This IKEA chair broke, deeply scratched a womens back, and hurt a little kid The plastic back of the chair snaps easily. They posted a review to let people know the risks. This is it is response to censoring their review informing the public of a product flaw.

This IKEA chair broke, deeply scratched a womens back, and hurt a little kid The plastic back of the chair snaps easily. They posted a review to let people know the risks. This is it is response to censoring their review informing the public of a product flaw. submitted by /u/PostNationalism to r/FreeSpeech [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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More Than 130 European Businesses Tell the European Parliament: Reject the #CopyrightDirective

More Than 130 European Businesses Tell the European Parliament: Reject the #CopyrightDirective By Cory Doctorow The EU’s Copyright Directive will be voted on in the week of March 25 (our sources suggest the vote will take place on March 27th, but that could change); the Directive has been controversial all along, but it took a turn for the catastrophic during the late stages of the negotiation, which yielded a final text that is alarming in its potential consequences for all internet activity in Europe and around the world. More than…

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If you don’t defend everyone you don’t believe in Free Speech.

If you don’t defend everyone you don’t believe in Free Speech. If you don’t defend all corners of the political sphere from censorship then you don’t actually believe in Freedom of Speech. There are many people that only use it as an alarmist tool to protect their argument and their side from the same censorship they force on others, no matter how blatant or subtle it may be. I think it’s important that we realize that Human nature makes us want to walk away from things that upset us, and…

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Dear Big Tech and Government: Censoring Videos of Terror Attacks is Not the Answer

Dear Big Tech and Government: Censoring Videos of Terror Attacks is Not the Answer By Derrick Broze If governments and tech companies insist on censoring “offensive” content from the minds of the masses, it will lead to more censorship of free speech and a black market for banned material. Over the last week, the Internet and news landscape has been filled with stories dissecting the shooting at the Al Noor Mosque and the Linwood Islamic Centre in Christchurch, New Zealand. Fifty people were murdered as a result of the shooting. Authorities…

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New Zealand Government Threatening Citizens with 10 Years for Viewing/Spreading The Video

New Zealand Government Threatening Citizens with 10 Years for Viewing/Spreading The Video We all know that video going around of the Christchurch shooting is very disturbing. We like to think that few, if anyone condones the actions taken. There is no question that this is heavy-handed government censorship. The questions we have: ​ -Is prison time cruel/unusual punishment? Put the idea that it is censorship aside for this question, and pretend that it is a legitimate crime, rather than backlash due to emotional turmoil. -If any New Zealanders are here…

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Key Strategies For Avoiding Online Censorship and Cybercrime

Key Strategies For Avoiding Online Censorship and Cybercrime By Nicholas West Internet censorship is ramping up across the globe in a myriad of ways. Whether it’s Facebook/Google/Amazon directing conversation by demonitizing views critical of official narratives; outright government censorship like Australia’s recent visa revocation of controversial speaker David Icke; system-wide restrictions on Internet access as seen in Chad, Africa; or the Great Firewall of China — access to information is becoming as much of a commodity as the information itself. Running in tandem with censorship is the rise of cybercrime…

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Memory Hole New Zealand: News Reports Suggested 2 Shooters; IEDs Found Strapped To Multiple Vehicles; Suspect’s Strange Travel History

Memory Hole New Zealand: News Reports Suggested 2 Shooters; IEDs Found Strapped To Multiple Vehicles; Suspect’s Strange Travel History By Aaron Kesel The official narrative being pushed in the mainstream press on the tragic shootings at two crowded mosques in New Zealand is that 28-year-old Brenton Tarrant murdered 50 people and injured scores of others at the time of this report by himself. However, there are more questions than answers regarding the attack. For instance, New Zealand authorities reported that after the incident four suspects were taken into custody —…

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