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January 25, 2010


Tim Lister

I don't think they really believe they can keep him off the net completely, but it does give them ammunition to take preemptive action if he's caught online.

Steve Candelario

The restrictions placed upon Love's release is going to be impossible to control. When there is a will, there is a way. Anyone can access the internet in many different ways. Internet cafe's, the use of someone else's computer, Blackberry bought by someone else, library, etc. Internet servcie i.e., Verizon & At&T can be obtained under someone else's name. How is that going to be regulated? They can place a ban, but how is it going to be controled?

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