Monday, January 12, 2009

Censorship and the Internet

An interesting essay in the Chronicle Review. Here's the thesis:

Now, with almost everything digitized, new communication technologies have led to a global proliferation of censorship agents, methods, and rationales. Ironically for the American pioneers who expected the Internet to foster unprecedented information freedom, its rapid and ubiquitous adoption has created a flexible and effective mechanism for thought control.

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