This driver has caused a privacy complaint to be submitted, when Trimet policy and Oregon law clearly allow this video as allowable.
Please help me stand up for freedom of speech AND accountability!
Happened on 2-25-18 at approx 3:29pm
The second official music video by famous singer Joseph W. Carrillo after the famous music video "Don't Black Me Out". "You Don't Need School to be a Celebrity" showcases the fact that "talent is something you are born with, and you can not learn it from school".
Talent is something you are born with, You can not learn it from school,
Sometimes it is a good thing, to break stupid governments rules
You don't need school to be a celebrity, because school's not needed in the entertainment industry
Sure there are entry barriers, but i swim through them like an aircraft carrier
I know I sound vain and hollow, but some rules are not meant to be followed
You dont need school to be a celebrity, because school's not needed in the entertainment industry
I wont give up being a celebrity, just because of my past in school
I will just have to be like Rosa Parks, and break those stupid rules
You dont need school to be a celebrity, because school's not needed in the entertainment industry
Forcing celebrity status, Is a good and holy thing
I dont care how illegal it is, because its covered by the freedom of speech
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Chris Brown fires back to the City of LA claiming that the mural outside his home is protected by the first amendment.
Israeli Brutality to Freedom of Speech. True face of Israeli democracy.
Full right to freedom of speech at no risks continues being a utopia in Venezuela, the Press and Society Institute (IPYS) remarked. It also noted that from October 7, 2011 through October 7, 2012, some 159 attacks against journalists, camerapersons, photographers, and other media crew have been reported, which means the figure has jumped 57% in a year.
According to the IPYS, the figure is the result of the authorities' refusal to take the steps suggested by countries such as France, Switzerland, Indonesia, or Australia to fully guarantee freedom of speech and remove some the existing obstacles.
During the evaluation of the aforementioned period, the authorities were given 12 recommendations to better off the situation of freedom of speech. Advices included reforming the laws that punish freedom of speech and encourage self-censorship. Such laws are, for instance, the Crime Code and the Content Law. The authorities were also advised to facilitate the access to public information, yet all suggestions were dismissed by the Government.
What is a big corporation capable of doing in order to protect its brand? Recently, Swedish documentary filmmaker Fredrik Gertten experienced this personally. His previous film BANANAS!* recounts the lawsuit that 12 Nicaraguan plantation workers successfully brought against the fruit giant Dole Food Company. That film was selected for competition by the 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival. Nothing wrong so far, right? But then just before leaving Sweden to attend the Los Angeles world premiere of his film, Gertten gets a strange message: the festival has decided to remove BANANAS!* from competition. Then, a scathing, controversial and misinformed article appears on the cover of the Los Angeles Business Journal about the film a week before the premiere. And subsequently, Gertten receives a letter from Dole’s attorneys threatening legal action if the film is shown at this festival and to cease and desist.
What follows is an unparalleled story that Gertten captured on film. He filmed this entire process of corporate bullying and media spin - from DOLE attacking the producers with a defamation lawsuit, utilizing scare tactics, to media-control and PR-spin. BIG BOYS GONE BANANAS!* can be seen as a thriller and a cautionary tale. But, mostly this is a personal story about what happened to Gertten, as a documentary filmmaker and to his company and how the livelihood of documentary filmmakers can be easily put into jeopardy. This powerful film reveals precisely how a multinational will stop at nothing to get its way - freedom of speech is at stake. As Dole’s public relations company puts it, “It is easier to cope with a bad conscience than a bad reputation”.
Debut music video by Kasha. The track is Black Rhyme off Kasha's album The Oracle and the single is coming soon.
Black Rhyme takes a real hard look at the state of culture today. Kasha wrote it to give insight and inspire the listener. Welcome to the real world!
Black rhyme, the black search for black times, I spread news like the black times, for the rebellion get ready, stop telling yourself youre heavy, your living for materialism I bring imperial wisdom, hoping that my people will listen from the young till the old to the free and in prison. I shine a light on that path leading lost souls to zion, spitting black pride with the strength of a lion. Freedom of speech my people choose the wrong meals to eat so get a plate get a fork for the knowledge I feed, knowledge I breathe breath from the black Jesus, peace on my neck teachers or righteous steps, black rhyme, black cats using a black nine, black on black crime these are black times, paint pictures of my soldiers under black skies trying to stop my grimey out your black mind get it straight, we can sit up at the table and prey and amen for modern life in the righteous of ways, the women cook while the men rant a modern day Rembrandt or Michelangelo prepared to go further than most but you dont hear me though holding toast aint the only way to see the dough, little brothers weeded though it hurts my heart, I want to make him sophisticated like Pinot Grigio, teach him different forms of art because it them that I rhyme for, I want to see their light shine more my little brothers I take time for hood life its real.
