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Article 13 of the Copyright Directive is a major concern as it will impose privatised censorship of all types of content and it is incompatible with fundamental rights and the E-commerce Directive. Continue reading
The end of what internet freedom we have in Europe is under attack yet again, and what happens in Europe today can happen in your country tomorrow. If the United Nations get their way things will never be the same online again. Continue reading
What Is the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP)?
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a secretive, multinational trade agreement that threatens to extend restrictive intellectual property (IP) laws across the globe and rewrite international rules on its enforcement. The main problems are two-fold: Continue reading
Torrent search engine and copyright-infringement poster child The Pirate Bay fell offline worldwide on Tuesday – reportedly after cops raided a data center in Stockholm, Sweden. Continue reading
When I seen the article below it struck a chord with me as my partner (Conspirtracy Hunter) has been talking a lot lately about the very same no “comments” issue on Facebook. As you can guess by her online name she doesn’t really follow the western mainstream media, and a lot of her friends are the same. Instead of relying on the atrophying biased dinosaur that is mainline news media, they prefer to select their news from different online sources. A large part of this nowadays can be gleaned from the “comments” box/section as no matter who you are you get to air your views. Continue reading
I’m not one for usually posting advertisements for other sites here, but I found this article very interesting. First up, I’m from the UK and get people saying:
“All this is going on in America – CIA, FBI, NSA – why do we need to worry about it?” Continue reading