Re: Youtube and growing censorship
- Those are examples of Youtube exercising editorial control over their
servers and sites.
However, Using Youtube is not a right. It is a remarkably free
service for posting and publishing video, and there are terms for
However, if you posted on your server material, and the government
shut it down, it would be censorship.
It is great that more points of view are busting through the corporate
media's stranglehold on information and conversation. It will
continue, and we will all be better for it.
--- In email@example.com, "Jay dedman" <jay.dedman@...> wrote:
> Here's a good blog post describing recent episodes of Youtube
> censoring the videos on its site, and crumbling under government
> "Even in America, where freedom of speech is the first among rights,
> there will be struggles to define its limits, where it is acceptable
> to speak, and how loudly. But remember this: If speech on the Internet
> is determined by terms of service agreements set forth by private
> companies not only beholden to advertisers, partners and shareholders,
> but also to international pressures, then there will be no real
> freedom of speech on the Internet."
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