BREAKING! NDAA - Rhode Island Rebelling? More States to follow? New American Revolution?Read more »
A team of German hackers aims to launch a network of communications satellites to completely circumvent government censorship of the Internet.Read more »
It’s OK to make a goofy film about Bigfoot on Mount Monadnock without a state permit despite New Hampshire regulations, the New Hampshire Supreme Court has ruled – but only because the peak in Jaffrey is so well known that it constitutes a “traditional public forum,” where free speech is especially protected.Read more »
You know the world has gone insane when FOX is on the side of liberty. This week the Supreme Court is hearing arguments in the case of FOX v. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over “fleeting expletives” uttered by Nicole Richie and Cher at the Billboard Music Awards almost 10 years ago (That’s the swift hand of justice for you).Read more »
A bill was proposed by a senator that would include a fine for violators, and require schools to record performances and save them for two years. Performers would have to sign a contract agreeing to certain standards.Read more »
A man in court.......mouth taped closed. Read more here:Read more »
We have to tread carefully here as Ron Paul supporters I think... Did you know about this?Read more »
Guess this Senator has never heard of Freedom of Speech... I guess maybe she plans on making it illegal.Read more »
When UK plumber Ian Puddick discovered his wife was having an affair, he contacted his wife's employer to have her moved to another department away from her lover. Ian's wife's lover was using his company expense account to woo her. When Ian went public with this information the result was a £1 million counter-terrorsim investigation. Ian's home and business were raided by Police and that was just the beginning.
If you think if you do nothing wrong you have nothing to hide, this story will likely change your mind.Read more »
Between SOPA and NDAA battle lines are being drawn across the Internet and this week it appears that web giant Google is standing by their unofficial corporate motto, “don’t be evil.” In their recent Transparency Report reflecting the time from January to June, 2011 they revealed their refusal to comply with law enforcement requests to block videos of police brutality on YouTubeRead more »
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