Australian Human Rights Commission attempts to block Encylopedia Dramatica
Published on March 17th, 2010
Brutal-Koala-Jedi-Action seemed relevant to this post
Here we go again:
The Australian Human Rights Commission has threatened legal action against a widely read but controversial US-based website over an article that encourages racial hatred against Aborigines.
But online rights group Electronic Frontiers Australia said trying to stamp out the deplorable content would only create the “Streisand” effect, whereby an attempt to censor online content only brings more attention to it.
The same page was in the news in January when, in a rare move, Google Australia agreed to remove links to the article from its search engine following legal action from Aboriginal man Steve Hodder-Watt
Once again ED is attacked, and once again people miss the point of the site.
The Internet really is srs bsns.
(via Sydney Herald)
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