Kenneth Pybus's Archive

Can you be sued for sharing your #MeToo story? – Salon.com

0 Commentsby   |  12.16.17  |  Libel

“Silence breakers” are Time magazine’s “person of the year.” But naming names carries some risk More »

Free speech as seen by a believer in an Abrahamic religion | Free Speech Debate

0 Commentsby   |  12.02.17  |  Free Speech

Islam, Christianity and Judaism are often accused of wanting to restrict free speech. Dominic Burbidge suggests a radically different perspective, from inside the thought-system of the Abrahamic faiths.

Source: Free speech as seen by a believer in an Abrahamic religion | Free Speech Debate More »

Judge issues ruling on Albany High online posting lawsuits

0 Commentsby   |  11.30.17  |  Free Speech, Internet speech, student speech

The lawsuits were filed on behalf of 10 students disciplined after the discovery of the Instagram account in March. More »

Supreme Court won’t hear Birdville ISD case over student-led prayers at board meetings | Politics | Dallas News

0 Commentsby   |  11.29.17  |  Establishment Clause and Free Exercise Clause

Source: Supreme Court won’t hear Birdville ISD case over student-led prayers at board meetings | Politics | Dallas News

U.S. Supreme Court has rejected 8 other Episcopal cases. S.C. group hopes its case is different | State News | southstrandnews.com

0 Commentsby   |  11.27.17  |  Establishment Clause and Free Exercise Clause

The U.S. Supreme Court is known for refusing to review disputed constitutional issues until the right case comes along. More »

Supreme Court Won’t Take Texas Case Over Student-Led Prayer – Houston Public Media

0 Commentsby   |  11.27.17  |  Establishment Clause and Free Exercise Clause

The Supreme Court is leaving in place a court ruling that a Texas school board can open its meetings with student-led public prayers without running afoul of the Constitution’s prohibition against government-established religion. More »

Artist Sues Marc Jacobs for Copyright Infringement

0 Commentsby   |  11.25.17  |  Copyright and Trademark

International fashion brand Marc Jacobs has been sued for copyright infringement over the company’s Resort 2017 collection.

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Berthold hits Target for type copyright infringement

0 Commentsby   |  11.20.17  |  Copyright and Trademark

In June 2017, Berthold came across a promotional video by Target’s outside design firm, touting the production of an animated version of Akzidenz-Grotesk font for Target’s advertising and branding  – the video is available at https://vimeo.com/90107132. More »

Toblerone shape not distinctive enough for trademark, Poundland claims | Business | The Guardian

0 Commentsby   |  11.13.17  |  Copyright and Trademark

Defending its right to launch Twin Peaks bar, budget chain cites Toblerone version with fewer chunks brought out last year More »

Pai Proposes Major Broadcast Dereg | Broadcasting & Cable

0 Commentsby   |  11.01.17  |  Broadcast Regulation

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said he has circulated a media ownership item for a vote at the November meeting that would achieve major broadcast deregulation.

Source: Pai Proposes Major Broadcast Dereg | Broadcasting & Cable 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.