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Thursday, January 28, 2010


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Apparently, Vision Media uses his name in the course of its telephone sales pitch to non-profits, and believes that trotting out his name in a court filing will make its request for a prior restraint seductive.

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One wonders how Downs would feel if he knew about Vision Media’s hiding behind his name as an excuse for censorship, too.

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