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Uncensored Interview with Gary Null, Ph.D. on Vaccines and SB277 - Part One

Bonnie Faulkner
Guns and Butter

Two weeks ago, Guns and Butter was censored when trying to have Gary Null, Ph. D. on air live to discuss the issue of vaccines and specifically SB277. 288 more words

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Save the Link

Every time I think to myself that the assault on the internet could not possibly get any worse – or any more crass – it proves me wrong.  828 more words

Film and Censorship: Who Protects? Classification Boards vs. The Internet

After considering censorship of both sex and violence, as a conclusion to this film and censorship series I wish to consider censorship as it exists today, and whether it is something to be expanded upon in the future, or something that merely sinks away in a new age, driven by what I consider to be “self-censorship” that is made readily available via the presence of the internet in today’s society. 563 more words


Film and Censorship: The "Video Nasties" of the UK

“Video Nasty” refers to a selection of films released on VHS in the UK that came under heavy debate due to their violent, visceral content (1). 331 more words


Freedom of speech - you only miss it when it's gone

Our constitution is under attack yet again, this time from South Africa’s Film and Publication Board (FPB). They effectively want to censor the Internet – only they’re not calling it censorship, of course, but regulation. 587 more words

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Critical Mainstream Media Reason Abuse

Prompted by “There’s No Such Thing as Unbiased Journalism, So Stop Pretending”: http://reason.com/archives/2015/05/22/theres-no-such-thing-as-unbiased-journal

“If you’re an intellectually curious person—and if you’re a journalist, let’s assume that you are—you are likely to have embraced a number of notions about how the world works, how it should work and who should be running it. 951 more words


Russia is threatening to block Facebook, Twitter and Google

Russia’s media watchdog has written to Google Inc. , Twitter Inc. and Facebook Inc. warning them against violating Russian Internet laws and a spokesman said they risk being blocked if they don’t comply. 541 more words