Stability of the Internet?
albert at waller.net
Sat May 19 01:13:20 UTC 2001
I hear this same argument from clients who want me to unblock Napster. If
you look at the definition of censorship, it becomes fairly clear that when
a private company decides to block certain types of content from its
private network, that is not censorship. In order to "censor" Napster, or
new.net, or anything else, I would have to block (or at least attempt to
block) every possible access to it, rather than simply blocking it from my
company's private network.
At 04:22 PM 5/18/01 -0700, Mike Batchelor wrote:
>Blocking new.net is, in fact, censorship, not a cost saving
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