NY Times Blackout in England?
Gaius Arbo has the details
. Apparently British readers can't read the article I linked a couple of posts below.Visitors who click on a link to the article, published Monday, instead got a notice explaining that British law "prohibits publication of prejudicial information about the defendants prior to trial." The blocked article reveals evidence authorities have in the alleged plot to use liquid explosives to down U.S. airliners over the Atlantic.
Maybe the concern was that with all the hand-wringing the Times did, the article might make it tougher to get a conviction?