China’s web police and filters are well known (scroll down), South Korea’s experiments in censoring the internet don’t get as much attention, but at least we still have nice open Japan to set an example for the rest of Northeast Asia.
Last week, a high school boy threw a bomb he built into a classroom full of people in order to punish one of the occupants for bullying him. Bullying has long been a problem in Japan, and news reports are filled with grisly stories of students killing themselves and each other because of it.
The youth said he learned how to build the bomb and pack it with nails for maximum casualties on the Internet.
So what is the government’s response in the aftermath this latest school bullying?
That’ right. . . Stricter policing of the Internet!
Damn! (via Japundit)
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