Saturday, 31 May 2008

virtual freedom

Computer generated abuse 'banned' (BBC News, Wednesday, 28 May 2008)

This loophole is real. But the remedy is really perverse
(The Guardian, Saturday May 31 2008)

Soon, they may put me in jail for three years for publishing this drawing on the internet:

However, this would be perfectly legal:

Under the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008, drawing and distributing this image may also carry a prison sentence of 2 years (virtual zoophile pornography):

Kudos to the brave people who challenge Scientology (and its collaborators among the City of London police), but let us not ignore an even greater threat to freedom and democracy. NuLabour is a dangerous cult that will continue to nibble at the edges of our civil liberties until there is nothing left.

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