Seymour, Richard. "Bloggers Evade Internet Censorship in Repressive Countries." Middle East
388 (Apr. 2008): 62-63. Rpt. in Censorship. Ed. Byron L. Stay. San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 1997. Opposing Viewpoints. Gale Power Search. Web. 16 Feb. 2012.
Mr. Seymour is against Internet censoring. He defines his points clearly and effectively, and his evidence is logical and relative to his thesis. The article is very convincing. Personally, I agree with Mr. Seymour. Blogs are run by the people who have the opinions. There are no middle-men who can cut and change what they post. Also, the Internet is a global forum of opinions. No one, whether it be a single person or an entire government, will be able to cut it down or completely censor it. The Internet will always prevail over those who try to oppose it.