Please forward to ministers Ed Vaizey and Jeremy Hunt my concerns at their plans to allow businesses to decide on a motive of profit the parts of the Internet that should be accessible to British citizens, and which British Citizens should be permitted to use the internet.
There are no shortage of "Pharoah's Magicians" in the lobby's of government selling the idea that there is always a technical solution for whatever problem ails us - even though this has never yet been the case.
Government censorship has a long and fine tradition, practised across the world from the USA to China, but it is dignified in some way by the fact that it is done in the name of preserving the stability of the government and nation.
Auctioning off the right of censorship to non-natural persons (companies) to wield for their own profit is laughable and an indication as to who the real masters-in-government are; i.e. not the elected members of parliament at all.
If the copyright holders can't turn a profit then they need to look at how they do their business and not diversify into nation-oppression. They should make use of legal remedies that do exist instead of seeking authority that allows them to sidestep the judiciary and elected members of parliament.
If my freedom of speech is to be suppressed it will be by Her Majesty's Government and not some temporary conglomerate of national and foreign entertainment industries.
If propping up the failing entertainment industry is the best that ministers Ed Vaizey and Jeremy Hunt have got to work on, they should step aside.