It's been a bad week for free speech, with censured shirts and prior restraints on speech.
We were all ready to lambast the Ninth Circuit's opinion in Dariano v. Morgan Hill, where the court allowed a school district to ban t-shirts with the American Flag on them (for safety!). Then, the court topped itself, with a idiotic takedown order of the infamous and also idiotic "Innocence of Muslims" video on YouTube, due to an actress's copyright claim over her fifteen seconds of footage.
It gets worse: the court also made their order under seal, with a gag order in place. Once, twice, three times a censor.