Sidetrack about web censorship
Margo Kingston today;
G'day. Here's a successful legal ploy you can expect more of by people with lots of money to use to close down criticism on the web by people with little money. What do you think? read more.
Boy I sure hope you can view her blog without having to sunscribe to the smh (joke. It is free to subscribe if you haven't already. Then you can read all of what Margo Kingston has to say about certain controls.)
UPdate; Troll is back. Must of got bored that nobody was paying him any notice on Raed and Khalid's blogs. Also he has now learned how to borrow other people's pictures as well as their user names - everybody, the pretend-emigre is now wearing my profile flower. You can try as hard as you like but you are not nearly a flower-child yet. Still, there is some hope for reformation in this. When some personalities can stop calling other personalities "names". I only can suppose that some elements are trying to shut me up from "getting it out" about Khalid's predicament. It is encouraging to feel one blog on it's own is such a threat to certain regimes.