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[08/09/2006] Newt Gingrich Considers Political Opposition, American Citizens, to be an \'\'Insurgency\'\'
Some have expressed concern over Newt Gingrich\'s use of the term \"insurgency\", while referring to Ned Lamont supporters in Connecticut. » More

[08/08/2006] Chinese Christians Start Hunger Strike to Protest Arrest of Fellow Christians
Thousands of Christians in eastern China initiated a hunger strike to protest against the communist regime arresting over fifty Christians in Hangzhou City on July 29. As reported on the BBC Chinese website, a Christian in Beijing disclosed that he had visited Christians being detained because of their involvement in a conflict with the Communist regime. » More

[03/22/2006] AOL\'s email tax row goes intergalactic
The wide-ranging coalition that objects to a tax on sending email has a new, and unexpected opponent. One that mere earthlings dare engage at their peril.\n » More

[03/17/2006] Picking on Protesters
I mean, terrorism is defined here so broadly, as anyone really opposing the administration‘s war policy, that I think it really highlights the need for both the courts and for Congress to play a little bit more of a role. » More

[03/16/2006] MySpace Is The Trojan Horse Of Internet Censorship
MySpace isn\'t cool, it isn\'t hip and it isn\'t trendy. It represents a cyber trojan horse and the media elite\'s last gasp effort to reclaim control of the Internet and sink it with a stranglehold of regulation, control and censorship. » More

[03/15/2006] Hidden surveillance: Administrators browse MySpace to track \"inappropriate\" behavior
When Economics teacher Eric Bloom read about parties at senior Cullen Hollyn-Taub\'s house on another Palo Alto High School student\'s MySpace profile, Bloom\'s only response was to make a casual joke in front of his class. » More

[03/14/2006] Christian Radio Host Fired For Criticizing Israel
The unAmerican thought police operating on American soil have struck once again. This time their victim is veteran Christian evangelist Dale Crowley, Jr. who has been the host of two popular radio programs broadcast over WFAX 1220-AM radio in the Washington area for the last 20 years.\n » More

[03/06/2006] E-mail delivery \'tax\' criticised
Plans to charge to deliver e-mail have come under fire from non-profit groups who said it could cripple fundraising. » More

[03/06/2006] Simpsons \'trump\' First Amendment
Americans know more about The Simpsons TV show than the US Constitution\'s First Amendment, an opinion poll says. » More

[03/02/2006] Tolls could dot the Internet highway
On the Internet, the traffic cops are blind -- they don\'t look at the data they\'re directing, and they don\'t give preferential treatment. » More

[03/02/2006] Senators back new broadband taxes
New broadband taxes may be on the horizon, if an influential senator and his like-minded colleagues get their way.\n » More

[02/28/2006] Patriot Act E-Mail Searches Apply to Non-Terrorists
Two federal judges in Florida have upheld the authority of individual courts to use the Patriot Act to order searches anywhere in the country for e-mails and computer data in all types of criminal investigations, overruling a magistrate who found that Congress limited such expanded jurisdiction to cases involving terrorism.\n » More

[02/28/2006] Celebrity castigations a microcosm of the broader attack on freedom
There has recently been a spate of reports concerning the castigation and investigation of various celebrities who have voiced a political opinion that is critical of the government, the \"war on terror\" or the war in Iraq. » More

[02/24/2006] German court convicts man for insulting Islam
A German court on Thursday convicted a businessman of insulting Islam by printing the word \"Koran\" on toilet paper and offering it to mosques. » More

[02/24/2006] Morrissey Quizzed By FBI
British pop star Morrissey was quizzed by the FBI and Britain\'s Special Branch after he called President Bush a \"terrorist\".\n » More

[02/24/2006] \"Not Guilty\" says woman arrested after hanging anti-Bush posters
The woman arrested and accused of assaulting police officers after hanging World Can\'t Wait posters in Cleveland Heights January 28 was arraigned in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court February 16. » More

[02/24/2006] Peace groups under watch
In the post-9/11 world, some unlikely figures have attracted the attention of local police and federal agents: the Raging Grannies, known for musical satire, and Quaker peace activists, known for non-violence. » More

[02/24/2006] Google Imposes Worldwide Ban On China Critical Website
For the first time in what some fear will signal a growing trend, Google Inc. has banned and removed a mainstream news website from all its worldwide search engines, seemingly due to the website\'s reports on China\'s geopolitical affairs and military technology. » More

[02/20/2006] The Internet and free speech don\'t click in China
So let me get this straight. It\'s OK to let China into the World Trade Organization. It\'s OK to give them favored trade status. But it\'s not OK to help the Chinese government crack down on political dissent. » More

[02/14/2006] Yahoo calls for policy on Web censorship
Yahoo Inc. responded to the firestorm of criticism it\'s endured after helping China\'s government limit free speech by releasing a statement Monday that described the Web portal\'s belief in openness and the need for an industrywide policy dealing with repressive regimes. » More

[02/09/2006] Two Weeks in Prison for Soccer fans who do Hitler impressions at Germany World Cup
GERMAN cops will use sweeping powers to collar England fans doing Basil Fawlty-style Hitler impressions at the World Cup.\n » More

[01/30/2006] US plans to \'fight the net\' revealed
A newly declassified document gives a fascinating glimpse into the US military\'s plans for \"information operations\" - from psychological operations, to attacks on hostile computer networks. » More

[11/16/2005] Serial killer art raises free speech debate
An online auction of artwork by a serial sex killer triggered outrage in Massachusetts on Tuesday where lawmakers proposed to block criminals from profiting on what they called \"murderabilia,\" setting off a debate on free speech rights of prisoners. » More

[03/19/2004] Man Goes to Jail for Puting a Sign in his Yard
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