Facebook Created a Censorship Tool

Well, well, well. A very interesting article was published on the New York Times website yesterday confirming much of what I recently blogged about. Read more »

On the Facebook 30-Day Ban and Censorship

This week I got temporarily banned, again, for 30 days on Facebook after someone apparently reported a comment I had published below a friend’s post. Read more »

The right to be forgotten? What about the right to remember?

Very often there are certain developments in the world that just make me blankly stare in front of me and go “Wow…” while my mind desperately tries to cope with the astronomical amounts of stupidity it’s suddenly being ... Read more »

Evan Rachel Wood: “Accept that women are sexual beings”

Here’s another clear example of female sexual suppression in society: A sex scene featuring actress Evan Rachel Wood was cut out of the movie “Charlie Countryman” by the MPAA because apparently it showed oral sex being performed on ... Read more »

Censorship – The American Version

I came across this article today. To quote from it: I am an activist with a predilection for supporting progressive causes the world over. From tortured prisoners to under-funded public schools, I’m prepared to walk the walk. Read more »
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