From AintitCool News:
A few weeks ago, the British House of Commons passed a law banning the "glorificationâ€ of terrorism. This proposal is viewed as frighteningly broad, as the word "glorificationâ€ could have many interpretations and definitions. Obviously, this lack of clarity brings with it the potential for tremendous abuse of authority.
The timing of this measure is grimly ironic given the impending release of V FOR VENDETTA, an incendiary film that passionately renounces such lawmaking, and constantly reminds us that the obliteration of freedom â€“ both personal and broad â€“ tends to start in simple, subtle, and apparently well-intended ways.