Wednesday, January 18, 2012


First we had Wikipedia, then Wikileaks, and now Wikigag, in which the online encyclopedia has shut down for a day to protest--what, exactly? That the U.S. Congress is considering doing something about internet piracy. Hm. Here's the Wall Street Journal's take on the kerfluffle: "Companies supposedly devoted to the free flow of information are gagging themselves, and the only practical effect will be to enable fraudsters. They've taken no comparable action against, say, Chinese repression." Blue skies! -- Dan Ford


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