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Comment Re:Do we forbid judges from reading newspapers? No (Score 1) 120

I agree because the internet has become the greatest tool that average citizens have to participate in the democratic process. To restrict their free speech is a restriction on the power of citizens to effect change on their government. Free speech is a cornerstone of America, and should not be forfeited due to a supposed "clouding" of a judge's final bottom-line.

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