Monday, December 04, 2006

Canada is good for much more than just cheap meds

Via Michelle Malkin comes the good news that the University of Toronto (or, as I'm assured it's pronounced by countless residents of the city, "Trono") has created a method for bypassing internet censorship measures. This is really good news for people who live in those countries where the gummint tightly restricts your access (Iran, China, etc.).

Unfortunately, as her reader, Paul, points out, it's also good news for kiddie porn users & distributors, as well as jihadists.

Mom raises the question: Do you suppose the latter is why George Soros is involved in funding this? Hmmm. I can't see that's entirely out of the realm of possibility.

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