Saturday, February 11, 2006

Google Censorship of Americans Continues

One of my favorite cartoonists, Darrin Bell, (Candorville) is having the same censorship problems with the Google-owned Blogspot, as General Braxton (see my last post on this).

When he tries to have the cartoons visible on his blog, he finds that the Google/Blogspot system reduces them to a postage-stamp-sized image that makes them too small to see.

Bell had to post the cartoons on a separate server (his own) in order to have them appear the correct size.

Go here to see what I mean: The Candorville Courier: About those Mohammed Cartoons...

This is a disgraceful situation and shows just how fragile the so-called freedom of expression is in the blogosphere.


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