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26 January 2012

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A quote from the Vietnam link: "'It's an unintended public relations chain effect -- in Vietnam, any banned books become best-selling, because people are curious.'"

This just goes to show that, it doesn't matter what country the banning (or attempts at banning) are happening in, the censors never seem to realize that they're only making the thing being banned more popular. Why does this always come as such a surprise?

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