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Will UN regulate the Internet? Battle for net freedom nears

June 22, 2012
Will UN regulate the Internet? Battle for net freedom nears

WASHINGTON – Secret negotiations involving dozens of countries preparing for a United Nations summit on international telecommunications could lead to changes in a global treaty that would diminish the Internet’s role in economic growth and restrict the free flow of information. The U.S. delegation to the World Conference on International Telecommunications to be held in […]

Complaint For Declaratory And Injunctive Relief: Sergeant Gary A. Stein

April 7, 2012

Plaintiff, Gary A. Stein (“STEIN”), through his undersigned counsel, brings this action against the above named defendants, in their official capacities, for declaratory and injunctive relief, alleging as follows: NATURE OF THIS ACTION 1. This is an action for declaratory and injunctive relief to enjoin an imminent attempt to discharge a good Marine in retaliation […]

‘Hacking?’ Not when the feds do it!

January 23, 2012
‘Hacking?’ Not when the feds do it!

Homofascist stalkers ruin lives via social media

August 25, 2011
Homofascist stalkers ruin lives via social media

In 1962, British author Anthony Burgess, who penned the classic “A Clockwork Orange,” published a lesser-known work entitled “The Wanting Seed,” another dystopian novel. This nightmare of fictionalized sociological development portrayed a nation in which religion was turned on its head in order to serve the State, homosexuality was encouraged as a population-control measure, heterosexuals […]

Senate debates president’s power during cyber-attack

May 24, 2011
Senate debates president’s power during cyber-attack

Senators squared off with Obama administration officials Monday about plans to give the president emergency powers to protect vital U.S. electronic networks from attacks by hackers, cyberterrorists and foreign governments. The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee held a hearing on the administration’s legislative proposal, announced two weeks ago, that would rely on a […]

Stealing cyberspace

May 2, 2011

by Jon Christian Ryter Emboldened by what the media purported to be a “people’s revolution” that toppled the regime of Tunisian strongman Ben Ali over, the media reported, rising unemployment and Ben Ali’s corruption, the “freedom movement” instigated by the Muslim Brotherhood leapfrogged Libya and brought its Islamic brand of political unrest to Egypt. […]

USJF launches campaign against FCC control of Internet

March 14, 2011

On Dec. 17, 2010 the United States Justice Foundation launched an aggressive campaign to alert the American people of an attempt by the Federal Communications Commission through the Department of Homeland Security, based on an Executive Order issued by President Barack Obama, to assume control of the Internet.

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