First it was China. Now it’s Italy!
“It looks like the blogger is being punished for his bad language and not because he posted false information, which is unacceptable. He was found responsible for comments posted on his blog by some of his readers, a decision which goes against European jurisprudence.”
“This verdict could well have a negative effect on the Italian blogosphere, in pushing people running a blog into wrongly censoring messages posted by visitors,” said Reporters Without Borders.
Italy, please, I love your food, weather and everything about your country. Give us stupid, grumpy, bad-mouthed bloggers a chance!