Pages tagged with Censorship

Google is one of the largest, most valuable, and most beneficial companies in the world, but it could still self-destruct.
YouTube is under pressure to remove offensive advertisements. Obviously it needs the revenue, but should it?
A recent personal experience raised some interesting questions about thoughts words and minimum ethical standards in our society.
An article addressing the possible reasons for the lack of awareness in important world issues. We don’t know because we don’t care, and we don’t care because we don’t know, if you will.
Opinion piece on the need for social freedom in India
Young people are finding their collective voice in a program called "Youth Speaks," where they come together to recite poetry in the vernacular of their generation.
A potted history of the anti-censorship pressure group NCROPA.
Right wing movements are afoot all across the nation that attempt to force an ultra-conservative agenda upon America's children, and there seems to be no limit to the lengths to which they will go in order to imprint their myopic view upon our high school students.
Those of us who moderate articles for Wikinut see thousands of articles in the course of performing our duties, and they express a wide variety of views. While we may not agree with some of the viewpoints they offer, it is not in our province to censor them.
Does the US government's relinquishing oversight of ICANN or the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers putting the internet at risk of censorship?
There is an ambitious project on the way to make internet accessible to every human being on earth no matter what country you live in.
The rise of the corporate media, where only six corporations control virtually all of the print and broadcast outlets in the nation, has left the American people woefully uninformed and ignorant. There is so much news that is unreported that it is a major scandal.
Most Americans operate under the mistaken notion that a free press exists in their country, but nothing could be further from the truth. Rest assured that in this nation, with the complicity of the mainstream press, we never hear what the government does not want us to hear.
The governor thought Mr. Zinn's book was anti-American and subversive, and he wanted it banned. He could never have guessed what happened next.
Now that the Obama administration has become the most aggressive in history in going after and prosecuting whistleblowers, a new, secure "drop box" for leaks, thanks to the genius of the late Aaron Swartz, is up and running.
The Obama administration, by what it is doing, is turning out to be more contemptuous of the rule of law and constitutional limits and safeguards than even the Bush administration, and that takes a lot of doing.
Bubblews often sends messages to it's bloggers telling them that their accounts have been manipulated-meaning that someone has clicked on too many of their blogs in too short of a period of time and they refuse to pay them. This is no fault of the blogger,it is totally Bubblews scam p...
Comments, given in a respectful manner, but contrary to the author's beliefs, are being deleted, but attacks are made and allowed to remain on the page.. These are attacks, i.e. accusing me (Ivyevelyn) of needing, "a sexual experience with another woman" and being told to "*** OFF, s...
Governments are cracking down and interfering with the people's right to know. This is a frightening development which should concern all of us who value democracy.
The effects of Google's new (anti) Privacy Policy on those who use its Search Engine
You've probably seen the word SOPA (and its equally unattractive sibling, PIPA) around the social web.Perhaps you saw that picture of a man with tape covering his mouth.You may even have felt that it was not so bad and that it was just going to go away...
Censoring internet is one way to block content by government so that people can’t reach it. Content which is available online is watched by official and any content against government or improper content is censored. In one word if you try to open social networking site like Facebo...
There are many kinds of freedom, and the kind you get depends on where you live.
The Nazis conducted book burnings in order to control the minds of the Germans leading up to World War II.
A short look at the prolific novel by George Orwell. The thoughts of a dying man, written on his death bed chronicling his view on what the future may hold.
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