On 2/22/06, Andrew Gray <shimgray(a)gmail.com> wrote:
The most effective analogy I've seen for "free speech does not apply
to private property" is asking if newspaper editors should be required
by law to print whatever articles anyone sends them...
This is right of course. I think the problem is that the free and open
nature of Wikipedia has given people the feeling that they are somehow
entitled to the freedom. You don't hear anyone complaining about the fact
that they can't have userboxes on Britannica.