This is ONE OF 2 responses to VC 26 John 11 ("2600")...
I am against any censorship, which means that though I don't particularly like to see this information distributed, like how to make a virus, and easily available, I would not object to its publication.
One thinks of a few other examples like this: exact details of how to build bombs, common untraceable poisons, etc.
My basic reasoning is that control of any kind of information by a specific group means giving that group the information and no one else. Publishing it only means that the distribution is democratic and not specific to particular groups who can then decide how much others can be trusted.