Interesting days regarding censorship. The internet is making it more and more difficult. The nonsense we're experiencing in the UK over super-injunctions is proving that. A famous footballer is now suing Twitter for revealing his name. Of course, nobody is allowed to say who he is. It must remain a complete mystery.
But I think we'd better watch what happens with the internet. I suspect in twenty years time we may look back on these halycon days when anything went and people could write and read what they wanted. It's bringing down governments, it's refusing to allow the privileged the secrecy they do not deserve, it's making people equal. I can't see it lasting like this. Expect a clamp-down