‘Irish SOPA’ made law

Mar 02, 2012 by

Ireland has signed a controversial amendment dubbed the “Irish SOPA” which reinforces existing copyright law amid widespread concern that it will encroach on Internet freedom. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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Undercover policeman admits spying on Danish activists

Dec 07, 2011 by

Kennedy said he was “under huge pressure to gather all this intelligence and feed it back” after European governments asked for his help. Details of his deployment in Germany, Iceland, and Ireland have previously been revealed, leading to criticism that British police were interfering in the democratic affairs of other countries. Kennedy said he went [...]

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The Furthest Ends of Africa

Mar 22, 2011 by

I’ve conducted many studies into different aspects of Stonehenge; apart from the ruins themselves, one thing that all these investigations have had in common is sheer amount of work and preparation went into them beforehand. There are four or five still waiting to be completed in the archives, and I don’t doubt for a moment [...]

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