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EDITORIAL: Angry, hateful, violent, extremist liberals - Washington Times

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EDITORIAL: Angry, hateful, violent, extremist liberals - Washington Times

Google joins protest against Russia's web blacklist

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A protest against Russian proposals to block websites deemed illegal has brought out the web’s big beast, after the bill was passed by the lower house of the country’s parliament. The Duma passed bill  89417-6, in which the government proposed creating a blacklist of websites containing child porn, drug-related and extremist material...
Google joins protest against Russia's web blacklist

Russia's Internet blacklist looms in freedom crackdown

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The country's move to strengthen its "Internet blacklist" may result in blockage of porn, drug-related, and "extremist" sites. Would it also threaten political protests? [Read more]...
Russia's Internet blacklist looms in freedom crackdown

Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

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Readers react to a proposal for a longer school year and day.    ...
Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

FTC Reminds EPIC That Suing The FTC To Get It To Investigate Google Might Not Be The Best Idea

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If you're unfamiliar with EPIC, it's an extremist "privacy" rights group. We've called the group out in the past for its rather ridiculous position on privacy issues. EPIC has particularly had it in for Google, which it appears to think is the evilest of evil sites and the government has...
FTC Reminds EPIC That Suing The FTC To Get It To Investigate Google Might Not Be The Best Idea

Google, Facebook and Twitter sued in Kazakhstan over distribution of extremist content

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In a lawsuit, the public prosecution office of Almaty, Kazakhstan has demanded from Google, Facebook, Twitter, and blogging platform LiveJournal, which is particularly popular among Russian-speaking bloggers, to stop publishing content from opposition media, Novosti-Kazakhstan reports. In other words, prosecutors want Google and others to shut down pages, groups, and/or blogs that...
Google, Facebook and Twitter sued in Kazakhstan over distribution of extremist content
If You Give Trolls a Purpose Do They Cease to Be Trolls?

SOPA-style protests reject Russian bill to blacklist websites

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Russian-language sites are protesting a bill submitted to the lower house of Russian parliament this week. The bill would create a national registry of blacklisted sites that contained child pornography, extremist ideas, and suicide- or drug-related content. Many of the bill's opponents say Duma Bill 89417-6 (titled "On protection of children...
SOPA-style protests reject Russian bill to blacklist websites

London cops signs in Internet cafe warn against loading porn and "extremism"

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While taking my lunch break today in Leather Lane in Clerkenwell (London), I spotted this sign on the door of an Internet Cafe, warning that you might be ejected or arrested if you use the computers to download porn or "extremist" information. No porn or jihadis, sign, Internet Cafe,...
London cops signs in Internet cafe warn against loading porn and "extremism"

Facebook 'Likes' Considered Key Evidence In 'Terrorist' Plot

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We've written a few times about how the FBI has been doing a bang up job foiling its own terrorist plots, so we're a bit skeptical every time we see headlines of some giant "terrorist bust." Almost every time, once you dig into the details, it involves some gullible, confused...
Facebook 'Likes' Considered Key Evidence In 'Terrorist' Plot

And Now Let's Analyze Mitt Romney's Plan To Fix The Economy...

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Last fall, in the heat of the primaries, Mitt Romney published his plan to fix the economy. At the time, the plan was mostly ignored. It was also criticized for being vague, timid, and complex. Among the fire-and-brimstone pronouncements of the fringe candidates, 87-pages of just-right-of-center economic policies don't generate...
And Now Let's Analyze Mitt Romney's Plan To Fix The Economy...

MPs fear far-right terror threat

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MPs call on internet service providers to make greater efforts to remove violent extremist material....
MPs fear far-right terror threat

The fight for control of the internet has become critical | John Kampfner

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If plans to put cyberspace under a secretive UN agency go through, states' censoring of the web will be globally enshrinedIn horror movies, the scariest moments usually come from the monster you can't see. So the same goes for real life, or at least online life. Over the past few...
The fight for control of the internet has become critical | John Kampfner
You'll never guess which country asks Google for information about users the most

ITU Boss Explains Why He Wants The UN To Start Regulating The Internet

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We've written a few times about why we should be worried about the ITU (a part of the UN) and its attempts to regulate the internet, to which some have responded by arguing that the ITU/UN doesn't really want to regulate the internet. However, the Secretary-General of the ITU, Hamadoun...
ITU Boss Explains Why He Wants The UN To Start Regulating The Internet

