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March 24, 2015

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Jewish and Islamic Schools Given Millions of Dollars of Security in Australia Amidst Terrorist Fear -

Monday, March 2, 2015

New Australian IVAN MILAT Series Irritates Thousands Convinced We Should “Forget All About Him” -

Friday, February 27, 2015

The Flaws of Western Feminism, Oppression and That Old Equal Pay Debate -

Monday, February 23, 2015

Australia Resorts to Guilt and Threats Against Indonesia, Attempting to Spare Bali Nine Members From Execution. -

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Australian Mandatory Government Data Retention Con Will Cost $400m for Your “Freedom” and “Safety” -

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Everything Is Offensive. Everything Is Sexist, Racist and Derogatory. -

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Ross Ulbricht Convicted for Black Market Site SILK ROAD -

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Qatar Airways Buys Stake of British Airways and Iberia Parent Company -

Saturday, January 31, 2015

Delta and Southwest Planes Landed After Twitter Prankster Claims to Have Smuggled Bombs. -

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Why Does Depicting Prophet Muhammad Annoy Some of the Muslims? -

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Gamblers, Transgenders, Voyeurs and People With Fetishes May Be Unable to Hold Driver’s Licence in Russia in Effort to Crack Down on Road Accidents. -

Friday, January 9, 2015

[COMPLETE COVERAGE] Airbus A320 AirAsia Flight QZ8501 Goes Missing. -

Sunday, December 28, 2014

MMXIV: The Year in Review -

Saturday, December 27, 2014

Protests in Missouri After Teenage Black Man Shot Dead by Police -

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Sydney Hostage Crisis Ends: The Event That Was a Convenience to the Australian Government? -

Monday, December 15, 2014

(UPDATED) Sydney City in Lockdown After Man Takes 13 Hostages in Cafe -

Monday, December 15, 2014

“MH17 Shot Down by Ukraine, Mistaken for Putin’s Plane” -

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

The Pirate Bay Raided in Stockholm -

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Australian Retailers Pull GTA v From Shelves Thanks to Females Warning “It Promotes Sexual Violence” -

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Another Dramatic G20 Summit After Criticisms and Propaganda Flow Against Russia and Australia -

Friday, November 21, 2014

The Pirate Bay Raided in Stockholm

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Swedish authorities have raided torrent website The Pirate Bay which has knocked it offline. According to police in Stockholm, several servers and computer equipment have been seized. Hey there, We appreciate and respect your freedom to block ads on the web, but could we kindly ask you add an exception for WordMean? Not only is the website non-intrusive when it comes to advertisements, it’s often slowed down by adblock software. Thanks   Whilst no arrests have been confirmed and very little information regarding the unavailability of the website worldwide has been released, there are speculations that a crackdown on The…

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isoHunt Shuts Down After Deal With Motion Picture Association of America

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Torrent aggregator site, IsoHunt, last week reached an agreement with the Motion Picture Association of America which would require it to cease all operations. isoHunt closed down hastily to prevent people from making a copy of the site and its torrents. This is it. We are shutting down isoHunt services a little early. I’m told there was this Internet archival team that wants to make historical copy of our .torrent files, I’m honoured that people think our site is worthy of historical preservation. But the truth is about 95% of those .torrent files can be found off Google regardless and…

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Australian Internet Censorship Brought Up Again After Agencies Block ‘Questionable’ Websites.

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Communist Conroyism strikes back after it’s alleged that Stephen Conroy (pictured), the communications minister of Australia, passed on information dealing with blocking Australian internet users from visiting various websites. Australian Greens senator Scott Ludlam claims that the federal government has now revived internet censorship concerns with evidence that its agencies are using powers to block Australian users from accessing websites more widely than first thought. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) confirms that it has asked internet service providers (ISPs), including Telstra, to block access to two websites believed to be part of a share trading scam in late…

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US Government Orders 3D Gun Templates to Be Removed From the Net…so Download Here.

