I’m not making this up (but I’m going from memory so I may have paraphrased a bit):
The problem with censorship is who’s going to do it; that’s why I have my home network locked down at the router.
One of the men in the conversation then recited:
Information wants to be free.
The two of them then gave disturbing, and positively Orwellian, interpretations that missed not one but both meanings of the phrase.
BTW: Lest I be accused of Mormon bashing, let me note that as parents of a teen and a tween we’re struggling with the same issues. The key word is “struggling”, because what’s important is the admission of ambiguity.