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Michelle Malkin » Inside the world of Google censors

Michelle Malkin » Inside the world of Google censors:

Michelle Malkin
Inside the world of Google censors
By Michelle Malkin • November 29, 2008 11:05 PM

"Several weeks ago, I spoke with GWU law professor Jeffrey Rosen about my curious experiences with YouTube’s mystery censors. Longtime readers will remember the battle over “First, They Came.” For the past two years, my attempts to re-upload the little video about the Mohammed Cartoons and violent jihad were blocked. Other users were able to upload it, but it was blocked from my personal channel. Lo and behold, after Rosen inquired about it, the video is now available again."

Not that a little censorship is the issue. Censorship being one sided is an issue. Is Google susceptible to bullying or is something else afoot? BHT wonders if this will be an opportunity for something non-Googly to come along and succeed. We suspect communication will become increasingly difficult as time goes on ... how very conspiratorial. Who will be or is behind this? Same as usual ... and he is not wearing long red underwear as so often pictured.