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Directing the PC lynch mob to your house...ICANN consults on proposal to end website owners privacy via proxy registration
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TGStorytime is a free community website for transgender authors, operated by Joe Six-Pack, himself a transgender author and publisher.
Pandering to Censors...So what will Google do about the increasing pressure from courts to impose local censorship orders to worldwide versions of the search engine
In a recent report at Prachatai, Thailand’s unusually wealthy businessman-police chief, Police General Somyos Pumpanmuang, has declared that his department has “proposed a plan to reduce multiple internet gateways to a single one in order to increase the efficiency of the state’s surveillance system.” 140 more words
Ron Miller: Spain’s link tax taxes my patience http://www.computerworld.com/article/2490771/technology-law-regulation/iron-miller-spain-s-link-tax-taxes-my-patience.html via @computerworld
Internet censorship by the back door? Is Spain a trial run for the entire EU? 31 more words
WATCH ABOVE: Reddit cracks down on trolls. Nicole Bogart reports.
TORONTO – Reddit has banned and removed five subreddits for harassment, a month after announcing new community guidelines designed to crack down on abusive behaviour on the site. 364 more words