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Censorship or Sensationalism?

The “Innocence of Muslims” And The Spread Of Internet Rumor Once again, the world is learning the hard way that in the tinderbox of religion and politics, the Internet can be gasoline. This week’s shocking attack on a U.S. consulate

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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

Feb 18, 1929: First Academy Awards Announced

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces the winners of the first Academy Awards on this day in 1929. It was a far cry from the suspense, glamour and endless press coverage surrounding the Oscars today: The first

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The Weinstein Company Wants To Censor The King’s Speech

Source: Cinema Blend – By Eric Eisenberg Last month, Harvey Weinstein did something incredible for the film industry. After seeing one of his company’s best films, Blue Valentine, get slapped with an unjust NC-17 rating by the MPAA, he personally

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