New Firefox 3.5 and Google Block MassResistance.org

New Firefox 3.5 and Google Block MassResistance.org

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Google ^ | 07-28-09 | FreepShop1

Posted on Tuesday, July 28, 2009 9:56:09 PM by FreepShop1

The new update to Firefox, 3.5 is blocking access to the critical anti-homosexual activist site MassResistance.org…

UPDATE: Google is now also blocking access, warning “Site is listed as suspicious – visiting this website may harm your computer.”

MassResistance folks told me that Google started doing this leading up to a recent vote on a Transgender Bill in Mass., in an obvious attempt to shut down dissent. There were not aware that the new Firefox is also censoring them.

This is an illegal violation of the 1st Amendment, 4th Amendment and Digital Millenium Act. We need to get to our Representatives on this ASAP.
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One Response to New Firefox 3.5 and Google Block MassResistance.org

  1. ikalee says:

    As a private company, none of that applies to Google. Those amendments protect us from the government censoring our speech, not a private company. Applying the DMCA would be a stretch as well. A private company can ban anyone they feel like, if massresistance doesn’t like it, move to a new host. No one is preventing them from doing that.

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