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least [http://www.isp-planet.com/research/rankings/usa.html 24.1% of the United States]*, including most of [[2005-07-16 How Comcast Censors Political Content|most of Washington DC]], is behind walls of [[2009-11-18 How we discovered Verizon's Spamdetector could be twisted into a disguise for censorship|unofficial, unaccountable censorship]] rather like the so-called [[wikipedia:Golden Shield Project|Great Firewall of China]]? (*[[Verizon]] 8.8%, [[Comcast]] 15.3%)
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This is where items from the front page "Did You Know?" section are kept. Everything except the current piece is marked off as "noinclude".
Hugh Thompson, Jr., a helicopter pilot during the Vietnam War who is credited with stopping the My Lai Massacre, was shunned for years by fellow soldiers, received death threats, and was once told by a congressman that he was the only American who should be punished over the massacre? [W] 
taken down 2009-11-19
Great Corporate Firewall of America
...that at least 24.1% of the United States*, including most of most of Washington DC, is behind walls of unofficial, unaccountable censorship rather like the so-called Great Firewall of China? (*Verizon 8.8%, Comcast 15.3%) Update: In 2010, a federal appeals court ruled that this is ok.