Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Not Burning As Many Books After All

I recently pointed you towards a controversy over some erotica writers being dropped or restricted from popular publishing services, which is related to this blog's concerns of relationship rights and freedom of expression. Now, the powers involved have apparently pulled back somewhat in their restrictions. reports that "PayPal Updates Erotica Policy: Target Is Specific Books With Obscene Images" and also of note is's report that the EFF is calling for payment neutrality after PayPal's U-turn.

To find one of the many human voices threatened in this matter, see "Dirty Mind vs Debit Card: Women Desire Taboos in Their Erotica" at Eden Connor Writes. The blogger interviews M. Keep, aka Anjasa.
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