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Maui GMO Initiative – Quieting the Opposition
It is clear that one of the tactics of the anti GMO crowd is to silence the opposition through any means necessary. Even if that means trampling on the right to free speech.

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I, like the vast majority of Chambers County residents, believe that our Second Amendment right to bear arms is unalienable and given to us by God, not the government. It is sacred to many of us, and we will fight to protect it.

Today is the day when we need to stand up for this right. Democrat House District 23 candidate Susan Criss wants to restrict these rights and make it harder for law-abiding citizens to own firearms in Chambers County.

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By Peter Campbell for the Daily Mail

Published: 01:17 EST, 20 October 2014 | Updated: 01:35 EST, 20 October 2014

The campaign to make corporations tax affairs more transparent has received a boost after a FTSE 100 firm vowed to be completely open about its finances.

Energy giant SSE will today become the first big company in Britain to qualify for the Fair Tax Mark, which was launched earlier this year to encourage firms to disclose whether they use tax havens or avoidance schemes.

The company paid 430m of corporation tax in the UK last year. SSE boss Alistair Phillips-Davies said the company has a responsibility to contribute to the societies in which it operates.

Boost:Energy giant SSE will become the first big company in Britain to qualify for the Fair Tax Mark

He added the firm seeks to pay the right amount of corporation tax at the right time, in the right place and explain how it does it.

Richard Murphy, director at the Fair Tax Mark, said: Today is a major breakthrough for the campaign for responsible tax behaviour. Corporation tax avoidance costs the UK economy billions a year money needed to support vital health, education and social security services in this country.

Energy companies tend to incur big tax bills.

Centrica, the owner of British Gas, is one of the largest tax-contributing companies in the UK, and last year paid more than 1bn to HMRC.

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The arrival of outside demonstrators at Tech last week, sparked a discussion on campus about free speech as several student groups organized counter-protests and alternate programming. Among the most controversial parts of the Southeast Preachers Associations (SOPA) comments were those made against gays and lesbians, which many students called anti-gay and hateful.

So these people, due to their first amendment free speech laws are allowed to come out here and preach hate and we figured it would not be right if some Tech students did not come out and preach love as well, said Schuyler Cottrell, a first year ME student and counter-protestor.

One particular issue was the attempted scheduling of a drum circle near the small amphitheater, often called the free speech area. According to Lisa Ray Grovenstein, Media Relations Director, Capital Planning and Space Management denied a request for students to play drums during SOPAs event.

Since playing the drums would have been either disruptive or would have interfered with the lawful use of the free speech space, the request was not approved, Grovenstein said.

Despite this, several students exercised their speech rights in a counterprotest. Around a hundred students sat in the bleachers of the amphitheater, holding signs saying things such as Jesus had two dads and you had me at meat tornado, and engaging with the demonstrators.

According to Techs Free Expression policy, Georgia Tech holds the first amendment guarantees of freedom of speech, freedom of expression, and the right to assemble peaceably as an essential cornerstone to the advancement of knowledge and the right of a free people.

What you need to remember is the policy is that we are for free speech and we dont try to control the content of anybodys speech, said Gary Wolovick, an attorney for the Office of Legal Affairs.

Although outside groups must be allowed to demonstrate on campus, outside groups must reserve space in advance, and the spaces they can reserve are usually limited to the Free Speech Areas, usually the small amphitheater where SOPA was demonstrating.

The procedure really has to do with time place and manner, Wolovick said. It really has to do with making sure that the space isnt being used by somebody else or that space is adequate.

Tech students and staff are less limited in the time and places they can protest, demonstrate or otherwise exercise their free speech rights.

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While some school districts have tried to prevent certain forms of offensive or vulgar speech in grade schools, Penn State spokeswoman Lisa Powers said free speech is important to protect at the college level.

In March, the Supreme Court ruled that Easton Area School District could not ban the I (Heart) Boobies! bracelets, said Molly Tack-Hooper, one of the attorneys who represented two students in the school district who were fighting for the right to wear the bracelets.

The issue revolved around whether the school district has the right to censor what it viewed to be vulgar speech or whether it violates the Constitution to simply enforce its own standard of what is lewd or vulgar, American Civil Liberties Union attorney Tack-Hooper said.

The I (Heart) Boobies! bracelets were made by the Keep A Breast Foundation to spread awareness for breast cancer.

Constitutional rights dont end at schoolhouse gates, Tack-Hooper said.

Free speech is something that concerns Penn State students as well.

There are a number of incidents in any university’s past that have called for protection of the First Amendment, Powers said via email.

She said issues include costumes of poor taste, suggestive displays, provocative speech on campus, sexually explicit events, distasteful and bloody posters [and] slogans on shirts.

These have all been part of Penn States past, Powers said.

