Censorship Archive

Bill allowing police to withhold body camera video passes Indiana House

Video from police body cameras would not be subject to Freedom of Information laws if a bill passes the legislature. Police departments around the country are investing in body cameras in light of cases like Michael Brown in Ferguson and Laquan McDonald in Chicago.

FDA Silence And Censoring Costs Lives And Money

The Food And Drug Administration is in charge of inspecting the safety of, as the name implies, food and drugs, in the United States. It’s no secret that they routine find and internally expose bad science and dangerous pharmaceuticals, but it goes all too

15 Photos From The Massive ‘Moral March’ You Didn’t Hear About This Weekend

Somewhere between 80,000 to 100,000 people from 32 states turned out to protest four years of drastic state Republican initiatives in Raleigh, North Carolina, on Saturday. The “Moral March on Raleigh,” organized by Historic Thousands on Jones Street (HKonJ) and the North Carolina NAACP, marched from Shaw University

The Automated Surveillance State

With the shocking nature of the PRISM and other ubiquitous surveillance measures which have come to light recently since Edward Snowden’s leaks, it was easy to forget the question of how exactly they were watching us; using which measures and software. The answer to

In Defense of the Mask

Are they afraid of the Power of the Mask? Or are they afraid of the Power of the People?

In Solidarity with the Turkish Resistance

This is a response to the call of the eminent and radical Professor Noam Chomsky with regard to his call to the world to support the Turkish Resistance.

The Truth and the Media

It is very important to note that 100 years ago, we had more than 100 times as many different interests contributing to the official news media.