Deja vu all over again

January 10, 2006

Not to say that this kind of a snafu on the part of a Rupert Murdoch associated move was expected, but it seems like My Space users are finding their actions censored after the acquisition of My Space by the News Corporation.

Angry members of MySpace, the personal file-sharing website for young adults, are accusing Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation of censoring their postings and blocking their access to rival sites.</p>

The 38 million subscribers to MySpace, which News Corp bought for $629m (£355m) last July, discovered that when they wrote to each other about rival video-swapping site YouTube, the words were automatically deleted, and attempts to download video images from YouTube led to blank screens.</strong>

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