Anonymous attacks a lot of things that they find wrong with the world: corporations, governments and other groups that they feel threaten the freedom of the people. On Friday, they attacked what may be their most controversial target yet – religion.
The AnonymousIRC Twitter account announced on Friday three attacks so far on major church Web sites. These aren’t just regular attacks, however, as they have also defaced the Web sites with anti-religion rhetoric and even a video featuring Richard Dawkins set to auto-play so visitors are forced to see it.
Just when you thought the government couldn’t ruin the First Amendment any further: The House of Representatives approved a bill on Monday that outlaws protests in instances where some government officials are nearby, whether or not you even know it.
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It’s a good thing movies like Titanic and The Lion King are being re-released – movie executives are too busy fighting the war against digital piracy to make any new film content.
Even though the internet essentially defeated the SOPA and PIPA bills, the movie industry is still relentlessly waging war against piracy.
They continue to push forward with treaties and bills like ACTA. What many of us don’t know, though, is that the film industry fled to Hollywood in order to get away from copyright laws and fees in the first place. The film industry now wants these copyright laws to be conveniently enforced for their own benefit.
This Infographic will identify just how much hypocrisy is surrounding Hollywood.
Think about what you are helping to fund next time you buy that over-priced movie ticket. You might just be funding a war against yourself.
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Supreme Court Allows Corporations to Escape Liability for Death Caused by Asbestos Exposure. On February 29, the Supreme Court issued its decision in Kurns v. Railroad Friction Products Corp., using preemption doctrine ...
Both houses of Congress passed the STOCK Act, the bill that would stop congressional insider trading. But the version that passed in the House is substantially weaker than the version that passed in the Senate.
Today's media environment only encourages outrageous statements. Attacking Girl Scouts, threatening to kill U.S. senators and invoking the Bible to limit teachers' pay have all drawn headlines for lawmakers in recent weeks.
Obama Unveils Blueprint for Online Privacy Bill of Rights The Obama Administration today unveiled a “Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights” as part of a comprehensive blueprint to improve consumers’ privacy protections and ensure that the Internet...
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