21WIRE + RT | There seems to be some confusion surrounding these ‘major security breeches’.
21WIRE + BBC | How can causing offence to someone be considered a crime?
21WIRE + Shepard Ambellas | This seems to be setting the stage for the Orwellian state to react – in a predictable way.
21WIRE | No one is immune – even celebrities are suffering from this new clinical disorder.
Iyad Barakat | Essential reading for anyone interested in what’s driving the dark digital wave of the ‘Islamic State’.
21WIRE | Make no mistake, this is a propaganda war.
21WIRE + RT | This is what happens in a dictatorship – and it’s all to hide NATO’s revived plans for war with Syria.
CNN’s Piers Morgan Dumped – ‘British Accent’, Gun Obsession, and Endless Trolling on Twitter to Blame
21WIRE | Like his countryman Bashir, foreign import Piers Morgan has finally been shown the exit.
21WIRE + Daily Beast | Tweeting racist or otherwise libelous bile can land you in jail in the UK, but why not in the US?
Faces of Death: Syria terrorist opposition Tweet smiling photos of dead ‘martyrs’ for fundraising, recruitment
21WIRE + WP | Halloween came and went last Thursday, but Syria’s Islamic militant opposition fighters have been promoting their new ‘Faces of Death’ genre
UK Column | Patrick Henningsen interviews Ian Puddick about his ongoing campaign for justice.
21WIRE + Examiner | Latest string of death threats to Zimmerman show the double standard that exists under current Party rulers.
Anthony Ha Tech Crunch Nielsen and Twitter just announced a deal for something called the Nielsen Twitter TV Rating, which they’re hoping to turn into the standard metric for measuring the conversation that a TV show spurs on Twitter. The companies say they’re planning to make the rating available commercially in the fall of 2013. The new […]
Brisbane Times/Bloomberg | The McAlpine PR performance was a masterful slight of hand.
McLibel 2.0 – Why Did ITV Hand Over 125K for ‘Schofield’s List’ and Can You Sue 10,000 Twitter Users?
Peter Sterry | The establishment don’t like, and never have liked, the horrid internet, because of what it represents – an affordable, endless community of open source networks and information.
Steven Swinford | McAlpine is ordering the police on a massive, virtual witch hunt in order to clear his good name.
John Ward | McAlpine’s advice on dealing with the media? Spread false defeat to gain public sympathy; or false accusation and then arrange for it to be exposed as such – so the accuser will forever be treated with suspicion.
The Firm | People learned how, what has become known as the “dark arts” – are perpetrated in UK politics and media.