Cindy's Turnabout was the specific impetus for MIT to erase an archive of the alt. I smiled and informed her that the employee representative shared my tastes, and that if she talked to the newspapers, nobody would believe her and furthermore she wouldn't be able to get a job anywhere ever again. If she wanted her job, it was going to cost her. This attempted act of censorship proved both the illusory nature of unrestrained freedom on the fledgling Internet and the quixotic aspect of trying to decisively control the spread of content within it. Soon afterwards, Waterloo excluded the entire alt hierarchy, although there is dissent about whether this was intended as an act of censorship. I calmed her down after a while, and then laid it on the line. Eventually, her desire to continue paying rent won out, and she capitulated. Her look became troubled; it got even more troubled when I informed her that she would have to be my obediant sex slave. While the erasure of the original posting was technically successful, a thing that had previously been considered impossible, the notoriety of the story ensured continued re-postings of sometimes degraded versions saved on the mass storage of the newsgroup's readers. The story also led many institutions such as the University of Waterloo to, for the first time, exclude groups like alt. Despite being posted in alt. She protested, threatened to talk to the local employee representative and the newspapers. She seemed to be in shock as I laid out the details: To help her decide, I offered her double salary, and a position in a different department. The story itself details a corporate relationship where an Asian secretary is forced by financial pressure to accept sexual slavery. This page uses content from Wikipedia ; the original article has been deleted. Excerpt from the text, as on Totse.