[Imc-worcester] petition to block this article
mundosubte at hotmail.com
Thu Jul 8 06:44:51 PDT 2004
Well, i agree with you john, im not against 'freedom of speech'. i.e.
indymedia uruguay have this editorial policy:
"We don't agree either with commercial publicity or electoral propaganda, we
belive that is not the function of our site. We ask for special attention in
this point: who publish must discern clearly the articles that have content
that aport something to the discussion, insted of others articles that are
propaganda that promote persons, business, party or anothers organizations"
"No estamos de acuerdo tampoco con la publicidad comercial o propaganda
electoral, pues creemos que no es la función de nuestro sitio. Pedimos
especial atención en este punto: quienes publican deberían discernir
claramente los artículos que tienen contenido y aportes para la discusión,
de los que son panfletos que promocionan a personas, empresas, partidos u
and again, i think that for a healthy collective we need to adopt this point
in the editorial policy, because i dont want indymedia to became a place for
the fuckin politicians,,,,,
that's all folks ^_^
(don't reply to this address, reply to yerard at riseup.net)
john bean wrote:
>yes. but what about freedom of speech?
>isn't the newswire for anyone to post anything?
>i would suggest that pre-made "ads" be deleted, (such as mass mailers),
>but people should be able to endorse whoever the want as well as dis anyone
>further, in the "feature" section it is much more important to NOT endorse
>anyone, ever - in my opinion.
>meanwhile; is that article a premade mass ad?
> if it is, i support your proposal to delete it.
> . i would additionally propose that as soon as possible,
>IMCworc posts it's policy on such
>anarchist for free speech,
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