Saturday, May 10, 2008

Tucson Public Libraries Block Principal Voices!

I have been quite busy the last few days. I came to the library, and was using their wireless to access the internet. I checked up on the news, which I hadn't done for a few days, and found that Principal Voices was blocked by their filtering software. I sent them this complaint:

Right now www.principlevoices.org is blocked. However, it provides important information on the entire Eldorado raid debate. I've never seen any obscenity, hate speech, nudity, or calls to violence on the site. It is completely and utterly ridiculous to have this site blocked. Please unblock it immediately.

Hopefully, I will be able to report in a few days that access to the site has been restored. I wonder how many other libraries block the site.

2 comments:

MPB said...

You might wish to try my blog site: http://pluralwife.blogspot.com. The Principle Voices website is currently under construction and hasn't been modified since prior to the raid. I've been adding news, information and commentary to my plural wife blog instead. (I am the director of Principle Voices.) I'm curious if the library will block my blog, too.

karateka said...

Thanks for the suggestion. Your blog seems to be an excellent source of information.