new-york-timesMartin London, counsel to the law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, who has litigated on First Amendment issues, says the federal government “should move decisively to block Inspire on the web.” Inspire, an online English language magazine, is said to be published by al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). “The online magazine proclaims its goals of providing inspiration and justification to inflict harm on the United States as well as Britain, France and other countries, by killing its citizens, preferably in large numbers. It encourages its readers to engage in attacks,” writes London. After citing instances when the state shut down the First Amendment, London writes: “The federal government should move decisively to block Inspire on the web. It is criminal incitement that has produced lawless action, and no sentient judge would today say otherwise.” Inspire, which some believe is produced by the CIA, pales when compared to The New York Times. More