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Why stop there?

Great to see that Pakistan has blocked YouTube and Saudi Arabia is considering the same over the Innocence of Muslims film (GDN, September 19).

I wish they'd gone the whole way and banned the Internet and all computers lest someone should get hold of a hard copy.

TVs, DVDs and VCRs would have to go too, naturally. Radio as well.

As a matter of fact, it might be better to confine the entire population to their homes 24/7 to ensure no contact whatsoever.

All well worth it to avoid a stupid video made by some attention-seeking buffoons.

Jim, from Canada

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