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Google Censorship

Posted by te2ataria on June 20, 2008

Google Censorship: Flagrant Violation of Free Speech!

Say “NO!” To Google Censorship

Announcement: Anti-Censorship Campaign Against Google starts

Google search engines continue to block specific searches for information on New Zeelend posted after early June 2008.

New Zeelend is a non-commercial, volunteer service public information blog dedicated to exposing the truth about New Zealand.

In 2006 Amnesty International launched a campaign against Internet censorship targeting Google, Yahoo and Microsoft for complying with Internet censorship in China. Google and the others were accused of colluding with repressive regimes like the Chinese regime to curtail online freedom.”

The Internet has become a new frontier in the struggle for human rights,” said Kate Allen, director of Amnesty’s British operations.

“Its potential to empower and educate, to allow people to share and mobilize opinion, has led to government crackdowns,” she said.

Google Operates Outside US Constitution, International Law

Two years on, and in a flagrant violation the US Constitution and international law, Google now appears to be colluding with the repressive regime in New Zealand to curtail our online freedom and our inalienable right to free speech.

Freedom of speech is being able to speak freely without censorship. The United States Constitution protects opinions under inalienable 1st Amendment free speech rights.

The right to freedom of speech is also guaranteed under international law through numerous human-rights instruments, notably under Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

Google is blatantly violating the United States Constitution and the international law, and therefore poses a clear and present threat to online freedom and freedom of speech in the United states and in other countries throughout the world. Google must NOT be allowed to operate in its current format.

More information will be posted here.

Constructive comments, suggestion and other information concerning this campaign may be posted below.
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American tourist killed in New Zealand

Posted by feww on February 28, 2008

[Submitted by a guest writer]

Wrongful Death as the Result of Failure to Warn of Dangers!

Another avoidable Death!

This time an American tourist was killed in New Zealand. Alan Paul Leger, a 57-year-old from Boston, just a name to the readers, but a real person to his family, alive and well just a few days ago, is now dead. Was he murdered, or did he die because the authorities failed to warn him of the dangers? Either way, one or more people are directly responsible for his death and they should be brought to account.

To add insult to injury because the victim was an American, and the New Zealanders don’t like “septic tanks” (Yanks) in their neck of the woods, New Zealand police declared: “The American tourist who fell to his death in the Mt Cook National Park yesterday was inexperienced in the alpine environment.”

Mountain Safety Council chair Ross Meder added: “Tourists often fail to realise weather conditions can change extremely quickly in New Zealand, much more so than in the Northern Hemisphere.”

Well, thanks for letting the deceased know. He would be sure to be careful next time!

Links to the death report:
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/section/1/story.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=104916500
http://www.stuff.co.nz/4394988a11.html

Links to recent tourist fatalities in NZ:
New Zealand: A Tourist Deathtrap
Canadian Tourist Murdered?
Murdered in New Zealand in the Prime of Her Life

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