Posted by Alexander Korycinski from 204-192-99.ipt.aol.com on May 29, 1998 at 04:43:03:
In Reply to: What's this censorship stuff? posted by Mack on May 28, 1998 at 17:26:57:
: When I wrote my reply to Evan's heinous post, I tried to use the "F" word in place of "HELL." But when I tried to post, I got a censorship message saying that I couldn't say that. Why does this happen? That kind of thing may be suitable for network telivision, but this is the internet. I fear that the last medium for free speech is being destroyed. But I want to make it clear that I wanted to use f*ck, but couldn't. I make it a policy to write in the internet what I would say if we were talking in real life.
: Mack- One Who Hates Censorship
: P.S. The new Indy game is gonna rule. Despite what someone else wrote earlier, I think it looks alot like Harrison Ford as far as computer models go.
My God. Censorship message?? Where the F**K was that generated through? What out there is overlooking everything we write to scan for certain words and then raise a red flag when something "objectional" is written? To Big Brother: F**K YOU!!
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