Karp, on Colbert, More Supportive of Porn Than User Privacy From NSA

Last night, Tumblr founder David Karp appeared on The Colbert Report. Asked about pornography on Tumblr and the NSA's surveillance dragnet, Karp argued much more assertively for the rights of porn producers than for users who want to keep their information out of the government's hands.

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Last night, Tumblr founder David Karp appeared on The Colbert Report. Asked about pornography on Tumblr and the NSA’s surveillance dragnet, Karp argued much more assertively for the rights of porn producers than for users who want to keep their information out of the government’s hands.

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