Kenneth Pybus's Archive

Justin Timberlake voting selfie not under review by District Attorney

0 Commentsby   |  10.25.16  |  Free Speech

This might make a good final exam question… More »

Rolling Stone rape story’s ‘Jackie’ may testify at trial | New York Post

0 Commentsby   |  10.18.16  |  Libel

For the first time since Rolling Stone magazine’s shocking story about a brutal gang rape at the University of Virginia hit shelves two years ago, the public may hear from the young woman at the More »

States Can Force Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers to Inform Women About Gov’t-Funded Abortions, Federal Court Rules

0 Commentsby   |  10.18.16  |  Free Speech

This is the 9th Circuit, so it’s not binding on Texas, but it runs counter to decisions in Austin and other parts of the country. More »

Cleveland Indians team name, Chief Wahoo logo targeted in Canadian lawsuit |

0 Commentsby   |  10.18.16  |  Free Speech

An activist for indigenous cultures has asked an Ontario court to block the Cleveland Indians from using their team name and logo on uniforms in today’s playoff game in Toronto against the Blue Jays. More »

As Downtown Goes Residential, Nashville Rethinks Where To Allow Strip Clubs | Nashville Public Radio

0 Commentsby   |  10.13.16  |  Obscenity and Pornography

Nashville is mulling the future of sexually oriented businesses. The so-called “adult entertainment district” in downtown and parts of Midtown and Sobro More »

Operators of Dallas-based to fight pimping charges with First Amendment  | Technology | Dallas News

0 Commentsby   |  10.13.16  |  Free Speech

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Kim Kardashian West sues online media outlet for libel | The Seattle Times

0 Commentsby   |  10.11.16  |  Libel

Source: Kim Kardashian West sues online media outlet for libel | The Seattle Times More »

JonBenet’s brother sues pathologist for libel

0 Commentsby   |  10.11.16  |  Libel

Now, Burke Ramsey has made good on a threat to sue for defamation, and he’s going after Spitz for $150 million in damages, reports Courthouse News More »

7th Court of Appeals dismisses Donald May libel suit

0 Commentsby   |  10.05.16  |  Free Speech

The defendant in this case is a graduate of Lubbock Christian and Texas Tech law school. More »

Supreme Court Term Promises to Be IP Blockbuster

0 Commentsby   |  09.26.16  |  Copyright and Trademark

With four IP cases on the docket and several more knocking at the door of certiorari the U.S. Supreme Court is poised for a banner year of patent trademark and copyright decisions. 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