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Miller Beer filters out photos of its own company-sponsored public indecency

By Michelle Malkin  •  October 5, 2007 08:08 PM

Yesterday, I noted the richly ironic disclaimer on Miller Lite’s website warning visitors that they may not “post or transmit to this Web site any unlawful, pornographic, obscene, profane, defamatory, libelous, threatening or otherwise objectionable material.”

You know, like the uncensored photos of the Miller-sponsored, Miller-approved Folsom Street Fair.

Now comes word from one of my readers that his e-mail to Miller spokesman Julian Green, which included a few of undercover investigative photojournalist Zombie’s photos attached to it, just bounced back.

The message?

The MessageLabs Email Security System has identified a file attachment in an e-mail sent by you that has been deemed to be potentially unacceptable by either your Domain Administrator or the Recipient’s Domain Administrator.

The subject title of the e-mail was: –
Folsom Street Fair

The recipient address of the e-mail was: –

Here’s a snippet of one of the rejected photos. I’ll leave the rest to your imagination. If anyone deserves a public flogging it’s Miller Beer officials:


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