Thu, 13 Sep 2012 12:10p.m.
YouTube has blocked a video attacking Islam's prophet Muhammad in Egypt and Libya, where angry protests were sparked by outrage at the video.
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13/09/2012 9:12:09 p.m.
There is not such thing as true/pure freedom of speech. Everythng has their boundry.
One of the people murdered in Libya was a virtual player in our community. He loved to do diplomat virtually as much as he does in real life.
We will miss him very much.
As for Youtube, this is what you get if u only care about money per view count and ignoring report flags for obvious offensive videos.
13/09/2012 1:19:34 p.m.
I believe in freedom of speech and expression, however lines must be drawn when cultural/religious sensitivity could be inflamed. A lesson should have been learned from the Danish cartoons depicting Mohammed as a suicide bomber. Would a skit depicting the Pope interferring with choir boys not raise a reaction? If so, should religious sensitivity not also be considered in this case?
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