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Comment: Adnan Oktar/Harun Yayha (Score 3, Informative) 262

by milo_a_wagner (#25516801) Attached to: Blogger.com Banned In Turkey
Some of us have been keeping an eye on this lunatic for some time:

http://counterknowledge.com/?p=223

http://counterknowledge.com/?p=157

http://counterknowledge.com/?p=72

He seems to have a stranglehold over the Turkish courts, and is gradually silencing any and all outlets of dissent under flawed defamation and libel law.

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+ - Judges Reinstate Charges of Google Evil

Submitted by
theodp
theodp writes "A California appeals court has reinstated former Stanford prof Brian Reid's age-discrimination suit against Google, ruling that a lower Court erred in siding with Google and rejecting Mr. Reid's claims. And the Court Decision (PDF) seems to confirm claims that Google does (k)no(w) evil: 'We conclude that Reid produced sufficient evidence that Google's reasons for terminating him were untrue or pretextual, and that Google acted with discriminatory motive such that a factfinder would conclude Google engaged in age discrimination.' As side notes, helping Reid make his case is CS Prof Norman Matloff, while Google's actions are being defended by Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati of pretexting-was-not-generally-unlawful fame."

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