Given the amount of oppression that exists in online speech in South Korea, more than you think but not ass much as
North Korea (of course, you have to HAVE Internet to have an online voice….), I thought this was worth restating this here.
Just when I think I’ve just about run out of things to write about when it comes to blogging and independence, the real world goes and gives me a nice topic on a silver platter.
For those that may not have heard, there was a bit of an issue at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). At most of these shows, the various media outlets that cover the event will look at the gadgets or products that the vendors are showcasing and pick a few to win “best of show awards.” Most of the time, this involves writing a little bit about the product and giving it some press. CNET does this for the CES every year. This year, one of the products they were going to give an award to was the multi-channel commercial skipping DVR from Dish Networks called Hopper. According to a few reports, this was…
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