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Guest Blogs - recent posts we like

Economist and analyst John Aziz's latest blog "On the Dehumanization of Immigrants" - 31 Jul -
Britain is in the grip of a worrying trend. Our own Prime Minister compared migrants in Calais to insects when he called them a “swarm”. Meanwhile, internet comment sections relating to the refugees are filled with hatred and venom.
Interview with UN Special Rapporteur David Kaye on expression, opinion and religious freedom - 3 Jun -
By Leila Nachawati Rego for APCNewsJAKARTA, Indonesia, 03 June 2015
Judith Vidal-Hall: Taking on the giant - 29 Apr -
When a group of claimants in the UK took on Google for invasion of privacy, they had little idea that the case would become a landmark in the fight to tame the internet giant's intrusion into our lives on the web.On 27 March 2015, a group of claimants in the United Kingdom, including myself, won what is being called a “landmark victory” against Google Inc. It handles three billion searches a day globally, exercises a virtual monopoly and is valued at around £250 billion. It is also among the world’s biggest advertising agencies with revenue in 2013 of some £49 billion.

Network news

17/07/2015   Media censors protests against Japan's defence expansion

Asahi ShimbunAsahi ShimbunJapanese PM Shinzo Abe has silenced debate on controversial “Peace and Security” legislation. Opposition politicians protested the move while thousands of people took to the streets. The unconstitutional legislation contravenes Article 9 of Japan’s post-war Peace Constitution.

16/07/2015   War-zone child refugees deported at 18

Counterpoints ArtsCounterpoints Arts2000 lone children come to the UK from Iraq and Afghanistan every year. Even without documents or evidence they are protected by the Children Act and can settle into British life, do well at school, make friends… But when they reach 18 they are deported back to a war zone. Watch the Refugee Council’s new BBC investigation.

11/07/2015   Charities call for enquiry on "UK:KGB"

Amnesty’s Kate Allen has called Government spying on charities “straight out of the KGB handbook”. With Liberty and Privacy International, AI is calling for an enquiry into GCHQ. The ITP, while maintaining surveillance is “lawful”, has revealed that intercepted comms data was retained illegally.