But despite public outcry, these are all forms of free speech, she added.

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Staying anonymous online could get a lot simpler with Anonabox, a pocket-sized networking device due to launch early next year.

The $51 device plugs into any standard Internet router and pipes all traffic through the Tor network. The traffic then moves through multiple computers on Tors network, erasing its tracks along the way, before finally hitting the open Internet. The result is an anonymous and encrypted connection straight out of the box.

While Tor already offers a Web browser for this purpose, extending Tors capabilities to other programs requires a complicated setup process. Even opening an attachment from Tor can create risk, as the outside program could connect to the Internet without keeping the user anonymous. By plugging directly into the router, Anonabox promises to anonymize all Internet activity regardless of what program youre using.

Why this matters: Between overreaching government data collection in the United States, censorship in other countries and the rise of the darknet, theres a huge demand for products that hide their users online activities. Anonabox is hitting all the right notes at just the right time, with a low-cost product thats supposedly easy to use and to conceal. That may explain why the Kickstarter campaign is nearing $300,000 as of this writingfar beyond Anonaboxs $7,500 goal.

As Wired points out, Anonabox is not the first device of its kind. Devices like Torouter and Portal require technical know-how to replace a routers stock software, while OnionPi arrives as a kit that must be assembled by the user. Anonaboxs closest competitor is SafePlug, a $49 device that plugs into any router, but its larger and potentially less secure. By comparison, Anonabox is small enough to conceal in a pants pocket, and the creators promise to test and configure each unit by hand to make sure theyre working properly.

For now, the Tor community isnt giving a full endorsement, though Tors executive director Andrew Lewman told Wired that the device looks promising. Micah Lee, lead technologist for The Intercept, suggested that users still fire up the Tor browser in conjunction with the box, as it avoids fingerprinting techniques that other browsers use to track individuals around the Web.

Given that this is a Kickstarter project, potential buyers need to reserve some skepticism as well. However, the creators note that the product is already fully functional and ready for large-scale production, with backup vendors in place. At a glance, it seems like a well-organized campaign, and a potentially valuable tool for protestors, privacy paranoids and Internet miscreants alike.

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Karen Kim hangs Twitter icons in a commemoration of the 1964 Free Speech Movement at UC-Berkeley.(Photo: Ben Margot, AP)

The crowd at the Brava Theater in San Francisco’s Mission District on a recent Saturday night filled no more than two-thirds of the seats. My 22-year-old daughter, a law student at the University of California-Berkeley, was the youngest member of the audience by a good 30 years. The predominant hair color was gray, trending white.

My daughter, wife and I were there for the premier performance of FSM, a 50th anniversary celebration of the Free Speech Movement, the student-led challenge of a Berkeley administrative ban on campus political activity that captivated the nation during the fall of 1964. Weeks of demonstrations and sit-ins culminated in hundreds of arrests, but also in a concession to students that they had the right to political speech on campus.

Watching FSM unfold reminded me that what matters is what you learn after you know it all. Fifty years ago, as a young Air Force airman, I wrote a long letter to my hometown weekly newspaper decrying the tactics of the Berkeley students and their rumored communist inspirations, and singling out their leader, Mario Savio, for particular scorn.

Time and experience

That was before 40-plus years as a journalist and lecturer at four major universities taught me how precious the First Amendment is, and how endangered it has become. Nowhere is this more evident than on college campuses. Free-speech advocates might have won the battle of Berkeley 50 years ago, but they’ve been losing the war on campuses for decades.

Students grow up today with the Internet, which embodies free speech sometimes despicable speech in blogs and social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook. But too few of them have a sense of history or seem concerned about what’s going on around them, especially that hundreds of colleges have imposed speech codes or set up absurd “free speech zones” in obscure corners of the campus.

You’d think that Berkeley, with its storied history, would be an exception, but it’s not. While thousands of students jammed Sproul Plaza in 1964, a ceremony this month kicking off a remembrance of that fall’s events drew only about 300 people to the same spot.

Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks set the tone earlier by reminding students and faculty by e-mail that “we can only exercise our right to free speech insofar as we feel safe and respected in doing so, and this in turn requires that people treat each other with civility.” After an uproar among faculty, Dirks issued what some called a mea culpa, in which he downplayed the civility angle and called for “real engagement on divisive issues.”

“Civility,” “respect” and “courteousness” are elitist code words meaning that offending anyone will not be tolerated in the context of free expression. But where does the Constitution guarantee freedom from being offended? For example, I am rarely not offended by something I see or read when I turn on the television or go online. Does that mean I’d like to live in an environment where no one would be permitted to offend me? No, that’s what off-buttons are for.

