SkeptiSys

July 29, 2009

Freedom of the press? Censorship of Rorschach’s tests.

Filed under: law, News, politics — Tags: , , , — skeptisys @ 10:08 am

In America, the large corporate entities that govern the country have found another bizarre step in their attempt to completely control speech on the Internet: censorship of non-copyrighted material.  Seriously.

From today’s New York Times: an article about the availability of Rorschach tests on Wikipedia in which they liken the posting of the Rorschach tests to cheating and immorality.  The article is so slanted, it has to be read carefully to determine if it was penned by The Onion.

Please read the article for yourself, and look carefully for the answer to two major questions:

1.  Why are people able to publish the Rorshach tests in books freely, but not on the Internet?

2. Why should any group (psychologists in this instance) have more access to free available information than the rest of the public?

I couldn’t find the answers in the article.

Disclaimer: I have participated in the administration and analysis of psychological tests in my business capacity (we paid for all tests in full), and come from a family of Psychologists.

I see Marlon Brando being attacked by a pig.  Is that normal, doc?

I see Marlon Brando being attacked by a pig. Is that normal, doc?

Others see Thelonious Monk (Mad times).

2 Comments »

  1. excellent..

    Comment by Anonymous — August 17, 2009 @ 10:15 pm

  2. excellent..
    you should put “whose line” back on air.

    you’re like douglas Adams, (who, i think, is now living as Megan McCormick)

    Comment by Vani (India) — August 17, 2009 @ 10:29 pm


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