Well, I was thinking hard whether I shall blog on that or not. But then a friend of mine brought up a valid point: I am always claiming that a lot of issues on the Internet are missing a public debate yet, what is more important – and this might well be one of those.
I do not want to take a position here and I am clear, looking at the map of my visitors, that the debate would be pretty one-sided:
However, it is an interesting project: http://psiphon.civisec.org/ and if you want to know the details: http://psiphon.civisec.org/samples/psiphon_guide.pdf
To quote from their website:
psiphon is a human rights software project developed by the Citizen Lab at the Munk Centre for International Studies that allows citizens in uncensored countries to provide unfettered access to the Net through their home computers to friends and family members who live behind firewalls of states that censor.
Living in a European country it is normal for me to have the freedom of speech and it is interesting and encouraging to see that the debates on what people want on the web as well is going to happen