ALA just sent out an email about "Banned Books Week" which this year will be running 9/29-10/6.
This got me thinking of access to the Internet and other bandwidth issues, and how the absence of access/bandwidth might relate to more "traditional" forms of censorship.
With books, you can simply do away with them or alter them to fit your world view. That's censorship old-style.
In a networked world, it's all about access and bandwidth. This opens up a whole new set of vulnerabilities.