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[liberationtech] What goes around comes around: News website filtering now in the U.S.
Jillian C. York
jilliancyork at gmail.com
Wed Dec 15 06:14:10 PST 2010
But plenty of filtering already happens in the US - our libraries (by
mandate), schools, and military bases (additionally, the military blocks
plenty its sites from being accessed from outside of the US and US military
I don't see this as precedent for more filtering. I also don't think the
New York Times is very concerned with actual facts when it comes to this
On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 5:24 AM, Walid Al-Saqaf <admin at alkasir.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I would have never guess that the day would come when website filtering of
> news websites would take place in the U.S., the land of the free and the
> Alas, Air Force personnel from now on would see "Access Denied: Internet
> usage is logged and monitored,” when they attempt to open The Guardian, Der
> Spiegel,El País Le Monde, and several other news websites that had the
> WikiLeaks Cablegate data.
> Read more here: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/15/us/15wiki.html
> Is this a turning point for the U.S.? Will this be common practice by other
> American ISPs?
> Read more here:
> Walid Al-Saqaf
> Founder & Administrator
> alkasir for mapping and circumventing cyber censorship
> https://alkasir.com <walid.al-saqaf at oru.se>
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