Journalist Detained: Where is the 1st Amendment?
As of 7th of April 2012, 76 journalist in 12 cities have been arrested since the beginning of Occupy Wall Street in America. Reporters Without Borders rates the freedom of the press for countries in the world and the United States fell down to number 47 dropping by 27
Stop the cyber intelligence sharing and protection act (CISPA)
The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) would allow companies doing business in the US to collect exact records of all of our online activities and hand them over to the US government, without ever notifying us that we are being watched.
Al-Jazeera told me not to report on Syria
CISPA and Journalism
The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act is a bill that would allow companies doing business in the US to collect records of American citizens online activities, worldwide. This includes all American journalists, photographers...
Propaganda and Historical Events
History is defined as, “a record of narrative description of past events”, “all that is remembered of the past as preserved in writing; or images; a body of knowledge”
Propaganda: Egypt opens the Gazan Borders
May 29, 2011 -When first read the article “Egypt Gazan Borders Opens Permanently “Egypt Gazan Borders Opens Permanently” on the Huffington Post, I was ready to go outside
Where Lies Become the Truth
25 February 2012
The brief history of America video is to remember who we really are in relation to the Syrian revolution. I do not think that we know how to go and help a country, then leave. We must be able to print money that we don't have and is not backed up to help?
SOPA is not dead
January 13, 2012 - In an incredible turn of events, six Republican Senators have asked Majority Leader Harry Reid not to hold a vote on PIPA (The Protect IP Act), and the Senate version of SOPA. The Protect IP Act (Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property Act of 2011 or PIPA)...
SOPA and PIPA Supporters List
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Censorship in the Worlds Largest Democracy
In the world's largest democracy, something is brewing that could have grave implications for freedom of expression. On January 12, in response to a private lawsuit, a Delhi High Court judge, Justice Suresh Kai...
Censorship of Media: Libya and Lack of Information
13 May 2011, Italy - The Internet was a main source in organizing the dates, times and places for the demonstrations in almost all of the Middle East uprisings. As a result, Libya has blocked all social networking sites, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
Propaganda: Egypt Opens Gazan Borders
When first read the article “Egypt Gazan Borders Opens Permanently “Egypt Gazan Borders Opens Permanently” on the Huffington Post, I was ready to go outside and dance in the streets and then I wondered why others were not going outside and dancing? This was good news!
History is defined as, “a record of narrative description of past events”, “all that is remembered of the past as preserved in writing; or images; a body of knowledge”...
In one of the early Digital Conferences, the Rev. Don Doll, S.J. pointed out that there are degrees of changes that can be done electronically to a photograph....
Honest photographs can have an ethical dimension when it concerns the personal ethics of the photographer. Did the photographer violate some ethical standard in the process of making the picture?...
Visual journalists operate as trustees of the public. Our primary role is to report visually on the significant events and varied viewpoints in our common world....