You're confusing the term "censorship" with the First Amendment.
Anyone can be a censor. The First Amendment only limits the government's ability to censor.
Boy, that will really send a message to the US.
You know what else would send a message? Asylum.
But if no one's feeling that bold, I'm sure the award will really pick Eddie's spirits up during the Russian winter.
But a single-book *title*? That's an overreach.
I always thought that was weird that an Ann-Arbor-based store neglected a huge part of its own state.
"With this technology, we have finally defeated privacy!"
Wish I could find the clip on YouTube...
Sometimes the gap between developers and users (even when those users are other developers) can be more of a chasm.
You're talking about Git right?
Because it involves cops...?
Nintendo's licensing policy that limited publishers to 5 games per year was a wonderful thing, and the lock-out chip was a necessary evil to make that happen. Did crap still come out? Yes, but much less of it.
Sure, Nintendo's done some dirty stuff (the Game Genie litigation was definitely uncool), but the lockout chip is not something I can hold against them given the era and circumstances.
DC Comics is part of Time Warner. So is Porky Pig.
Yeah, since 40 years ago. WB/DC is a known quantity, and citing that relationship to say something about Marvel/Disney is not necessarily germane.