First: Finland doesn't want this. This has been speculated by one prosecutor.

Secondly, media (as in publishers of newspapers and journalists and so on) probably doesn't want this. Control costs money and liability costs money. This sort of legislation would probably mean end of discussion services in Finnish media. That would be bad for the publishers, as these services attract big crowds and they require only small staff.

--KariHaakana, 13-May-2007


I certainly hope so. However, I am waiting for the inevitable "but this would be a way to stop kiddie porn" -card to be played by someone.

Yeah, and sorry for the slightly misleading headline - just using the best practices of tabloid newspapers... ;-)

--JanneJalkanen, 13-May-2007



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