There is no greater threat to freedom than censorship that pretends to be randomized or accidental.  The internet is a wonky, unstable, place filled with wires and tubes and fragile connections.

To get rid of a book, you have to burn it in the public square. To erase a file or a blog entry, you only need to touch a mouse and click.

What sort of protections do we demand in the electronic frontier to protect intentional censorship that pretends to be nonassignable and randomized?

How will those who follow us in antiquity know the history of the record when the record is so easy to edit, change, manipulate and enforce the meandering and mushy will of the fleeting people?

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