|Illegal content? WTF?
That Movistar, a Spanish company under the directions of Spain where freedom of expression cannot be questioned, has caved in to some hacker or boligarch creep is already something to be worried about. Apparently Intercable is also blocking it in some sectors and I shall know about it first hand tonight.
Alek Boyd has replied and as a public service after the jump you can find his whole entry. So from now on whoever the fuck is demanding to block Infodio will have also to block Blogger and more. I am thus in solidarity with Alek Boyd and I deeply hope that Movistar offers an apology or at least an explanation ASAP. We will not get silenced and if Alek cannot publish in Venezuela then just as Dollar Today did, we will find ways to expose all these creeps that have looted the country. Maybe we cannot get their money back but they will never get the social respectability they all crave so much. This is not the XIX century anymore even if chavismo and its corrupt hacks operate under that premise.