“It's these omissions that tell us far more about the progress or lack thereof in how the US government thinks about a complex subject like Internet freedom.”
“Twitter trends also help us gauge how visible we are to the international community my trends feed is set to Worldwide, and I know a lot of people have it set to various places in the US," @alya1989262 wrote.”
“Hoover Candy Group, which owns the Hoover brand in Europe, has asked us to point out that it has no connection with Hoover US, owned by Maytag, and that any sale of the US company will have no effect on European operations Hoover put up for sale after revenues hit floor, page 25, February 4.”
“Absurd as it sounds, let us say for the purpose of argument that the Mexican government were to try to take over the United States, and for some reason, the US government and its large standing military with nuclear weapons was unable to fight this off.”
“Let us say that an oppressive government came to power in the US.”
“The reactions to WikiLeaks share one abiding characteristic, so obvious that it can easily be overlooked, namely an unwillingness to address with any sophistication or seriousness the complex and everchanging world that the US -- and all of us -- must now deal with.”
“Let us remember that this was an act of domestic terrorism by a white US citizen: Jared Laughner.”
“Gorgon Stare might help us understand modern American security challenges if it would fix its gaze on US cities.”
“They are not moving us towards a German or French or Swedish system - they are moving us towards the US system.”
“But let us not fool ourselves that any of this pleases US or UK governments in the least.”
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