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eSafety: Julie Inman Grant ‘dog whistle’ claims ploy to push legislative expansion. Concerns over US government ties discussed.

10 June 2024

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30 April 2024

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Australian government attempts fine X US$500,000 if he doesn't comply with requests to globally censor content on X.  Musk to appeal.

21 April 2024

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The Assange team is ‘hopeful’ for Biden’s review of charges against Julian Assange, but what’s really going on behind the scenes at the White House? Interpol and Extradition Expert, Radha Stirling explains.

18 April 2024

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UK courts have sufficient legal reason to deny the extradition of Julian Assange.

17 April 2024

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Russell Brand has been accused of sexual misconduct. Biden rape accuser Tara Reade to speak on X Spaces today to discuss the implications.

25 September 2023

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Al Roeya censorship goes global with CNN deal

6 December 2022

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Twitter accused of pandering to Gulf States by shutting down human rights organisation who helped Princess Latifa, daughter of Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed Al Maktoum.

12 February 2021

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Concerns raised about UAE censorship of Twitter following suspension of accounts associated with Detained in Dubai

12 February 2021

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Free speech organisation Skyline, talks with Radha Stirling on censorship, cybercrime laws, big tech and governmental attacks on human rights organisations and oppositional voices.

2 February 2021