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CloudFlare CEO: “Inherently, there will be things on our network that make us uncomfortable”

August 19, 2013

The sentiment echoes one expressed by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) in September 2012 following YouTube’s decision not to block a video showing clips from “The Innocence of Muslims,” an “an anti-Islamic film that depicts Prophet Mohammed as a philanderer who approves of child abuse,” outside of Egypt and Libya.

“Once YouTube has made the decision to pro-actively censor its content, they start down a slippery slope that ends in YouTube Knows Best moral policing of every video on their site,” the EFF wrote on its blog. It continued:

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