Born in Soviet Russia, Google cofounder Sergey Brin likes to declare his opposition to censorship against free speech. But he has a hard time keeping the rest of Google on the same page. In December, lawyers for the jailed Russian oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky posted a video to YouTube which appears to depict violent abuse in the Yekaterinburg prisoner camp. After a February 12 Wall Street Journal editorial directed readers to the video, YouTube moderators removed it. Now, but only after protests, it's back. Clip — NSFTWI, or not safe for the willfully ignorant, at Google or elswehere — below.
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