2 February 2019 — WSWS
The European Parliament has voted a resolution supporting the brazen US-led coup to topple Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, endorsing the Trump administration’s aggressive policy.
Monsanto’s past is finally catching up with it. And that’s making the Biotech Bully’s future look not so good—especially in Europe.
Today (Thursday, November 9), the EU Parliament again failed to agree on whether to allow European farmers to spray glyphosate, the key active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup weedkiller, for another five years. The chemical’s license expires on December 15 (though there’s an additional 18-month grace period).
21 September 2017 — OpenMedia
Today we have good news for free speech!
A leak from the European Council1 has revealed that Germany, the largest and most powerful member of the EU, is adding its voice to criticism of the controversial mass content filtering proposal we’ve been fighting together.
5 December, 2012 — Voice of Russia
25 January 2012 — Access Now
If you thought SOPA and PIPA were bad, let us introduce you to their Big Brother, ACTA.
The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) is an international treaty that threatens free speech and your privacy online. Imagine if your ISP could censor their networks, police what you did online, and with greater ease turn your information over to authorities. That’s the danger that ACTA poses, and it’s got to be stopped. Continue reading
Statewatch News Online, 9 October 2011 (25/11)
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