Archive for the 'Censorship' Category

Police identify 200 children as potential terrorists

• April, 2009

Police identify 200 children as potential terrorists Exclusive by Mark Hughes Crime correspondent Saturday, 28 March 2009 Drastic new tactics to prevent school pupils as young as 13 falling into extremism Two hundred schoolchildren in Britain, some as young as 13, have been identified as potential terrorists by a police scheme that aims to spot youngsters who are “vulnerable” to Islamic radicalisation. The number was revealed to The Independent by Sir Norman Bettison, the chief constable of West Yorkshire Police and Britain’s most senior officer

Now ‘Big Brother’ targets Facebook

• April, 2009

Now ‘Big Brother’ targets Facebook Wednesday, 25 March 2009 Minister wants government database to monitor social networking sites Millions of Britons who use social networking sites such as Facebook could soon have their every move monitored by the Government and saved on a “Big Brother” database. Ministers faced a civil liberties outcry last night over the plans, with accusations of excessive snooping on the private lives of law-abiding citizens. The idea to police MySpace, Bebo and Facebook comes on top of plans to store information

Israeli Army T-Shirts Mock Gaza Killings

• April, 2009

Israeli Army T-Shirts Mock Gaza Killings Friday, March 20 04:45 pm The Israeli army is at the centre of a second controversy over the moral conduct of its soldiers in as many days. The revelations centre on t-shirt designs made for soldiers that make light of shooting pregnant Palestinian mothers and children and include images of dead babies and destroyed mosques. The t-shirts were printed for Israeli soldiers at the end of periods of deployment or training courses and were discovered by Israeli newspaper Haaretz.

Man Arrested for Feeding the Homeless!

• April, 2009

Man Arrested for Feeding the Homeless!.::. <<video>> <<Editors notE>> When you think you have got it all figured out, another example out of our loving world… “The police and the law”, your friends!

95% of music downloads illegal despite boom

• January, 2009

95% of music downloads illegal despite boom By Robert Dex, Press Association Friday, 16 January 2009 The digital music business is booming but 95 per cent of downloads are still illegal and not paid for, according to a report published today. Making money from digital music is “the biggest challenge for music companies” at the moment, according to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry’s (IFPI) Digital Music Report. It reveals that the digital music business has grown for six years in succession. In 2008,

Web spies monitor activists online for police, attorney-general

• December, 2008

Web spies monitor activists online for police, attorney-general AAP November 26, 2008 A PRIVATE intelligence company has been engaged by police to secretly monitor internet and email use by activist and protest groups, a report says. The company was hired to monitor and report on the internet activities of anti-war campaigners, animal rights activists, environmental campaigners, and other protest groups, Fairfax Media reported. It was hired by Victorian Police, the Australian Federal Police and the federal Attorney-General’s department. The Melbourne-based firm has for the past