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January 17, 2006

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» Davos to invited bloggers: we approve before it's published from Boing Boing
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» Davos to invited bloggers: we approve before it's published from Boing Boing
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The guest list is high powered, time is short, and there's (always) lots to be done. I don't see many of these guys taking time out to blog their thoughts. If they do they probably already have their own blog - and staffers. Nice idea though.

WEF is not the only service which insists on approving entries for Internet publication; it is a shame, however, that this will automatically be seen as a threat to open discussion and the spread of opinion from all sides and, in the end, as a form of censorship.

Pi.

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