Whispers and Warnings for 12/07/2016

Whispers and Warnings for 12/07/2016

I don’t care who you voted for…a website CEO doing this is absolutely disgusting.
Social media site Reddit censors Trump supporters.
“Reddit’s CEO, Steve Huffman, secretly used his administrative access to the site to alter angry comments directed at him – changing the text of the comments to make them appear directed at Trump supporters”

 

Will Germany take a stand?
Angela Merkel Calls for Ban on Full-Face Veils in Germany
Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday that Germany should ban full-face veils, and that it would not tolerate any version of Shariah law.

 

Blocking rigged markets – or blocking free speech?
Supreme Court makes prosecution easier of those who ‘gift’ insider information
The case before the Supreme Court involved an investment banker, the brother who pestered him for insider information, and a brother-in-law who made a bundle of money.

 

Punished for speaking out – Our Veterans Deserve Better.
VA retaliation proves that free speech I fought to defend is under assault
From 2013 to 2015, the office reported a 75 percent increase in whistleblower reprisal.

 

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