SPLC Declares Paul and Napolitano “Extremist” Enablers

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SPLC Declares Paul and Napolitano “Extremist” Enablers

New Hampshire Politicians Want To Make 'Satellite View' On Maps A Criminal Offense

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This is insane. Some politicians in New Hampshire have put forth a bill that would make it illegal to do aerial photography of any "residential dwelling." The key text of HB-619-FN is as follows: A person is guilty of a class A misdemeanor if such person knowingly creates or assists...
New Hampshire Politicians Want To Make 'Satellite View' On Maps A Criminal Offense

Google Ideas helps launch Against Violent Extremism online network

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Google's "think/do tank" Google Ideas is helping launch a new online network aimed at connecting those who have been affected by violent extremism. Called Against Violent Extremism (AVE), the network was created by the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, with help from partners like Google and the Gen Next Foundation....
Google Ideas helps launch Against Violent Extremism online network

Internet biggest breeding ground for violent extremism, ministers warn

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Websites now pose bigger risk than prisons, says report, prompting call to clamp down on 'unregulated' materialThe internet now plays a part in most, if not all, cases of violent radicalisation and is a more significant recruiting ground than prisons, universities or places of worship, according to report by a...
Internet biggest breeding ground for violent extremism, ministers warn

RIAA Still Can't Figure Out How To Use Google's DMCA Tools, Blames Google

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This will hardly comes as a surprise, but the RIAA and other "anti-piracy groups" are still complaining that Google "isn't doing enough" to prop up their old and obsolete business models. The latest complaint? That Google's system only accepts a mere 10,000 DMCA takedowns per day and somehow that's just...
RIAA Still Can't Figure Out How To Use Google's DMCA Tools, Blames Google
FBI interviewed dead Boston bombing suspect two years ago, on suspicion of extremist ties

Russia Plans Internet Censorship Bill (For The Children!); Russian Wikipedia Blacks Out In Protest

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Over in Russia, they're preparing some new internet legislation that would censor the internet using the typical bogeymen. The claim from supporters is that the law is to block access to information on drugs, suicide and child porn -- all to protect the children. The way it works is with...
Russia Plans Internet Censorship Bill (For The Children!); Russian Wikipedia Blacks Out In Protest
Russian Wikipedia goes dark in protest of proposed web censorship

David Frum acolyte and Neocon John Avlon attacks extremist Tea Baggers

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David Frum acolyte and Neocon John Avlon attacks extremist Tea Baggers

Muslim activists: Fight extreme materials online with counter messages

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Moderate Muslims and other people concerned with online radicalization efforts need to counter the extremist propaganda young Muslims are getting on the Web with more positive messages, members of the U.S. Islamic community said....
Muslim activists: Fight extreme materials online with counter messages

France criminalizes citizens who visit terrorist and hate Web sites

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After a self-described extremist went on a hate crime-fueled killing spree, President Sarkozy announces it is now illegal to frequent Web sites that promote terrorism or hate. [Read more]...
France criminalizes citizens who visit terrorist and hate Web sites

Muslim activists: Fight extreme materials online with counter messages

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Moderate Muslims and other people concerned with online radicalization efforts need to counter the extremist propaganda young Muslims are getting on the Web with more positive messages, members of the U.S. Islamic community said.Muslims interested in radical Islam have many online resources, but law enforcement agencies and the Muslim...
Muslim activists: Fight extreme materials online with counter messages

Anonymous reportedly behind attack on Tunisian Islamist sites

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In what is believed to be an attack by hacker group Anonymous, several sites belonging to Tunisian Islamist groups have been hacked, AFP reports. Several messages were left on the groups’ Facebook pages, warning them against introducing strict Salafist laws to the country, by members claiming to be part of...
Anonymous reportedly behind attack on Tunisian Islamist sites

Who Needs SOPA When Courts Will Pretend SOPA Already Exists?

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Back in November, we wrote about one of a series of cases we had seen where trademark holders were going to court with a list of domain names that they insisted were selling counterfeit goods and getting the courts to issue injunctions that appeared to be quite similar to what...
Who Needs SOPA When Courts Will Pretend SOPA Already Exists?

EU Censorship Plan With A Cheesy Name: The Clean IT Project

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A couple of weeks ago, Techdirt reported on UK politicians calling for ISPs to "take down" terrorist content. Now it seems that the idea has not only spread to other European countries, but even acquired a cheesy name: "the Clean IT Project". The internet plays a central role and is...
EU Censorship Plan With A Cheesy Name: The Clean IT Project
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