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In this April 3, 2012 photo provided by VosIzNeias.com, a group of Ultra Orthodox Jews who believe that the Internet threatens their way of life, check out the facilities at New York's Citi Field, which they ultimately rented for an unprecedented gathering. The upcoming May 20 rally at the Mets' Stadium will address how to use modern technology in a religiously appropriate way. More than 40,000 ultra-Orthodox Jewish men plan to pack Citi Field for the Sunday evening gathering on the dangers of the Internet, and organizers have also rented the nearby Arthur Ashe Stadium for the overflow crowd. (AP Photo/VosIzNeias.com) MANDATORY CREDIT

NYC's Ultra-Orthodox hold meeting on Net risks

Tens of thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jewish men attended a rally on May 21 at the New York Mets' stadium on the dangers of the Internet and how to use modern technology in a religiously responsible way.