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FOX40 NewsA makeshift sign showing a police officer in a hang-man's noose has been removed from a midtown business. Sacramento police removed the sign after contacting the building's owner, who said they were unaware of it. The sign was written in the style of a...
I am dismayed to learn during National Banned Books Week (which celebrates the freedom to read) that some members of our school board and Secondary Education Council, as well as some parents, are challenging a Glendale High School English teacher’...
Some news in the last few weeks has demonstrated the fragile nature of our freedoms. As riots in Great Britain spread, on Aug. 11 the British prime minister’s reaction was to begin an assault on freedom of speech and assembly by attempting to ban...
I generally am willing to allow political candidates considerable leeway on what they say or promise during a campaign. We all know something about the value of political promises. Nonetheless there must be limits on what candidates can be allowed to...
Opinion L.A.The debate over "foreign rogue websites" is far from over, but the lobbying battle between tech companies and Hollywood definitely shifted in the geeks' favor this week. Oddly enough, it's because opponents of PIPA and SOPA -- the Protect IP......
TechnologyWatching from China, where Web censorship is practically a national hallmark, some can't help but smirk and crack jokes about the controversy raging over Internet freedom in the U.S....
TechnologyTwitter is faced a growing backlash on Friday, less than a day after it announced that it can now block specific tweets from being published in specific countries that legally require it. On Friday, a day after the country-specific censorship plan was...
Web ReporterSpanish police arrested three men suspected to be members of the hacker group Anonymous on Friday, charging them with organizing cyber attacks against the websites of Sony Corp, banks and governments -- but not the recent massive hacking of PlayStation...
Tags: WikiLeaks, Computer Crime, NATO, Scientology, Cults and Sects
24 Frames"The Flowers of War": Director Zhang Yimou said that he while he expected total artistic freedom during the making of the movie "The Flowers of War," starring Christian Bale, he also felt Chinese censorship limits filmmakers' options....
In the latest sign of Hollywood's accelerated efforts to expand its presence in the fast-growing Chinese market, Warner Bros. Entertainment has announced plans to offer its movies via cable television there, the first such venture by a major studio....
By EMILY PYLE SCTC Have you ever tried to look up images for a school project on Google and it won’t let you because there may be one or two inappropriate images on the page? This has happened to me numerous times and frankly it’s a bit...
Maryland has long held claim to the notion that the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution, or the right to "keep and bear arms," did not apply to the states. In doing so, they have and continue to deny it's citizenry that right to be fully...
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