Yes, we've got another suggestion that the internet here in Europe should be censored. But there's more to it than meets the eye.
Another little limitation upon freedom from the same source.
Not that things are that much better in the US, although they at least have a free speech protection in The Constitution.
Thorstein Veblen knew why the G8 had to have multi-course banquests while discussing global hunger.
You can go on soaking companies for the tax money until you reach a tipping point: but it's very difficult to get them back again once they've left.
An excellent response to a grasping taxman from Paul Hogan.
And finally, well, thank goodness someone has worked that out.