• "This could be bad news for free speech and bad news for economic development, " says Palfrey.

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  • By contrast, a 2002 study found that only two countries censored the Web, says Palfrey, who is also an investigator at OpenNet.

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  • Palfrey compares the country's erratic censorship with that of the Chinese government, which has had a similar pattern of blocking and unblocking portions of the Internet.

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  • According to Palfrey, the most effective way to prevent government Internet censorship would be for the tech firms to work with the U.S. trade representative to develop trade sanctions for violating countries.

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  • John Palfrey, a Harvard Law professor and researcher at the Open Net Initiative, worries that video sites without government ties could be wiped out altogether in preparation for the public relations battles surrounding the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.

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  • But neither Myanmar nor any other country has ever attempted a sudden shutdown of the Internet, and the cutoff from the outside world was unsustainable, according to John Palfrey, executive director of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School.

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