A flurry of Muslim nations have blocked YouTube in the wake of the recent anti-Islamic video, which depicts the prophet Muhammad as an idiot and a sexual deviant. Free speech advocates must ask themselves whether their cause is better served by allowing a single offensive video to block the entire site — or tailoring YouTube’s content to different community standards around the world.
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