A British university is paying students to spy on their classmates and report them for any language they deem to be a teeny bit offensive.
In an Orwellian twist of fate, surveillance cameras have been installed at the London gravesite of Karl Marx.
Angela Merkel’s government is preparing a new bill that will force Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to hand over data, including passwords, of those accused of engaging in “hate speech” online.
Three cheers for Harry Miller who has been fighting for free speech in the London High Court this week against the increasingly censorious, oppressive, and petty-minded British police over a ‘transphobic’ ‘non-crime hate incident’.
This is the anniversary of the greatest moment in the history of the BBC: the heroic ascent of Nelson’s Column in London’s Trafalgar Square by Blue Peter presenter John Noakes.
The Library Journal, which advertises itself as the “most trusted and respected publication for the library community,” appears to be calling for the banning of books it considers guilty of “whiteness.”
You know, nothing proves we’re closer to dystopia more than a massive, multi-national corporation like Netflix attempting to outlaw the term “chick flick,” to put a scarlet letter on speech it doesn’t like.
Alt-left demonstrators descended on the Italian city of Verona Saturday to protest the World Congress of Families, sending the city into a security lockdown.
Men cannot become women. Lena Dunham’s naked body is disgusting. John McCain was not a good man.
French authorities will install tiny microphones in a crime-ridden neighbourhood to listen for suspicious noises and alert police, but residents worry they will be spied on by “Big Brother.”