The 81-year-old Shatner, best known as Star Trek’s original Captain Kirk, is a new Reddit user and he’s already disenchanted with the site’s hands-off moderation style when it comes to racism and bigotry. He posted the following comments in a thread on Reddit yesterday.
The Myanmar government was not too happy about Hnyo Magazine publishing scantily clad women with articles like “Bedroom Secrets” and “How To Be Popular With Women.”
She’s a dreadlocked, political, independent woman who believes in freedom of speech. Unless of course she disagrees with your speech.
Here’s a brilliant response to the debate currently raging in the UK over privacy concerns versus freedom of expression. (Via)
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Right now is a crucial time for Net Neutrality. Here are some perspectives from around the Web, and you can make your own voice heard on the issue at Save the Internet.
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If you’ve been watching what you say on Facebook in fear of your job, fear no more! A federal agency has declared Facebook posts are legally protected speech, even for employees who write negative things about their employers. The bigger question is, who would post negative comments under their own names?
Political spying is nearly as bad now as it was during the Cold War. The ACLU reports that Americans are harassed and under surveillance for exercising their First Amendment rights.
They’re arguing that “the government would be thwarting the free-speech rights of providers such as AT&T, Verizon and Comcast.” Does this drive anyone else crazy?
“Our free speech rights are under assault — not from the government but from corporations seeking to control the flow of information in America.” — Al Franken