Between the Lines | ZDNet

Posted by on 28 Jan, 2006 in Articles | 0 comments

From the page: “that the internet might exist in a separate uncompromised space, where all the world’s information is always available, unfiltered, to everyone, is not just a personal ideal; it’s one of the internet’s foundational ideals. And it’s a good ideal: it puts a stake in the ground. But it’s clear now that the future of the internet is going to be determined by how wisely we compromise that ideal, not by how fiercely we hold onto it”

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