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U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Confederate Plates Case | The Texas Tribune

0 Commentsby   |  03.21.15  |  Censorship and Prior Restraint

U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Confederate Plates Case | The Texas Tribune. More »

On Libel And The Law, U.S. And U.K. Go Separate Ways : Parallels : NPR

0 Commentsby   |  03.21.15  |  British law, Libel

On Libel And The Law, U.S. And U.K. Go Separate Ways : Parallels : NPR. More »

BBC News – Boy, 15, arrested over ‘racist’ Danny Welbeck tweet

0 Commentsby   |  03.16.15  |  British law, Internet speech

BBC News – Boy, 15, arrested over ‘racist’ Danny Welbeck tweet. More »

The legal case against Internet rules | TheHill

0 Commentsby   |  03.15.15  |  FCC, net neutrality

The legal case against Internet rules | TheHill. More »

Recording police could become a crime with new bill – KFOX – Breaking News, Weather, and Traffic

0 Commentsby   |  03.14.15  |  Free Speech, Right to Photography

Recording police could become a crime with new bill – KFOX – Breaking News, Weather, and Traffic. More »

Libels by ‘malicious writers’ trouble Texas senator – Watchdog.org

0 Commentsby   |  03.11.15  |  Libel

Libels by ‘malicious writers’ trouble Texas senator – Watchdog.org. More »

Jury finds Pharrell, Thicke copied for \\\’Blurred Lines\\\’ song – Houston Chronicle

0 Commentsby   |  03.10.15  |  Copyright and Trademark

Jury finds Pharrell, Thicke copied for \\\'Blurred Lines\\\' song – Houston Chronicle. More »

92% back libel law change in Northern Ireland – BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

0 Commentsby   |  03.10.15  |  British law, Europe, Libel

92% back libel law change in Northern Ireland – BelfastTelegraph.co.uk. More »

Ban on profane, rude, or indecent speech that disturbs houses of worship violates the First Amendment – The Washington Post

0 Commentsby   |  03.09.15  |  protest

Ban on profane, rude, or indecent speech that disturbs houses of worship violates the First Amendment – The Washington Post. More »

Texas Law Would Protect Journalists

0 Commentsby   |  03.07.15  |  fair report

Texas Law Would Protect Journalists. 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.