Wired reports on the Canadian judge who has banned foreign journalists from publishing certain details revealed in a murder trial, even on the Internet. There’s no question that geography can no longer be a sufficient barrier to prevent a jury pool from gaining access to information. I don’t see why the news organizations are up in arms about this — if they are prohibited from publishing certain information on a trial, why can’t they understand it applies to all media, and that there isn’t an Internet exception?