Loss of Rights/Martial Law/Domestic Spying

The US vs the US

Discourse.net What is Scorecardresearch Doing Here? Excess of Democracy blog has a post about trackers on lawprof blogs. Coincidentally, I spent a couple of hours today trying to figure out why it is that gtmerix reports that discourse.net has this redirect, which both slows the site and amounts to a tracker on users: Discourse.net
On its face, Verizon won a resounding victory in Verizon v. FCC since the controversial net neutrality regulations were vacated by all three DC Circuit judges. This marks the second time in four years the FCC had its net neutrality enforcement struck down. Look at published reactions, though, and you’ll see that both sides feel they suffered a damaging loss in yesterday’s decision, Verizon v. FCC. Prominent net neutrality advocates say “the court loss was even more emphatic and disastrous than anyone expected” and a “FEMA-level fail.” Technology Liberation Front — Keeping politicians' hands off the Net & everything else related to technology Technology Liberation Front — Keeping politicians' hands off the Net & everything else related to technology
International | The Investigative Fund
SOPA

USA & torture

freedom of the press/media/information

Police State

Privacy

Anonymity on the Web

US Government seizures - ICE

la privatisation de la guerre et de la violence

democratic government 'slippage'- implosion

Censorship & Free Speech

Censure