Reply to post: Re: Right to information?

When tyrants pull on their jackboots to stamp out free speech online, they reach for... er, a Canadian software biz?

horriblicious

Re: Right to information?

Well if they are breaking international law then the international policeman should arrest them and try and convict them before the international court. Oh wait, there is no international police? Not everyone agrees with the ICC as a valid court? Is there a codified book of international law?

Gee wiz, that could be a problem when people keep saying someone is breaking "international law" - as if that really meant something.

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