Aug. 11th, 2011

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The government of the United Kingdom is in danger of doing what the criminals on the streets of England have done, and that is to lash out at whatever is nearest.

If the government puts in to place measures to block access to social networks and communications, they will have made victims of innocent bystanders.

There's also the free speech aspect of it. Does this government really want to head down that path?

Every single MP in the debate today missed one very obvious point: If you block one method of communication, those intent on criminal acts will find another.

Why is it that they can't see that?

The government needs to move with technology. We do not need knee-jerk reactions that threaten the privacy and free speech of every person living here.

Also, if I hear another politician using the word "criminality," I'm going to scream.

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