5481 Polio programme: let us declare victory and move on 10/04/2012 12:59:29
5482 Motorman: Britain's biggest establishment cover-up 10/04/2012 13:01:27
5483 A pack of ATOS ers – I’ll see you in court 11/04/2012 13:57:39
5484 Charity chief quits over Atos fit-for-work test 11/04/2012 13:59:10
5485 Welsh supporters set for month campaign behind US soldier Bradley Manning 11/04/2012 14:00:18
5486 Bravo! Anonymous attack takes down Home Office 11/04/2012 14:02:15
5487 Hacked Off: Motorman data leaks are 'inevitable' 11/04/2012 14:03:15
5488 Drug Data Shouldn’t Be Secret 11/04/2012 14:04:29
5489 Swine flu vaccine leaves my son (15) with chronic sleep disorder 11/04/2012 14:05:33
5490 The only way to eradicate paralytic poliomyelitis is to stop vaccinating 11/04/2012 14:07:37
5491 Murdoch: Phone hacking law suits to be filed in US courts 12/04/2012 11:18:41
5492 Atos - how much grief can one company cause? 12/04/2012 11:27:07
5493 Serco manual proposes ‘force’ to restrain asylum seekers 12/04/2012 11:28:39
5494 TIME 100 Poll Results: Web votes for Anonymous as the world's most influential 12/04/2012 11:30:17
5495 Soldiers in a fog of drugs and war 12/04/2012 11:31:40
5496 Why Eli Lilly's Alzheimer's Imaging Test- Amyvid- Is NO Breakthrough 12/04/2012 11:32:48
5497 The Imperative to Share Clinical Study Reports: Recommendations from the Tamiflu Experience 12/04/2012 11:40:16
5498 Julian Assange's 'The World Tomorrow' 17 April 16/04/2012 09:11:04
5499 ATOS, Claimant Deaths and Bad Publicity 16/04/2012 09:12:40
5500 ATOS forces doctors to sign Secrets Act 16/04/2012 09:13:57

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TIME 100 Poll Results: Web votes for Anonymous as the world's most influential
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TIME 100 Poll Results: Who Did the Web Vote for as the World’s Most Influential?

By TIME Staff |


Protesters wearing Anonymous Guy Fawkes masks take part in a demonstration in Nice, southeastern France, in February 2012.

The annual TIME 100 poll is an opportunity for readers to vote on the year’s most influential figures across all fields, from politics to tech to pop culture. While TIME’s editors ultimately decide who is on the final list, the candidate who emerges as the fan favorite in the Web poll is included in the magazine when the 100 are revealed.

(MORE: Full TIME 100 Poll Results)

This time around, the weeklong poll became a popularity contest between two Internet behemoths. In the beginning, it seemed to be a runaway win for Erik Martin, the general manager of the online sharing community Reddit. And then Anonymous, the loosely knit network of like-minded Internet activists, surged to take the top spot just before deadline.

When the poll closed at 5 p.m. on Friday, April 6, Anonymous had racked up more than 395,000 yes votes, up from just 40,000 a day earlier, leapfrogging not only Martin (who ended up with more than 264,000 yeses) but also Narendra Modi, the Chief Minister of India’s Gujarat state, who finished in third place. Modi supporters had shown some muscle during the polling: they cast nearly 257,000 yes votes for their favorite. The controversial politician, however, had high negatives: he received almost 267,000 thumbs-down votes.

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