Thanks to dmouse for providing the scan of the September KM article:
Let's look at each paragraph.
Paragraph #1: Somehow the topic of e-mails is linked to "valueless things" and "unrestricted use" (whatever that is). Since the paragraph is speaking of private e-mails between "family and friends", it seems an invasion of privacy to take upon themselves authority to censor private mail.
Paragraph#2: Fancy that! Some are "overly eager" to send news of conventions! Don't they realise that they are supposed to be B O R I N G?
Paragraph#3: "Genuine godly devotion" hinges upon "accurate reports", eh? Hmmmm. I wonder how the "flip flops" in teachings fits in with this?
Paragraph #4: Surprisingly, there's not much "wrong" with this paragraph, perhaps because it's the only one to actually be based on scripture.
Paragraph #5: The article doesn't explain why or how there is "an appointed channel" of communication from God through the so-called "F&DS". But they then move smoothly into the claim that the only source of information for JWs is the WTS.
Paragraph #6: Perhaps the nub of the article is in this paragraph and the strongest commands are reserved for this one. "Don't do it" comes across loud and clear.
Paragraph #7: This concluding paragraph is perhaps the most mysterious, for the claim is made that by obeying the commands in the article, the reader will have minds that are filled with "precious and pleasant things of value" (Proverbs 24:4) Bible students would compare this text with Proverbs 8:21 which says more about Wisdom (personified) promising to bestow wealth on those who love her. No doubt Bible students would want to know what on earth Proverbs 24:4 has in common with the 'linked' statement about E-mails. Weird.