Kenneth Pybus's Archive

South Park shows Trump being brutally raped to death

0 Commentsby   |  09.25.15  |  Free Speech

South Park’s creators launched a scathing attack on The Donald which often crossed the boundaries of taste as it showed the Republican Presidential candidate being raped to death. More »

This man was arrested for anti-police Facebook posts. Then, he sued.

0 Commentsby   |  09.24.15  |  Free Speech

Hat tip to Comm Law student Allison Brown: More »

Sean Penn Files $10 Million Defamation Lawsuit Against ‘Empire’ Co-Creator Lee Daniels

0 Commentsby   |  09.22.15  |  Free Speech

Penn says that Daniels accused him of domestic violence with a comparison to Terrence Howard. More »

Group libel / “hate speech” charges in Montana dismissed

0 Commentsby   |  09.16.15  |  Free Speech

Montana trial court says Montana’s broad criminal libel statute violates the First Amendment. More »

YouTube ‘Dancing Baby’ Copyright Ruling Sets Fair Use Guideline

0 Commentsby   |  09.14.15  |  Free Speech

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On Monday, in a famous case that has become symbolic of clashes over copyright online, a federal court ruled that copyright holders must consider fair use before asking YouTube to remove content. More »

Showing a middle finger while driving by a police officer isn’t a crime

0 Commentsby   |  07.15.15  |  Free Speech

According to the U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas in a decision last week in Brown v. Wilson. More »

Jacksonville chief judge scales back ban on protests; federal lawsuit filed |

0 Commentsby   |  07.09.15  |  Free Speech

Chief Judge Mark Mahon struck his previous administrative order and wrote a new one Tuesday, the same day that two activists filed a federal lawsuit against him, calling his ban against some protests unconstitutional. More »

It’s a crime to use George Washington — or any other U.S. military figure — in advertisements in Louisiana or Arizona – The Washington Post

0 Commentsby   |  07.09.15  |  Free Speech

Unless, of course, you get the consent of “the closest living relative, by blood or marriage, of the deceased” — who would that be (and how would one figure this out if there were multiple equally close living relatives)? More »

Abbott & Costello Heirs Sue Play For Briefly Using  ‘Who’s On First?’ Routine | Techdirt

by   |  07.01.15  |  Free Speech

Source: Abbott & Costello Heirs Sue Play For Briefly Using \\\’Who\\\’s On First?\\\’ Routine | Techdirt More »

Abbott signs law giving reporters extra libel protection

by   |  05.31.15  |  fair report

Abbott signs law giving reporters extra libel protection

Source: Abbott signs law giving reporters extra libel protection 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