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Vueflix was founded on the principle of truth without censorship. Other video websites will censor content they find offensive. We will not.
5 Jun 2009
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Fight Internet Censorship in Australia. Check out *******nocleanfeed**** for more info.
19 Dec 2009
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Nicholas Perkins speaks at the Stop Internet Censorship meeting held in Brisbane, Australia on Monday December 21 2009. Part 1 of 2. *******stopinternetcensorship****
21 Dec 2009
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Nicholas Perkins speaks at the Stop Internet Censorship meeting held in Brisbane, Australia on Monday December 21 2009. Part 2 of 2. *******stopinternetcensorship****
21 Dec 2009
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Nic Suzor of Electronic Frontiers Australia - *******efa****.au - speaks at the Stop Internet Censorship meeting held in Brisbane, Australia on Monday December 21 2009. Part 1 of 2. *******stopinternetcensorship**** #nocensorship #nocleanfeed #openinternet
22 Dec 2009
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Nic Suzor of Electronic Frontiers Australia - *******efa****.au - speaks at the Stop Internet Censorship meeting held in Brisbane, Australia on Monday December 21 2009. Part 2 of 2. *******stopinternetcensorship**** #nocensorship #nocleanfeed #openinternet
22 Dec 2009
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Cameron Reilly of The Podcast Network - *******www.thepodcastnetwork**** - speaks at the Stop Internet Censorship meeting held in Brisbane, Australia on Monday December 21 2009. Part 1 of 2. *******stopinternetcensorship**** #nocensorship #nocleanfeed #openinternet
22 Dec 2009
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Public Debate at the Stop Internet Censorship meeting held in Brisbane, Australia on Monday December 21 2009. Part 1 of 3. *******stopinternetcensorship**** #nocensorship #nocleanfeed #openinternet
22 Dec 2009
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Public Debate at the Stop Internet Censorship meeting held in Brisbane, Australia on Monday December 21 2009. Part 2 of 3. *******stopinternetcensorship****
22 Dec 2009
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Public Debate at the Stop Internet Censorship meeting held in Brisbane, Australia on Monday December 21 2009. Part 3 of 3 and final video of the meeting. *******stopinternetcensorship**** #nocensorship #nocleanfeed #openinternet
23 Dec 2009
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*******mediahangout****/ BLATANT Ron Paul CENSORSHIP by CNN of Soldier Supporting Ron Pauls Foreign Policy
5 Jan 2012
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image source: BoingBoing BY EVAN THOMAS ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN Twitter’s getting tweaked-- the microblog is implementing a more specific censorship policy that will block illegal content and messages on a country-by-country basis. Twitter already globally censors certain content in response to copyright claims or obvious illegal activity, like links to pirated software. Twitter explains in a blog post that this new method will comply with national laws, and will allow what might be censored in one country to still be visible in others. Twitter says it’s committed to disclosing its censorship activity. If content is blocked, Twitter will post a notice and link users to an explanation of what was blocked, and why. That’s great, GigaOM says. But the fact remains: “...no matter how Twitter phrases it, this news is going to concentrate attention on one thing: that a corporate entity, however well-meaning, controls which tweets are seen or not seen.” It’s a double-edged sword, TechCrunch says. Twitter allows for unfiltered global discussion. But if Twitter wants to expand into other countries, it has to be ready to deal with local rules. “This diplomatic casting of the restriction of speech, from a company that is built around the idea of free communication, is troubling. Unfortunately, it’s a logical step for a platform that wants to be accepted worldwide.” Mark Gibbs at Forbes points out-- humans won’t be the ones be monitoring the worldwide Twitter feed. “...given that over the course of 2011 the number of tweets per second (tps) ranged from a high of almost 9,000 tps down to just under 4,000 tps, any filtering has got to be computer-driven.” Gibbs goes on to wonder how Twitter’s computers will make accurate calls on millions of straightforward and sarcastic tweets. Even with a microscopic failure rate, he says, the software will be incorrectly blocking -- or incorrectly permitting -- thousands of messages every day. And the system definitely won’t be bulletproof. The Next Web explains-- there’s a workaround built right into Twitter. If content is blocked in your country... “...all you have to do if you want to see a ‘blocked’ tweet is to change your Country setting after reading the warning.” In the meantime, Twitter is working with legal watchdog site ChillingEffects**** to closely document its new censorship activity. Updates will appear at chillingeffects****/twitter.
28 Jan 2012
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Brett Keane and Censorship
12 May 2012
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I don't think they actually said that... But very funny after all!
17 Apr 2006
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Words strategically bleeped out with some funny results.
26 Sep 2006
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So I decided to see if people thought what I did...Turns out notepad isn't the only one with an easter egg! What's even more strange is so far it only works on this page: *******www.metacafe****/watch/165925/crazy_japanese_port_o_potty_prank/
17 Jan 2007
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