In this video Dan Dicks, James Corbett and Luke Rudkowski discuss the future of internet freedom and new limitations being implemented in the U.S, Canada and Japan. (more…)
By Paul Joseph Watson
A State Department official met with the czar of China’s infamous Internet censorship program in Washington DC yesterday, where she urged “co-operation” with the figure who helped implement prison sentences for online critics of the ruling Communist Party.
Under Secretary for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment Catherine Novelli joined Lu Wei, minister of the Cyberspace Administration of China, at the China-U.S. Internet Industry Forum, which was attended by over 150 government officials and industry leaders from around the globe. (more…)
MEDIA ROOTS – Abby & Robbie Martin cover Occupy Wall Street: the police state repression against the First Amendment, the Democratic Party’s attempt to co-opt the movement, the Obama administration’s hypocrisy to praise revolution abroad and censor it at home, the fact that the Tea Party and OWS are fighting two heads of the same beast, the “Black Bloc” provocateurs and their attempt to discredit peaceful movements; media censorship and the fact that news anchors are repeaters, not reporters; the two-tiered justice system catered toward the elite; citizen journalism and its role in allowing participation and unification in the global revolution.
Abby Martin of Media Roots talks to political activist and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader about Project Censored, the landscape of media censorship, the establishment co-opting of the tea party, the two party dictatorship in the US, Obama’s exacerbation of Bush era policies and the recent assassination of Anwar al-Awlaki.
Q and A with Ralph Nader after his talk at the Hillside Club in Berkeley, CA on October 1, 2011. Nader talks about the Occupy Wall Street protests, Gandhi’s ‘Seven Deadly Sins’, media reform, his presidential candidacy and how we need to continue fighting for change.
Peter Phillips from Project Censored speaks about managed news and 9/11 at Oakland’s Grand Lake Theater for their 9/11 film festival on 9/8/11.
Mickey Huff, Director of Project Censored gives a brief yet powerful talk about corporate news censorship and the media blackout surrounding 9/11 at the Grand Lake Theater.