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[liberationtech] DRL Internet Freedom pages hit the memory hole
collin at averysmallbird.com
Mon Jan 30 08:44:17 PST 2017
Google cache indicates it was up yesterday, with references to Sec. Kerry
and Ambassador Power, etc. Humanrights.gov looks like a complete mess
overall right now, so perhaps what we are seeing in an artifact of
transition rather than a purging according to policy?
On Mon, Jan 30, 2017 at 11:32 AM, Griffin Boyce <griffin at cryptolab.net>
> Hi all,
> This morning, a colleague visited the DRL website only to find that the
> content had been deleted. I checked another page and found it had was no
> longer available.
> - https://www.state.gov/netfreedom/index.htm
> - https://www.humanrights.gov/issues/internet-freedom/
> So... yeah... That's bad. =( Guess the fascists figured out this whole
> "free speech" thing wasn't working out for them.
> Accept what you cannot change, and change what you cannot accept.
> PGP: 0x03cf4a0ab3c79a63
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*Collin David Anderson*
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