The new editing methods will be voluntary and will differ among the 32 publications and scientific associations that agreed to the effort.
In response, Felten argues:
:: posted by Bryan, 1:18 PM |
...the research we would be censoring is often the same research that we would use to defend ourselves.
In the current climate, it's not surprising that calls for censorship of research are resurfacing. Apparently we need to have a debate on this topic. What we don't need are slanted arguments that ignore the very real costs of censorship.