Twitter’s former trust & safety chief, who quit two weeks into Musk’s tenure as Twitter CEO, said Musk wasn’t a “villain” in his experience. But he is definitely rustling some feathers all overt the place! Source: Ex-Twitter Exec: Unfair to Paint Musk As ‘Villain’ of Twitter’s Story Continue reading Twitter’s former trust and safety head said it’s unfair to paint Elon Musk as the ‘villain’ of Twitter’s story
Where are we living? Let’s face it, this is not about have an “advertisement” on the side of his house, it’s prosecution for the underlying message. Source: Man with mural of David … Continue reading Man with mural of David Cameron strangling a nurse is facing legal action
When the courts ruled NSA domestic spying illegal last week, it was the plain fact of that surveillance that was most important. But it also means that whistleblower Ed Snowden, cast as … Continue reading Snowden vindicated – Can come home now! (Not)
The Harper government is signalling its intention to use hate crime laws against Canadian advocacy groups that encourage boycotts of Israel, Neil Macdonald reports. Such a move could target a range of … Continue reading Oh oh, boycott Israel in Canada, go to jail!
The US Government, who, remember, works for us, spent millions going after this journalist because he linked to files on the web that exposed apparent wrong-doings of OUR government. They claim he threatened the … Continue reading Barrett Brown – Effectively in jail for linking to something.
Mr. Bean (Rowan Atkinson) gives a great speech on why Free Speech needs to be defended to the fullest even when someone’s feelings could get hurt. Continue reading Mr Bean talks Free Speech