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Between 2006 and 2012, two companies established by Declan Conway, Pronanotect and Spearpoint Holdings, raised a total of 1.9 million from investors

Shareholders in two Business Expansion Scheme (BES) companies run by businessman Declan Conway have written to him demanding to know why almost 1.6 million was transferred from both firms to a number of offshore entities.

Between 2006 and 2012, two companies established by Mr Conway, Pronanotect and Spearpoint Holdings, raised a total of 1.9 million from investors, much of it through the old BES, which allowed backers to write off part of their outlay against their taxes.

A number of individual investors subsequently became concerned that 811,000 was transferred from Pronanotect and 771,000 from Spearpoint to two offshore companies controlled by Mr Conway, Delaware-registered Avant Capital Partners and Avant Investments LDA in Portugal.

The six individuals, responsible for 275,000 of the total invested in both companies, want a detailed summary of the expenses, including the amounts, reason, method of payment and proof that the money was received.

Accounts show Pronanotect and Spearpoint paid some of the costs incurred by the various Avant entities in 2010, which were then recorded as owing this money to both companies.

Pronanotect was given the right to convert this debt into shares in three businesses set up to recycle waste plastic into fuel oil. Spearpoint does not appear to have received a similar guarantee.

Pronanotects latest accounts state that in June last year, the company exercised this right by entering into an agreement with Avant giving it the right to future royalties, revenue and capital appreciation from three businesses in the US, UK and Africa.

However, the investors say the businesses involved are carrying out the activities for which Pronanotect was set up in the first place.

Mr Conway and his brother Brendan are directors of both BES companies.

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Between 2006 and 2012, two companies established by Declan Conway, Pronanotect and Spearpoint Holdings, raised a total of 1.9 million from investors

Shareholders in two Business Expansion Scheme (BES) companies run by businessman Declan Conway have written to him demanding to know why almost 1.6 million was transferred from both firms to a number of offshore entities.

Between 2006 and 2012, two companies established by Mr Conway, Pronanotect and Spearpoint Holdings, raised a total of 1.9 million from investors, much of it through the old BES, which allowed backers to write off part of their outlay against their taxes.

A number of individual investors subsequently became concerned that 811,000 was transferred from Pronanotect and 771,000 from Spearpoint to two offshore companies controlled by Mr Conway, Delaware-registered Avant Capital Partners and Avant Investments LDA in Portugal.

The six individuals, responsible for 275,000 of the total invested in both companies, want a detailed summary of the expenses, including the amounts, reason, method of payment and proof that the money was received.

Accounts show Pronanotect and Spearpoint paid some of the costs incurred by the various Avant entities in 2010, which were then recorded as owing this money to both companies.

Pronanotect was given the right to convert this debt into shares in three businesses set up to recycle waste plastic into fuel oil. Spearpoint does not appear to have received a similar guarantee.

Pronanotects latest accounts state that in June last year, the company exercised this right by entering into an agreement with Avant giving it the right to future royalties, revenue and capital appreciation from three businesses in the US, UK and Africa.

However, the investors say the businesses involved are carrying out the activities for which Pronanotect was set up in the first place.

Mr Conway and his brother Brendan are directors of both BES companies.

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Shareholders in BES firms seek information on 1.6m transfer

Between 2006 and 2012, two companies established by Declan Conway, Pronanotect and Spearpoint Holdings, raised a total of 1.9 million from investors

Shareholders in two Business Expansion Scheme (BES) companies run by businessman Declan Conway have written to him demanding to know why almost 1.6 million was transferred from both firms to a number of offshore entities.

Between 2006 and 2012, two companies established by Mr Conway, Pronanotect and Spearpoint Holdings, raised a total of 1.9 million from investors, much of it through the old BES, which allowed backers to write off part of their outlay against their taxes.

A number of individual investors subsequently became concerned that 811,000 was transferred from Pronanotect and 771,000 from Spearpoint to two offshore companies controlled by Mr Conway, Delaware-registered Avant Capital Partners and Avant Investments LDA in Portugal.

The six individuals, responsible for 275,000 of the total invested in both companies, want a detailed summary of the expenses, including the amounts, reason, method of payment and proof that the money was received.

Accounts show Pronanotect and Spearpoint paid some of the costs incurred by the various Avant entities in 2010, which were then recorded as owing this money to both companies.

Pronanotect was given the right to convert this debt into shares in three businesses set up to recycle waste plastic into fuel oil. Spearpoint does not appear to have received a similar guarantee.

Pronanotects latest accounts state that in June last year, the company exercised this right by entering into an agreement with Avant giving it the right to future royalties, revenue and capital appreciation from three businesses in the US, UK and Africa.

However, the investors say the businesses involved are carrying out the activities for which Pronanotect was set up in the first place.

Mr Conway and his brother Brendan are directors of both BES companies.

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