Liberty NewsWire: Monday, February 13th, 2012
The internet community – if there is such a thing – has risen up in anger over recent weeks. The main cause of its concerns have been perceived attempts to curtail online freedom by governments and corporations. So what makes the internet angry – and when does that anger have any impact?" – Rory Cellan-Jones, BBC News – See full article below
BBC News – The internet is angry – is it winning?
The Sydney Morning Herald – US eyes global cyber cop role
The Daily Caller – Democrats' cyber bill still looms large
Network World – H.R. 1981, the jaws of law will eat your Internet rights
WebProNews – Study: Piracy Does Not Harm U.S. Box Office Sales
The Joplin Globe – Defense bill draws foes
Tenth Amendment Center – Welcome to the Party!
TSA & Travel Freedom:
The Mail Online – Now that's what you call a bad hair day!
Journal Sentinel Online –Voucher Enrollment Jumps After Rules are Relaxed
The Daily Caller – Michelle Obama’s Warning to Gun Owners
Chicago Tribune – The folly of attacking Iran
Business Report – New sanctions on Iran disrupt food imports
The Economic Times – Housing Slump Hurdle in US Federal Reserve’s Efforts
Bloomberg – Obama’s $3 Trillion Budget Proves Unique
The Daily Caller – Obamacare architect: Expect steep increase in health care premiums
Christian Science Monitor – Can Birth-Control Flap Rekindle ‘Repeal ObamaCare’ Crusade?
Washington Times – VA. Democracts, Republicans: No, We Can’t Just Get Along