Dont understand the mind of a rapist or killers that take kids away from their home where the love is. People put their business in public on Jeremy Kyle, the daily news is disgusting, whatever happened to the innocent child, lifes an injustice the hood is a position where to survive we gots to gets the hustling. I choose not to run with them dodging these traps with this god written high wisdom. I find it hard to sleep in life prison dreams of better living got me looking at the hood with the vision of those of fort the system, on a stage coach i ride by grey towers and graffiti watch the pigeons fly. It seems that we can touch but cant taste, taste but cant swallow, its snatched away for tomorrow for someone who died today. I stand tall like church archways my mind is where the past plays tying to find heaven without passing away, they stand confused I stand true work a day job even though it was a bitch how the government rapes you, in avoidance niggers rob and shoot to make papers like the news masses of youths occupation in snowmen, they roll around the city acting mili for this bacon lifes hard like the skin on toes of old Jamaicans through these bars i shed light on real life the truth to heal the world we gots to heal the youth. So heres a few pearls and dimes drop for the growing mind of you in the name of my poor people blues and reparation compare my job to plantations instead of food and water slave master pays in something called my wages. Instead of just the blacks they enslave the world of nations and tricked us into thinking we work for luxuries. So society judges a man on salary made and we compete against each other for the maximum pay. This aint freedom to survive I gots work a day am to pm my heart aches wishing to fly away, cos Im guilty that the same crimes wishing I pray for when those luxuries or mine and those worry lines fade. The wickedness of the times on the philosophers page and write scribes in the blood of the supremacist spitting in their face reach a nemesis, a single black wordsmith could start a revolution and assassinate me first kid its real.
Brett Keane and Censorship
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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.
This is a new single from the European hiphop artist Tijana Bass, the single was published by SLAMjamz Records (www.slamjamz****). After her debut album Playground produced by Studdah Man, she teamed up with the legendary rap group Public Enemy in a duet song, which is talking about terrors of propaganda thru todays media and neo-fascism in the modern World.
Song was produced by Baby Dooks from Bolestna Braća, after the trumpets from Bojan Ristić Brass Band.
The video was directed by David Burk for Outdoggy video and produced by Tijana Bass. FACE OF FREEDOM song & video is a bold statement and only the first stage of the big international & humanitarian project for the protection of the basic human rights, such as freedom of expression, freedom of speech, freedom of thought, etc. We hope to inspire you to join us in our fight for justice and freedom of art & expression! For more information please visit: www.tijana-bass**** ,or find us on facebook: *******www.facebook****/#!/pages/Face-of-Freedom-Project/197052326981803
FACE OF FREEDOM music-video produced by:
Directed by: David Burk
Produced by: Tijana Bass
Co-Producer: David Burk, Aleksander Legen
Executive Producer: Aleksander Legen
Post Production: Dražen Zeljković
Producer on the set in Belgrade: Srđan Trifunović
Art Director: David Burk
''A'' Camera Operator/ Steadicam Operator: Simon Neuvirt
''B'' Camera Operator: David Burk
''C'' Camera Operator: Đorđe Legen
London protest shots by: Jasleen Kaur Sethi
Toronto G20 protests shots by: D.A. Cooper
Tunisian People's Revolution shots: Manuel Meszarovits
London War on Kleptocracy shots: queuepolitely
First Assisants on the set in Belgrade: Branko Legen and Aleksa Legen
Second Assistant on the set in Belgrade: Sanja Busić
Make-Up on the set in Belgrade: Olivera Škorić & Marija Dimić
Styling & Make-Up: Sanja Busić & Tijana Bass
Fashion Accessories for Ms. Bass: Domestic Diva Designs (NY)
Photography on the set in Belgrade: Bojan Vasiljević (Urban Bug)
Personal Assistance & Coordinator to Ms. Bass: Mr. Goran Gajić
First Assistant on the set in Zagreb and Maribor: Miha Sitar
Personal Consultant & Management for Ms. Bass: Sean De Vore (a.k.a Studdah Man)
PR Management for Face of Freedom video & project: Kaly Kolonič
Art Direction for Face of Freedom project: Aleksander Legen (Studio Legen)
Personal Assistance & Coordinator to Mr. Chuck D & Mr. Malik Farrakhan: Nemanja Anđelković (a.k.a Tuma)