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So Britain is happy to criticize the Chinese for blocking access to websites which may have anti-government messages or even outside influence. But it's now gone and done the same thing. We're now one shy step away from complete internet censorship. Not to mention the fact that it seems big businesses claimed monetary loss is more important to the country than the liberties of it's citizens.

I'm really angered at this ruling, not because I will lose access to the site, only a fool would think that it's possible to block information, I'm angered by what this ruling means!  >Sad >Sad >Sad >Sad >Sad >Sad >Sad >Sad >Sad >Sad >Sad >Sad >Sad >Sad >Sad >Sad

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