On 21/02/2008, Raphael Wegmann <raphael(a)psi.co.at> wrote:
On 21/02/2008, Raphael Wegmann
Sure. There's a heated debate with strong
backing on the "no-censorship"
and the "remove images" sides. The "hide/show" feature could be an
acceptable compromise for both sides.
Because it provides a solution for both. Everybody can decide
for themselves whether he wants to see those images or not.
Going by the amount of media coverage it would appear that a large
number of people already have that choice.
How is it censorship, when all you have to do is click
Is your computer censoring the internet, because you have to click
the browser icon before you can surf the internet?
Is your browser censoring Wikipedia, because you have to click
on the bookmark before it shows you the Wikipedia page?
Censorship is the action of placing barriers between people an
information. You are trying to place an unnecessary barrier between
people and information.