SOFTWARE King of the World Sir William Gates III has warned governments across the globe that it is useless to censor Internet sites.
King Willy said that once a country was plugged into the world wide web the ability to withhold information does not exist as information can be sent in emails or other more untrackable methods.
Speaking to a Microsoft-sponsored forum, Gates said that if there was a desire by the population to know something, it was going to get out.
This information would be a little surprising to human rights groups which have attacked Vole for caving into China's restrictions of free speech.
Last year Microsoft shut down the site of a popular Chinese blog at the request of the Chinese. More in the Sydney Morning Herald, here: http://www.smh.com.au/news/bre...