www.ontheissues.org states, for Barack Obama:
Ensure net neutrality: no corporate-tiered Internet. (Jan 2007)
You know what, screw it, here's all of ontheissue's facts for Obama on technology:
* Incentives for next-generation broadband in every community. (Feb 2008)
* Increase funding for math and science research & education. (Oct 2007)
* Airlines got into trouble after deregulation. (Oct 2007)
* Organizes campaign events via MySpace.com and FaceBook.com. (Oct 2007)
* JFK inspired with space program; now same with energy R&D. (Sep 2007)
* Increase funding for basic research; expand broadband access. (Aug 2007)
* As Senate freshman spoke out on Katrina ramifications. (Aug 2007)
* $42B more in university-based R&D. (Oct 2006)
* Invest on transportation and clean coal technology projects. (Oct 2004)
* Voted NO on restoring $550M in funding for Amtrak for 2007. (Mar 2006)
* Close digital divide with high-tech training. (Jan 2001)
* Ensure net neutrality: no corporate-tiered Internet. (Jan 2007)
* Create online database of science & math scholarships. (Dec 2007)
* Website for competitive federal awards. (Jun 2008)
* Overturn FCC approval of media consolidation. (Mar 2008)
Organizing campaign events through MySpace and Facebook is the opposite of censorship. I don't know where you got your facts from, but they're
completely wrong. Just because A = B and B sometimes = C, does not mean A = C.
From a business perspective, Google would be completely stupid to not adhere to China's strict censorship policies. Just because China is saying
"Hey Google, better censor search results for our search engine" does not mean they are doing it for America's, or any other country in the world.
Now, for a business to make money overseas, they have to adhere to that country's laws. In the case of Germany, blocking porn sites and some
Nazi-related websites from the search results must be done to make money.
I still don't understand where the whole Obama is going to censor the internet comes from, when he is in full support of net neutrality. McCain and
the Republicans are the ones who want tiered internet, they want you to pay more money a month to access more sites, like this one, instead of one
flat price for any website you want.
Once again, quoting more bull# with absolutely no sources. You provided a wikipedia article, but that says nothing about these "rumors that Obama is
going to censor the internet."
Please, there's enough of this crap on ATS already, from quoting other ATS members and trying to pass it off like it came from a scholarly article.