Google–‘don’t be evil’–issues ‘take down’ order to Blazing Cat Fur

BREAKING: Is an accused terrorist trying to shut down my husband’s blog?

Kathy Shaidle Five Feet of Fury 3/25/2013

Arnie did some digging…

UPDATE:

BlazingCatFur is hosted at Blogger.com, which is owned by Google.

Since the “accused terrorist” complained to Google about four of Arnie’s posts, Google sent Arnie a “take down” notice and he […]

Lend Blazing Cat Fur a hand

William A. Jacobson Legal Insurrection 2/10/2013

In early January I wrote about the lawfare being waged against Blazing Cat Fur, the Canadian blog, Support Blazing Cat Fur.

The litigation is over, but the substantial legal bills remain.

You would be doing a good thing if you lent them a hand.

Contribute to the Blazing Cat […]

The fight for free speech in Canada is not over

Brian Lilley Lilley’s Pad 2/8/2013

Last June many of us who had been fighting to end Canada’s ridiculous internet censorship law breathed a big sigh of relief. Conservative MP Brian Storseth’s bill to remove section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act had passed third reading and was on its way to becoming law.

Yet […]

The Queen’s Speech

Blazing Cat Fur 12/25/2012

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More at the BBC:

…The Christmas address is written by the Queen and usually has a strong religious framework, reflects current issues and draws on her own experiences over the past year.

Her use of 3D technology comes 80 years after George V first broadcast a Christmas speech on […]

Please Contribute to Blazing Cat Fur Defense Fund

Donald Douglas American Power 12/12/2012

Well, yet more in the ongoing freedom to blog series: It turns out my good friend BCF — a.k.a Arnie, Kathy Shaidle’s husband — is being sued by serial litigant Richard Warman, a so-called “human rights activist” and actual member of the white supremacist Stormfront group.

See, “Blazingcatfur Legal Defense […]

10 September 2001

11 September 2012

 

 

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Keep them all, the living and the dead, in your thoughts and prayers today.

Photo via Common Sense Club

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