- "It's not as if this crowd doesn't know how to voice its concerns. When self-interest is involved, there's no shortage of talking heads eager to bloviate. So it was that several stars from the high-tech firmament dutifully trooped to Capitol Hill last year when Congress debated Net neutrality legislation. No less a personage than Google CEO Eric Schmidt publicly lectured how those who understand such things need to educate government about the Internet's role in society.
"Probably a good idea, too. How about extending that noble concern to a disquisition on the Wolf case and the importance of free Internet journalism -- practiced in a myriad of ways -- in that same society?"