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Slashdot Items Tagged "freedom"

Date / TimeStory
Friday January 11, 2013 @07:41PM CNET Parent CBS Blocks Review and Award To Dish Over Legal Dispute
Friday September 28, 2012 @07:49PM ASIC Seeks Power To Read Your Emails
Saturday August 25, 2012 @08:59AM Republican Platform To Include Internet Freedom Plank
Sunday December 25, 2011 @09:16PM Go Daddy Loses Over 21,000 Domains In One Day
Friday December 02, 2011 @09:16PM Swiss Gov't: Downloading Movies and Music Will Stay Legal
Monday July 11, 2011 @12:42AM Ask Slashdot: Large-Scale DIY Outdoor Cooling of Cairo's Tahrir Square?
Sunday July 10, 2011 @12:39AM Facebook Helps Israel Blacklist Air Travellers
Wednesday May 25, 2011 @12:43AM Can Egypt's Telecom Giants Be Sued In the US?
Tuesday May 24, 2011 @11:38AM Civil Society Statement To the E-G8 and G8
Friday May 20, 2011 @02:11AM TI vs. Calculator Hobbyists, the Next Round
Thursday April 21, 2011 @03:46PM Australia Ranked Fourth In Internet Freedom
Tuesday February 08, 2011 @10:15PM House Fails To Extend Patriot Act Spy Powers
Thursday January 27, 2011 @09:14PM Egypt Shuts Off All Internet Access
Wednesday December 15, 2010 @09:31AM Michael Moore Posts Julian Assange's Bail
Tuesday November 02, 2010 @07:44PM UK's National Rail Shuts Down Free Timetable App
Tuesday October 19, 2010 @01:28PM 'Officer Bubbles' Sues YouTube Commenters Over Mockery
Thursday July 15, 2010 @12:48PM Sound As the New Illegal Narcotic?
Friday June 04, 2010 @07:03AM PA Appeals Court Weighs Punishment For Students' Online Parodies
Tuesday May 18, 2010 @08:46AM The Pirate Bay Sinks And Swims
Saturday May 15, 2010 @04:19PM In UK, First "Anarchist's Cookbook" Downloaders' Convictions
Thursday December 24, 2009 @08:17AM BBC's Plan To Kick Open Source Out of UK TV
Monday October 19, 2009 @08:12PM Legal War For WA State Sunshine Law
Sunday December 10, 2006 @05:05AM Second Amendment Questioned
Wednesday June 28, 2006 @10:33AM RMS Calls to Liberate Cyberspace

The perversity of nature is nowhere better demonstrated by the fact that, when exposed to the same atmosphere, bread becomes hard while crackers become soft.

 



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