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Oregon Senator Stops Internet Censorship Bill

November 20th, 2010 11:44 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

comforteagle writes “Senator Wyden of Oregon has objected to a bill in committee that if passed would have given the government the ability to censor the Internet. His objection effectively stop its current passing forcing it to be introduced again if the bill is continue. Which it may not. Oregonians please send pats on the back to this man.”

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