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The US government has demanded designs for a 3D-printed gun be taken offline. Impossible. The order to remove the template files for the plastic gun comes after they were downloaded more than 100,000 times. They were being hosted on MEGA. The US State Department wrote to the gun’s designer, Defense Distributed, suggesting publishing them online may breach arms-control regulations. Naturally, you can still download the .STL files from The Pirate Bay…or…you know, the dozens of websites which will suddenly make sure there are as much mirrors as possible. Direct Download Link here via WordswithMeaning.org Disclosure Vault

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BT, Sky, Virgin, O2 Amongst ISP’s Blocking Torrent Sites

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So far a High Court verdict has enforced mandatory censorship for major internet service providers BT, Sky, Virgin Media, O2, EE and TalkTalk. The sites in question that have been blocked are The Pirate Bay, KickAss Torrents (KAT), Fenopy and H33T.   Earlier this month, Torrentfreak reported that the fantasy action series “Game of Thrones” was the most pirated television program. This triggered a rather welcoming response from HBO’s programming president Michael Lombardo who considered the statistics as a compliment, especially as Game of Thrones was the network’s best-selling DVD season release of 2012.   “The demand is there. And…

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SimCity Game’s Anti-Piracy Measures Cause Upset Forcing Amazon to Take Action.

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The highly anticipated release of PC game SimCity has been met with unanimous condemnation over its anti-piracy measures. The game requires players to be connected to the internet to play the game and if that’s not enough of a deterrent, if the servers are full or undergoing maintenance then you’re shit out of luck. SimCity, the first release of the archetypal city-building simulator in 10 years, has now been made ‘unavailable’ through online retailing giant Amazon.com Players are finding that the servers are being overloaded and therefore aren’t saving their game progress. Anyone who genuinely purchased the game is confronted…

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The Record Industry Is Losing: Why Some Artists Are FINALLY Escaping the Greedy, Copyright Nazi’s Who Own(ed) Them.

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It’s no secret that the relationships between artists and publishers have always been tense – this (mostly) comes down to the fact that many contracts claim absolute ownership of the artist. This can – no joke – include control over opinions, fashion style, concert setlists and views that may conflict with the record industries business ventures (for example; many record company executives are Jewish and therefore they require artists to refrain from having a say on tensions in Israel) If you take a look at the RIAA website’s response to the common questions related to piracy — archived here –…

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The ITU UN Treaty for Internet Regulation Has Been Blocked.

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The UN’s International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has failed in its attempt to revise – and practically encourage censorship – state regulations on the internet. Major western UN Countries – including The US, Canada and The UK – have objected to calls for to have equal rights to the governance of the internet and the treaty’s proposal has now been shelved. “It’s with a heavy heart and a sense of missed opportunities that the US must communicate that it’s not able to sign the agreement in the current form,” said Terry Kramer the US ambassador to the World Conference on International…

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[SPECIAL SERIES] [The Deep Web] Human Experiments and Groups Dedicated to Subject Research.

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As I covered in my previous story; the ‘deep web’ is a place filled with interesting (or disturbing) content that has to be accessed explicitly by means other than your everyday “type URL – hit enter – view website” routine. I received notification (from who I recently confirmed was the WordMean editor-in-chief) that a few inquiries had been sent in regards to my claims in that last article. I understand that there are many concerns over my anonymity and potential links to government bodies but let’s just say that I do not work for the government – I used to,…

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[IN-DEPTH] the Ultimate Guide to Torrents.

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At the beginning of the year we claimed that the best way for corporations to battle piracy would be to stop going over-the-top and claiming pirates were all thieving bastards who never purchased the stuff they like. For that,  we were supposedly “conspiring to promote copyright infringement” – an allegation that the US Department of Justice threw at us. We didn’t really see what the problem was seeing as we hadn’t explicitly “conspired” to “promote” – but hell, we figured we might as well do what we were falsely accused of. Here goes. At just over 1200 words and split…

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