Tag: free speech

TO GO WITH AFP BY HABIBOU BANGRE Clients surf the internet at an internet cafe on February 25, 2015 in Kinshasa. Sales are down and business is slow -- small entrepreneurs in the Democratic Republic of Congo are bearing the brunt of an official clampdown on mobile Internet services and …

Tanzania Charges Bloggers $930 Annual Fee in Free Speech Crackdown

Tanzania’s new suite of Internet regulations includes a $930 annual fee for anyone who runs a blog, coupled with extensive registration paperwork that includes a bizarre amount of financial information about the applicant, comparable to the business plan that would be submitted to secure a commercial loan from a bank.

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Delingpole Podcast: Brendan O’Neill on the Disillusioned Culture of Political Correctness, Identity Politics, and Cultural Relativism

In this week’s Delingpole podcast, special guest Brendan O’Neill talks about his dismay at the “conformist and stifling” “blob-like thinking” in our PC culture, which allows “quite comfortably well-off people to play the role of a victim”, pretending that their “lives were hard”, and blaming it on “male privilege”.

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UKIP Peer Invites Sayeeda Warsi to Debate Tommy Robinson

UK Independence Party peer Lord Pearson of Rannoch has invited Baroness Sayeeda Warsi (Conservative) to debate with former EDL leader Tommy Robinson following his appearance in the Houses of Parliament last week.

MENLO PARK, CA - APRIL 04: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks during an event at Facebook headquarters on April 4, 2013 in Menlo Park, California. Zuckerberg announced a new product for Android called Facebook Home. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Nolte: Mark Zuckerberg’s Fatal Error — Not Leaving Everyone the Hell Alone

Make no mistake, Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook are in trouble — not just here in America, but all over the world. The Tech Tyrant has only himself to blame. Had he just left us alone, he would not be so alone or widely viewed as a monopoly with all the inherent risks in that. He would also not be a national pariah.