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PostPosted: April 15th, 2015, 3:53 pm 
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DO YOU THINK SECRETLY TAKING PICTURES OF SOMEONE THROUGH THEIR OWN WINDOW WITH A TELEPHOTO LENS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED "ART," OR SHOULD IT BE ILLEGAL?
Artist Who Spied on Neighbors With Telephoto Lens Beats Privacy Claims

https://celebrity.yahoo.com/news/artist ... NlYwNzcg--
"In 2013, New York artist Arne Svenson sparked some outrage upon the exhibit of The Neighbors, featuring photographs taken with a telephoto lens of those living near his lower Manhattan residence."

DARN. NO MORE FUNNY IMAGES OF A SHIRTLESS PUTIN RIDING STRANGE ANIMALS!
Celebrity memes now a criminal offense in Russia

http://www.redorbit.com/news/technology ... ia-041515/
"If you’re a fan of funny images featuring Russian president Vladimir Putin crying or riding a bear or hummingbird while shirtless, you should probably put off that trip to Moscow, as the Russian government recently made it illegal to post memes featuring celebrities."

BIG SECRETS BEHIND CLOSED DOORS...
News Corp's HarperCollins Makes Multi-Year Deal With Amazon, Averting "War"

http://www.dailytech.com/News+Corps+Har ... e37302.htm
"Deal took nearly a year, but was kept private in contrast to Amazon's very public rancorous dispute with Hatchette."

OUR DAUGHTER WORKED IN A PLACE WITH BLACK MOLD, AND COUGHED FOR MONTHS. A COUPLE OF WEEKS AFTER SHE QUIT, THE COUGHING STOPPED.
Former News-Press Photographer Sues Paper for Firing Him After He Complained of Mold
http://www.noozhawk.com/article/former_ ... ver_firing
"Mike Eliason alleges that his then-employer retaliated against him for expressing his concerns about the health and safety of the work environment."

A VERY SAD STORY
Whistle blower: Taking down two media giants

http://www.bclocalnews.com/news/299351241.html
"Paul Winkler was never one to easily tear up, but his emotions got the better of him when he was forced to leave Kelowna more than a decade ago. Blackballed in the newspaper industry, with no opportunity to carry on his career as a newspaper publisher, Winkler and his wife and four kids left town."

SEA WORLD ATTEMPTS TO SILENCE AN AUTHOR
SeaWorld Lawyer Warned Author of ‘Beneath the Surface’

http://timesofsandiego.com/business/201 ... e-surface/
"Attorney Lawrence Iser, in a 580-word letter to Hargrove in mid-November, said SeaWorld didn’t consent to use of such information in the book and demanded that he “immediately certify, in writing and under oath,” that he wouldn’t divulge company secrets."


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