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Justice Dept. Asks for News Site’s Visitor Lists

charlesmoffat-US-censorship-cropd(400 x 426)By Declan McCullagh

In a case that raises questions about online journalism and privacy rights, the U.S. Department of Justice sent a formal request to an independent news site ordering it to provide details of all reader visits on a certain day.

The grand jury subpoena also required the Philadelphia-based Indymedia.us Web site “not to disclose the existence of this request” unless authorized by the Justice Department, a gag order that presents an unusual quandary for any news organization.

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Just Say ‘NO’ Mass Non-Compliance as a Means to Ending Tyranny

IMBR-00136029-001Around the world, police states are becoming the dominant form of government.  Even citizens from countries trained to perceive themselves as free are fast becoming aware that they are living under an ever enlarging fascist central government.  The evidence of this increasing tide of tyranny can be found internationally, from local and regional governments to federal agencies and world organizations like the World Trade Organization, The World Health Organization, Codex Alimentarius and others.  The code of law has been subverted by statutes, acts, bills, and even executive orders enacted to control (enslave) the world population.  Many have been reduced to debt slaves already.

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