« Home | Pencils by Daniel Eatock » | El tetris que nos rodea » | La pulpocracia » | Viejas argüenderas » | Faerie is bigger than England » | Contando » | Earth Day should be everyday » | Tres niños son dueños de este patio » | Cosas que, a lo mejor, no se le ocurrieron a Picas... » | Decowpitation »

Así nos llevamos


The key, though, is that democracies have a process for creating such restrictions, and as a citizen it sickens me to see the US trying to take shortcuts. The leaders of Myanmar and Belarus, or Thailand and Russia, can now rightly say to us “You went after Wikileaks’ domain name, their hosting provider, and even denied your citizens the ability to register protest through donations, all without a warrant and all targeting overseas entities, simply because you decided you don’t like the site. If that’s the way governments get to behave, we can live with that.”
(via Clay Shirky)

Acerca-te

  • Soy Vil Clinton
  • Vengo de Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico
  • Si me escribo, me gasto.
Mi perfil
Lo mí­o
www.flickr.com
This is a Flickr badge showing public photos from el ciego. Make your own badge here.
Lo suyo


Escuché esta semana a:
Galleta proporcionada por Blogger
& Blogger Templates
BloGalaxia