In October of 1997, Time magazine did a cover-story about America Online -- including a one-page profile of AOL Watch creator David Cassel. Seizing the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity -- to publish a domain name in magazine read by millions -- Cassel registered the domain name "aolwatch" -- and received thousands of visits. For the first edition of AOL Watch, Cassel selected one of the most powerful stories about AOL -- illustrating one man's struggle against the giant corporation's policy.

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The months since have shown AOL's policy wasn't an isolated incident. AOL still hosts a web page for the KKK -- though removing others as "offensive". Tomorrow, "AOL Watch Showcase" concludes with funny -- and scary -- acts of AOL censorship. Plus a few surprises...