Category Archives: freedom of expression

Freedom of expression redux

 You’ll remember the man who (temporarily) silenced Tim Ireland (for the full story see Tim’s posts here which prompted a general campaign of support). His campaign involved the use of UK verbal injury laws to attack various newspapers, and bloggers – and … Continue reading

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The silencing of Craig Murray

 The other day I posted about Craig Murray’s website being removed after the intervention of an Uzbek billionaire’s solicitors.  The story was carried on chickenyoghurt with follow up stories on a few blogs.  I’d found the action against the webhosts … Continue reading

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Freedom of expression, the blogosphere, Uzbek billionaires, and webhosts

Calling  surliminal   (on the IT law front) and other politically interested observers. Have you seen the story about the Uzbek billionaire, currently expanding his share interest in a large English football team, and his latest legal activities? Former British ambassador … Continue reading

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