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Comment: Re:Using the truth to bolster a lie (Score 5, Informative) 291

by seasleepy (#28702157) Attached to: Canadians Find Traffic Shaping "Reasonable"
The comments on Michael Geist's blog indicate that the polling went rather like you expected.

Interestingly, just prior to the release of the survey, one of the people who was called over the weekend (the survey was conducted July 9 - 12th) contacted me to report:

I took a Harris-Decima phone poll over the weekend and their questions about traffic shaping could be roughly summed up as "Did you know that your neighbour's movie downloading is slowing down your Internet?".

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+ - Phoenix Police Seize PC's of a Critical Blogger

Submitted by logicassasin
logicassasin (318009) writes "From the article found here — http://carlosmiller.com/2009/04/02/phoenix-police-raid-home-of-blogger-whose-writing-is-highly-critical-of-them/

"In what should send a frightening chill down the spine of every blogger, writer, journalist and First Amendment advocate in the United States, Phoenix police raided the home of a blogger who has been highly critical of the department.

Jeff Pataky, who runs Bad Phoenix Cops, said the officers confiscated three computers, routers, modems, hard drives, memory cards and everything necessary to continue blogging.

The 41-year-old software engineer said they also confiscated numerous personal files and documents relating to a pending lawsuit he has against the department alleging harassment — which he says makes it obvious the raid was an act of retaliation."

Read an Arizona news article on the raid here: http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2009/03/19/20090319copsblog0319.html"

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