Saturday, July 2, 2011

What's positive happening for Freedom this week. Roundup of articles.

 

What’s positive happening for Freedom this week.  Roundup of articles.

 

 

·        Judge Says Google Can be Sued for Sniffing WiFi Packets http://t.co/OOltU23 eavesdropping on unprotected WiFi APs is still eavesdropping!

·        [VIDEO] Levant & Shaidle on anti-gay speech planned for Pride week http://t.co/VBj8P5nIslamic Conference coincide with Pride weekend

·        [CCF] Feds back out of Whatcott case, save taxpayers a bit of money http://www.theccfblog.ca/2011/06/feds-back-out-of-whatcott-case-save.html?spref=tw

·        Interesting Vid (EFF) "Using 'National Security' Concerns to Hide Internet Censorship" http://t.co/QeR2Knx. Canada does same thing

·        THE CENSOR DOWN UNDER: Australia Heads down the Slippery Slope, Authorizes ISPs to "voluntarily block" Block Content. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2011/06/australia-heads-down-slippery-slope-authorizes

·        Alberta's Wildrose Party voted overwhelmingly in favour of abolishing Alberta's Human Rights Tribunals http://t.co/qvj3CYG Good Riddance!

·        Know Your Rights: What to Do When Law Enforcement Goes After Your Digital Data. EFF's Guide   https://www.eff.org/wp/know-your-rights

·        Bravo to Guy Earle for fighting back! "Comedian takes B.C.’s Human Rights Code to court over gay slur decision"  

·        The Human Right to Tweet? http://t.co/7QI7ZhJ Broadcaster fired over controversial tweet files human rights complaint with CHRC

·        Wilders acquitted of hate speech against Muslims http://natpo.st/ixWqUq