Rep. Reginald Bolding, D-Laveen, suggested that the new regulations have less to do with security than with the discomfort of some lawmakers with what reporters have been writing. And that, he said, … Continue reading Arizona House bans reporters who won’t consent to extensive background checks
This move is the classic hallmark of how a government propagandizes its citizens: ensuring that they hear only those views of which the government approves. Wow, this is truly crazy, going after … Continue reading UK Media Regulator Again Threatens RT for “Bias”: This Time, Airing “Anti-Western Views”
Edward Snowden says that the most important aspect of social media is that you can get things out directly.– You can take the story and simply quote the relevant part, simply signaling … Continue reading Edward Snowden interview with Dagens Nyheter
Two academics have been given permission to publish their security research which reveals vulnerabilities in a wireless car locking system. But it was two years after they discovered it! Source: Why we … Continue reading Why we must be allowed to publish security flaws without being sued
For the first time in more than 50 years journalists are facing treason charges, which is being denounced as an attack on the freedom of the press Source: German government accuses news … Continue reading German government accuses news website of treason over leaks
Congratulations to the brave Guardian as well as the Washington Post for winning the Pulitzer Prize for reporting the NSA revelations provided to them by Edward Snowden, who should also win some … Continue reading Guardian and Washington Post win Pulitzer on NSA Reporting
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