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Ideas at the House: Panel - The War on Whistleblowers and Their Publishers - YouTube
warrentless spying on journalists, including wiretapping, espionage, and hacking into accounts. -//- &! Glenn Greenwald's Infamous Battle with NPR's Dina Temple-Raston - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2RxQpESxoI &! &!
Whistleblower  investigative  journalism  journalism  journalismus  barackobama  presidency  surveillance  state  Orwellian  NSA  CIA  White  House  Washington  freedom  of  press  of  Information  Act  FISA  Court  FISAAA  First  Amendment  Information  wants  to  be  free  cyber  war  Separation  of  powers  abuse  of  power  Career  Politicians  Law  &  Justice  Justice  System  Judiciary  on  Terror  Drone  Warfare  on  Drugs  organised  crime  human  rights  Privacy  Internet  Privacy  Secret  Courts 
february 2015 by asterisk2a
The Supreme Court is about to tackle online threats for the first time | The Verge
The issue before the Supreme Court is whether "a true threat" requires finding that the threatener subjectively intended to be threatening. Elonis is arguing for a subjective intent requirement, claiming that his posts were meant as rap lyrics and not as threats, while the prosecutors are arguing for an "objective" standard—a threat counts as a threat if a "reasonable person" would think the statement is a threat. The government is arguing that it’s enough to use an objective standard, with an exception for "idle or careless talk, exaggeration, something said in a joking manner or an outburst of transitory anger." However, when it comes to the Internet, where context or tone may be more difficult to perceive, this objective standard has obvious drawbacks [...] [UK has] law that forbids electronic messages that are "grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene, or menacing character," [...] "with the intent to intimidate." [...] "[...] most likely to inspire fear of bodily harm."
hate  speech  troll  Hater  death  threat  #GamerGate  everyday  sexism  Misogynie  misogyny  hate  crime  harassment  anonymity  Elonis  v.  United  States  abusive  language  abuse  emotional  abuse  domestic  abuse  UK  USA  Europe  First  Amendment  free  speech  psychological  abuse 
november 2014 by asterisk2a
The Snowden affair: The perils of whistleblowing - YouTube
See very last part of the discussion: Stasi Officers Interview 'it is naive to think that this intelligence will not be used (abused) for other purposes.' ... ie throwing off other foreign state officials that have done wrong, and USA, the West wants to have removed for a more Western leaning replacement. ... Let's say Erdogan. Stuff got on the internet about him and his family; bribery, taxevasion, corruption etc. leading up to local elections. ... That is just a coincidence. right!? just serendipity. + NSA Whistleblower - Jesselyn Radack & Thomas Drake | London Real :: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEq42BDBVWk + Annie Machon - Whistleblower | London Real :: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7U-lv0uAbY
Edward  Snowden  Whistleblower  Julian  Assange  Jacob  Appelbaum  surveillance  surveillance  state  Orwellian  cyberespionage  espionage  corporate  espionage  cyber  espionage  patriotact  Patriot  Act  patriotism  USA  presidency  barackobama  gwbush  governance  oversight  transparency  accountability  democracy  Career  Politicians  unintended  consequences  unknown  unkown  GCHQ  NSA  BND  G  Zero  surveillance  disarmament  espionage  disarmament  Wikileaks  Book  Bradley  Manning  Chelsea  Manning  First  Amendment  Constitution  Intelligence  Agency  Zero  Sum  Game  War  on  Terror  9/11  toobigtofail  history  Stasi  Erdogan  Turkey  neoconservatives  neoconservatism  diplomacy  foreignaffairs  foreign  policy  UK  G8  Germany  Angela  Merkel  davidcameron  Thomas  Drake  Jesselyn  Radack  Annie  Machon  encryption  Five  Eyes  ECHELON  Europe  PRISM  XKeyscore  Backdoors  Privacy  human  rights 
march 2014 by asterisk2a
Op-Ed: What happens to WikiLeaks matters to everyone
The problem is that this concern for the First Amendment protections of the press and of citizens in general, is a new development. Just last year the Department of Justice was caught spying on the offices of the Associated Press. That spying led to a source going to prison for 43 months. That was not an isolated incident and the DOJ’s war on journalism goes back quite some time. In 2006, it was revealed that DOJ was targeting a freelance journalist covering the Free Trade Area of the Americas conference. That is certainly nowhere near as important to the Department as shutting down a vile enemy of freedom like WikiLeaks. But they managed to find the resources to go after a freelance journalist covering a trade agreement.
First  Amendment  Constitution  USA  DOJ  NSA  barackobama  presidency  Wikileaks  Julian  Assange  freedom  of  press  free  speech  journalism  investigative  journalism 
november 2013 by asterisk2a
▶ Marissa Mayer: We Want More Transparency on NSA Requests - YouTube
Sept. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer comments on NSA data requests at the TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2013 event. (Source: Bloomberg) -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets. + http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nw8M9RwOYUU
NSA  Tempora  privacy  Orwellian  State  GCHQ  PRISM  transparency  surveillance  USA  barackobama  BND  democracy  First  Amendment  presidency 
september 2013 by asterisk2a
Book News: Lance Armstrong's Lies Are Protected, Judge Says : The Two-Way : NPR
A federal judge has ruled that Lance Armstrong, the disgraced cyclist who admitted to doping earlier this year, is allowed to lie in his memoirs. [...] "The content of the Armstrong books is not an advertisement for a product; rather, the statements are Armstrong's account, albeit partially untruthful, of his life and cycling career." It added that "the content of the books is afforded full First Amendment protection."
autobiography  free  speech  book  lancearmstrong  First  Amendment 
september 2013 by asterisk2a

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