“You can say whatever you want (on the internet) to whomever you want, whenever you want, however you want and the government can’t regulate you, the government can’t punish you and you don’t need the government’s permission. That’s terrific, because if the government enters in this, soon you will need their permission, they will punish you, they will restrict you and they will know what’s going on,” said Napolitano.
From Al Jazeera English:
This week, Listening Post gets to the heart of the story – a story that involves the Communist Party and its effort to redefine itself for a new decade under Xi Jinping. His talk of a ‘Chinese Dream’ envisages a new, more in-touch Communist Party that will stamp out corruption and usher in a new era of prosperity. But does that dream include a constitution that protects liberties and freedom for the press?