It sucks. I cant say it with different words cause I call it almost a clear cencorship. I know some will disagre (for a valid reason which I respect), but what I am talking about is the meaning behind it how easy "some" content can be blocked to a specific group of users. What I am talking about is the block of certain sites when you browse the internet cause you are living in a area or part of your country where the gouvernement or companies limit your view. I am not talking about China, Korea, Russia or anything. No its Germany. To elaborate, since Youtube went in to a argument with the GEMA it now is for a person browsing from Germany not possible to "see" videos that have a conection with the GEMA anymore to make it short as they believe artists supported by the GEMA get cheated in some way. So you have no acces to those videos if aou are not working in some way around it (there are ways which I will not explain now though). YouTube now pulls music videos out of Germany The thing is just that even in a liberal nation like Germany you have definetly tools that allowe for cencorship. So did I heard for example from serious sources that certain German states do for example block certain links completely so they are not available if you just browse with your IP located in that part of Germany. Now if you think about some fascistic content this might be at one point "understandable", but who does control what is in content and information a "issue"? Who is in charge to decide that this website needs to be cencored and blocked while others not? Why do certain states block some sites when others do not ? Where is the sense behind this? I dont want to say that I am afraid, but I definetly think that it is a evolution and trend I definetly do not welcome. And dont want to support. Though how is it in other states? Whats the stiuation in, Croatia? USA? Canada? What is your oppinion? Do you think the Internet does indeed need some regulation? by the Gouvernement? Or should a sane, grown up person not decide for him self what is a "valuable" information and what not?