Slashdot Items Tagged "totalitarian"

Date / Time Story
Saturday March 26, 2016 @03:59AM Bill Introduced To Require ID When Purchasing "Burner Phones"
Wednesday February 04, 2015 @08:31PM New Chinese Regulations Require Real Name On Internet
Wednesday August 13, 2014 @02:29PM The Benefits of Inequality
Sunday September 08, 2013 @07:48AM 400 Million Chinese Cannot Speak Mandarin
Sunday June 30, 2013 @04:59AM Number of Federal Wiretaps Rose 71 Percent In 2012
Friday September 28, 2012 @08:17AM The Text Message Typo That Landed a Man In Jail
Tuesday November 08, 2011 @11:36PM Stop Online Piracy Act Supports Blacklisting, Says EFF
Tuesday November 08, 2011 @12:35PM The Stop Online Piracy Act: A Blacklist by Any Oth
Friday April 30, 2010 @04:25PM Australian Government Delays Internet Filter Legislation
Thursday March 25, 2010 @07:22PM Venezuela's Last Opposition TV Owner Arrested
Wednesday February 10, 2010 @05:38PM Iran Suspends Google's Email Service
Saturday December 05, 2009 @11:46AM "Accidental" Download Sending 22-Year-Old Man To Prison
Saturday October 17, 2009 @03:32PM Kaspersky CEO Wants End To Online Anonymity
Wednesday June 03, 2009 @02:17AM Apple Bans RSS Reader Due To Bad Word In Feed Link
Thursday October 16, 2008 @02:49PM Every Email In UK To Be Monitored
Tuesday January 15, 2008 @01:47PM US Policy Would Allow Government Access to Any Email
Monday October 29, 2007 @04:09AM The Kremlin Tightens Its Grip on the Internet
Friday October 12, 2007 @02:49PM Airlines Have to Ask Permission to Fly 72 Hours Early
Wednesday July 25, 2007 @08:26PM Senators Call for Universal Internet Filtering
Saturday July 21, 2007 @11:44AM University of Kansas Adopts 'One Strike' Copyright Infringement Policy
Wednesday July 11, 2007 @08:57AM Privacy and the "Nothing To Hide" Argument
Thursday June 07, 2007 @04:09PM White House Derails Attempts to End Illegal Wiretapping
Friday March 09, 2007 @07:31AM Homeland Security Tests Snoop Computer System
Tuesday February 27, 2007 @01:41PM China Treats Internet Addiction Very Seriously
Thursday February 01, 2007 @08:39AM Congress Hears From Muzzled Scientists
Tuesday January 30, 2007 @11:59AM 'Full-Pipe' FBI Internet Monitoring Questionably Legal
Wednesday January 24, 2007 @04:02PM Chinese Official Vows to "Purify" the Net
Tuesday October 24, 2006 @04:35AM China Moving to Real Name Registrations for Blogs
Sunday October 22, 2006 @04:30AM England Starts Fingerprinting Drinkers
Thursday September 14, 2006 @03:40PM Senate Committee Votes to Authorize Warrentless Wiretapping
Friday July 28, 2006 @11:33AM House Passes Ban on Social Site Access
Friday July 21, 2006 @04:37PM CIA Blogger Fired for Criticizing Torture Policy
Tuesday July 18, 2006 @10:51AM UK Hackers Face Antisocial Behaviour Orders
Friday June 02, 2006 @01:49PM Government May Help Bells Defend Against Wiretap Suits
Friday June 02, 2006 @12:06PM U.S. Government Demands ISP Data Retention
Saturday April 29, 2006 @03:49PM Congress May Consider Mandatory ISP Snooping
Monday April 24, 2006 @03:45AM New Congressional Bill Makes DMCA Look Tame
Sunday February 19, 2006 @09:15PM Rumsfeld Requests 24-hour Propaganda Machine