November 19, 2008 at 09:16 AM EST
JuicyCampus Gets Banned From TSU, Cries Foul
JuicyCampus , a public, anonymous message board that basically encourages college students to gossip about each other (often using full names and with malicious intentions), got its first ban from a public university. Apparently, Tennessee State University's VP for Student Affairs, Michael Freeman has blocked access to the website, which spurred CEO & President of JuicyCampus Matt Ivester to write an open letter in response. Get ready for some drama, with Ivester claiming TSU is "joining the ranks of the Chinese government in internet censorship, and spitting in the faces of everyone who believes in free discourse online".
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