Tag: freedom of speech

Evil Church

Why am I not surprised the DMCA is involved? Church, DMCA, and too many missing links By Molly Wood “How scary is the Church of Scientology? Well, I waffled on whether I should even write the column you’re about to read, because I figured I’d get CNET sued just by bringing up the topic. But …

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Inaccuracies in TV Reporting

The terrorism hoax in South Florida seemed to be the start of a game of “Telephone” amongst the TV news stations, with the initial information getting more and more distorted with each telling. If we want a really free press we should be aware of these (sometimes egregious) errors. Yet another reason to turn off …

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Diversity My Foot

It’s funny how diversity education never includes tolerance for orthodox religious views. Bible-Reading Prison Workers Win Minnesota Lawsuit “ST. PAUL, Minn. (Reuters) – Two prison employees reprimanded for reading their Bibles in silent protest of an employer-sponsored training session on homosexuality have been awarded $78,000 in damages by a federal jury, their attorney said on …

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Now You See It…

…Now you don’t. I agree with the creators of this software. Thomas Jefferson said it well. (Paraphrased) Those who would give up freedom for security deserve neither. Hackers Tackle Censorship With New Tool By Kim Zetter Camera/Shy encrypts messages into images, intended for political dissidents but useful for any secrets. The steganography tool, to be …

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Religion and Politics

The ACLJ can be a bit reactionary at times, but they have this right. Religious Freedom of Speech Petition “Churches and Christian organizations should be free to take strong positions on moral issues, even issues of political consequence, for the sake of our nation’s spiritual health. The Internal Revenue Service should not have effective censorship …

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