Rupert Murdoch: Free-Speech Nimby

"One can see that free-speech Nimbyism is installed everywhere. Think of Rupert Murdoch a few years ago, when he first acclaimed satellite TV as a means of destroying totalitarianism, and soon after, when the Chinese government objected to a

[BBC] show featuring Mao's sex life, ejected the BBC from his Star satellite service..."

[As a young student at Oxford, Murdoch kept a bust of Lenin in his room.]

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