Monday, June 18, 2012

More Nanny State shenanigans

(CNN) -- Western governments, including the United States, appear to be stepping up efforts to censor Internet search results and YouTube videos, according to a "transparency report" released by Google.
"It's alarming not only because free expression is at risk, but because some of these requests come from countries you might not suspect -- Western democracies not typically associated with censorship," Dorothy Chou, a senior policy analyst at Google, wrote in a blog post on Sunday night.

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Well, that explains why I can't find something when I know I just looked it up the day before.
Now if I can only find my car keys.....

4 comments:

Grog said...

Did you look in front of the fireplace?

WRENCH said...

So much for free speech...

WRENCH said...

BTW, check CGDI... Might have gotten hungry

Toejam said...

Find you car keys?

You probably left them in the ignition and now the car is burned out in the South Bronx and home to 27 Occupy wall Street Zombies.