Tuesday, 6 August 2013

The High Ground

Browsing the news, I came across this little article:
The US has criticised a new internet decree in Vietnam that would restrict online users from discussing current affairs.
The law, announced last week and due to come into force in September, says social media should only be used for "[exchanging] personal information".
As we all know, the correct course of action is to allow people to discuss things online, but record all communications.  That way, when you need to lock someone up for being a troublemaker, you'll have so much evidence there must be something you twist into a case against them.

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