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Cop Caught Macing “Occupy Wall Street” Protesters a Second Time, NYPD Launches Investigation

The comically named New York policeman Anthony “Tony” Bologna has now been caught macing #OccupyWallSt protesters without apparent provocation not once, but twice. The Guardian reports that new footage of Officer Bologna macing protesters emerged yesterday, and that the NYPD is

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Posted in Human Rights, Political Censorship

Who is WikiLeaks Blaming for Breaching Its Security? *

Whistleblowing website names names. Former ally blamed for leaking secret password. WikiLeaks, the whistleblowing website, has said that its massive archive of unredacted US state department cables was exposed in a security breach, which it blamed on its one-time partner – Britain’s Guardian newspaper.

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Posted in Human Rights, Internet Censorship

US Media Outlets Criticised For Their WikiLeaks Stance

Source: Index on Censorship – By Emily Badger One of the oddest strands of the WikiLeaks story in the US over the past year — and this week marks the one-year anniversary of the release of the “collateral murder” video

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Posted in Corporate Censorship

Colin Firth Challenges Weinstein’s Censoring of ‘The King’s Speech’

Source: Examiner.com – By Marilyn Sparks Colin Firth has spoken against the Weinstein Company and their plan to slice, dice and censor their Oscar winning hit, The King’s Speech, as a way to keep the “gravy train” rolling. The LA

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Posted in Corporate Censorship