Kenneth Pybus's Archive

BBC News – Facebook complies with Turkey page block order

0 Commentsby   |  01.27.15  |  International, prior restraint

BBC News – Facebook complies with Turkey page block order. More »

Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne added to credits of Sam Smith’s ‘Stay With Me’ – LA Times

0 Commentsby   |  01.27.15  |  Copyright and Trademark

Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne added to credits of Sam Smith’s ‘Stay With Me’ – LA Times. More »

A brief political history of religious exemptions – The Washington Post

0 Commentsby   |  01.21.15  |  Establishment Clause and Free Exercise Clause

A brief political history of religious exemptions – The Washington Post. More »

U.S. top court rules for Muslim inmate over prison beard ban | Reuters

0 Commentsby   |  01.21.15  |  Establishment Clause and Free Exercise Clause

U.S. top court rules for Muslim inmate over prison beard ban | Reuters. More »

FCC Regulation of Internet Video? – Dates Set for Comments on Treating Over-the-Top Video Providers like Cable and Satellite TV | Broadcast Law BlogBroadcast Law Blog

0 Commentsby   |  01.19.15  |  FCC, Internet speech

FCC Regulation of Internet Video? – Dates Set for Comments on Treating Over-the-Top Video Providers like Cable and Satellite TV | Broadcast Law BlogBroadcast Law Blog. More »

Supreme Court Sees The Signs — But Can They Stay? | Texas Public Radio

0 Commentsby   |  01.12.15  |  Censorship and Prior Restraint

Supreme Court Sees The Signs — But Can They Stay? | Texas Public Radio. More »

Is it ‘content-based’ for a speech restriction to distinguish ‘political’ signs, ‘ideological’ signs and event announcement signs? – The Washington Post

0 Commentsby   |  01.10.15  |  Free Speech, Supreme Court

This is a great discussion of the meaning of content-based, which requires a compelling government interest narrowly tailored to meet that end. More »

Charlie Hebdo and its biting satire, explained in 9 of its most iconic covers – Vox

0 Commentsby   |  01.07.15  |  Europe, Free Speech

Just yesterday, I was reading a commentary piece arguing we should ban “hate speech,” however that’s defined. The murders of writers, cartoonists and police by Islamic perpetrators in Paris today shows just the opposite. More »

Urban Outfitters told to remove online ad featuring ‘too-skinny’ model – The Washington Post

0 Commentsby   |  01.06.15  |  Commercial Speech

Urban Outfitters told to remove online ad featuring ‘too-skinny’ model – The Washington Post. More »

Does the First Amendment allow church to violate town’s sign code? SCOTUS to decide

0 Commentsby   |  01.05.15  |  Establishment Clause and Free Exercise Clause

Does the First Amendment allow church to violate town’s sign code? SCOTUS to decide. More »

Kenneth Pybus's Comment Archive

  1. As noted in the post, it is advocacy, though that doesn’t make it propaganda. Regardless of the source, it includes several of the stronger arguments against proposed net neutrality regulation. One of the challenges in addressing the concept is the lack of bias-free coverage of the subject, even at Vox.com.