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UK Regime Threatens 6 Years in Jail for offending Transgender and Muslims online

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People promoting “hostility” towards a religion or the transgendered online could get much harsher sentences, of up to six years in jail, especial if they have a large online audience according to new proposals. The Sentencing Council for England and Wales has drafted changes to public order offences, including anyone perceived as targeting online a “protected characteristics” including “race;... 

Christmas Horror: ‘Exquisite Human Leather’ Products Being Sold Online

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Extremely discerning clientele can now purchase their own one-of-a-kind ‘human leather’ products such as wallets, belts, and shoes online but prices start at $14,000 USD, according to the company which handcrafts the items out of the ‘finest leather known.’ That’s right, you can now order your very own wallet or belt made from a previously living human being despite the fact that human leather,... 

Leftists and Media Cheer as Mega-Corporations Strip Away Free Speech Rights

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Some 25 years ago when I made the move from the political left to the political right, I took with me three liberal ideals: I remained an extremist on the issues of free speech and the rights of the accused, and have held on to my loathing for Big Business. A quick glance at today’s headlines proves that those ideals no longer belong to the left. From President Trump to George Zimmerman to Antifa,... 

Dating Apps Lower Self-Esteem

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Online dating will damage your self-esteem and leaves people more upset about how they look. A study has found putting pictures online, to be judged by strangers who can swipe right if they like you or left to reject you, only leads to insecurity. People who have signed up to online dating are less happy with their face and body, worry more about being attractive and compare themselves to others. The... 

UK Government Cancels Plan to Snoop Citizens on Internet

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The British government has abandoned a controversial plan to allow the police and security services full access to people’s Internet browsing history. The Home Office said it removed several contentious proposals from the surveillance bill, as it fears that the plan to snoop on Internet users would be rejected in parliament over civil liberties concerns. Back in May, British ministers claimed the... 

America Readies To End The Free Internet - Matt Drudge

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Matt Drudge warns that the very foundation of the free Internet is under severe threat from copyright laws that could ban independent media outlets, revealing that he was told directly by a Supreme Court Justice, “It’s over for me.” During an appearance on the Alex Jones Show, Drudge asserted that copyright laws which prevent websites from even linking to news stories were being advanced. “I... 

Saudi Arabia criticized for blocking Human Rights group website

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A human rights group has criticized Saudi Arabia for blocking its website inside the conservative Persian Gulf Arab kingdom. The [Persian] Gulf Center for Human Rights posted a message on its website (http://gc4hr.org) on Tuesday deploring the move “as a form of repression that is part of intimidation patterns that are being used persistently in the Kingdom these days.” Attempts inside the... 

​Internet Slowdown Day: Leading web companies fight for Net Neutrality

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Reddit, Netflix, Foursquare, Mozilla, Vimeo, and WordPress are backing the ‘Internet Slowdown’ protest against proposed US regulations that would segregate internet surfing speeds and kill “net neutrality.” The September 10 protest features a revolving icon, symbolizing slow connectivity, illustrating how losing net neutrality would harm websites and other online services. The US Federal Communications... 

Great Obama Firewall Descends Upon America

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In a world where the United Nations’ Human Rights Council unanimously ruled that Internet access is a human right, a committee of the European Parliament voted to protect the Internet for their citizens, the nation of Finland became the first country in the world to declare broadband Internet access a legal right, and the peoples of South Korea, Switzerland, Germany, France (to just name a few)... 

Get Ready to Pay More Online: Supremes Refuse to Hear Internet Tax Case

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In another blow to the Constitution, the Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a case by Amazon and Overstock.com challenging a law that requires online retailers to collect sales tax in states where they have no physical presence. The Supreme Court refusal to hear the case will allow state governments to tax online retailers and turn online retailers into de facto tax collection agencies. The... 

Mozilla CEO: 30 mln not nerds, get online or get out of govt!

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The increasing role the internet plays in life clearly shows that being familiar with the media is a sine qua non condition for policymakers, believes Mozilla CEO Gary Kovacs. ­The head of the top IT player was speaking on the impact of anti-piracy protests in January, which resulted in the controversial SOPA/PIPA bills being shelved. Mozilla was among the internet giants that campaigned against... 

Government Proposes Massive Shift In Online Privacy Policy

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Changes Would Pose Serious Threat To Americans’ Personal Information, Says ACLU The American Civil Liberties Union submitted comments today to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) opposing its recent proposal to reverse current federal policy and allow the use of web tracking technologies, like cookies, on federal government websites. Cookies can be used to track an Internet user’s every... 
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Proposed New Law Would Let Police Snoop On What You Do Online In Canada

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It’s not exactly Big Brother and the overall intentions seem to have the public’s best interests at heart. But many are very uncomfortable about a proposed new law introduced in the House of Commons on Thursday that could affect anyone using the Internet in Canada. The bill, with the unwieldy name of “An Act Regulating Telecommunications Facilities to Support Investigations,”... 

Wal-Mart: Lose Money, Live Worse

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Criminal Jews behind the Wal-Mart phenomenon give us some ‘cheer’ by telling us that Wal-Mart Stores Inc. expects to hire more than 22,000 people to staff its 142-157 new or expanded domestic stores in 2009. “During this difficult economic time, we’re proud to be able to create quality jobs for thousands of Americans this year,” Eduardo Castro-Wright, vice chairman of Wal-Mart U.S., said... 
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