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Update 2: Open Letter to Microsoft re: MSN Spaces Censorship

16-Jan-06 10:57 am EST Leave a comment Go to comments
Despite receiving a note indicating "someone would respond to [me]" upon submitting my feedback concerning MSN Spaces censorship several days ago, I’ve received no response to date from Microsoft Canada concerning this outrage.  As such, I’ll be migrating this blog to another service (probably Google) in the next week or so. I cannot, in good conscience, use or support a service that has such low regard for fundamental human rights.
 
My hope remains, others will take some kind of action, as suggested here, to actively indicate dissatisfaction with Microsoft’s handling of this case.
 
Stay tuned for updates.
 
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