In practical terms, the FCC has created a new tax that will end up being passed down to the final users ...
<i>The U.S. student revolts of 2015: "Goodthink" instead of dissent and freedom of expression.</i>
What does George Orwell have to do with Halloween? We have Orwell's "1984" to thank for "goodthink" and "newspeak." Totalitarian-controlled speech no longer permitted concepts or ideas that expressed "crimethink": [Read more]
Pamela Geller, 56, left her anonymity behind this week after organizing a contest in Dallas, Texas that included caricatures of the prophet Muhammad, and ended in a shooting where the two aggressors died. The contest was designed to mock the symbols of Islam with the representations of the prophet and, as was expected, [Read more]
The FCC’s position fell firmly in favor of net neutrality in the USA, announcing a series of rules surrounding operators’ activities, which in future will prevent them from giving priority to certain content providers by making them pay more for better-quality access.
Even in the land of the First Amendment, freedom of expression is threatened, above all, by ... Americans.
Sometimes it's the subordinate clauses — sometimes even just the words in parentheses — that change the world. The Western world's most respected newspaper has now published just such words – and they're catastrophic.
We really don’t need a Belgian version of the Patriot Act or a European Guantanamo.
The U.S. president took a firm stance against the ban on the feature film 'The Interview,' which has since been lifted, but when a Koran burning was filmed, Obama himself became the censor.
Barely two weeks after the announcement of the Cuba-U.S. thaw, the Castro regime has made it clear to the international community that the transition to democracy will be slower than expected.