August 30, 2011
Campaigning, Court Hearings, Exposure, Petitions, Publicity
Habeas Corpus, Human rights, Leeds, London, Royal Courts of Justice, Wordpress, World War II
Thanks to “Alien from Saturn” I was alerted to the fact that the page I produced on Norman Scarth has become “dangerous”.
The “security package” Trend Micro Titanium has ‘stigmatised’ my page hosted by WordPress:
Trend Micro has confirmed that this website can transmit malicious software or has been involved in online scams or fraud.
Please close this page.
So now we don’t fight in the trenches any more, Norman. Now it’s about cyber trenches, where only others see what someone running Trend Micro does against me and you…
Maybe they’ll still sign one or both petitions to help you:
June 3, 2011
Advocacy, Campaigning, Publicity
Charitable organization, Donation, Free Donations, Internet petition, Paulette Cooper, Philanthropy, Requesting Help, Twitter, white collar crime, Wordpress
It takes £1,000 to register a charity. The advantage is for donors to be able to deduct their donations from their tax bill.
We’ve been operating withoug funds ever since we started in 1998, everybody contributing time and efforts for free, with occasionally some money for printing a programme or paying a phone or internet bill.
As soon as I have that charity registration number, I want to place big DONATE buttons on my various websites, hoping that people will respond to
Meanwhile I want the name to be Victims Anonymous and have formulated the following objectives:
- To aid victims of white collar crimes, such as financial exploitation, legal oppression and emotional cruelty
- To provide emotional, legal and financial support through face-to-face meetings
- To build mutual support networks by making best use of social media.
May 6, 2011
Advocacy, Campaigning, Publicity
Barrister, Blog, Human rights, Human Rights and Liberties, Law, legal blogging, Wordpress
UK Human Rights blog is the admirable undertaking of Adam Wagner of 1 Crown Office Row barristers chambers.
He organised The future of legal blogging on 17 February and on 19 May another event will take place, with a bigger panel. I wish I could be there, but I’ll be abroad, caring for my mum.
However, I’ve submitted these questions:
1. when bloggers are subjected to a ‘reporting restriction order’ or an ‘injunction oder’ by a local authority, what is the correct procedure of service?
2. when the blogging company (WordPress and Blog.com in my case) only accept documents from solicitors or courts to revert their decision to delete entries, the implication is that bloggers need to take local auhorities to court. Is there another way of validating what to us seem to be fake and rogue ‘orders’?
May 3, 2011
BBC, Blog, Injunction, Member of Parliament, Monday, Parliamentary privilege, Wales, Westminster, Wordpress
There is a good article by Parliamentary correspondent Mark D’Arcy on this BBC site News UK Politics about Parliamentary privilege, MPs and super-injunctions.
The suggestion is to
draw clear lines in the sand between the courts and Parliament and set out what the rules should be for the media, too.
But what our parliamentarians are allowed to say, and the extent to which it can be reported, is more than just a techie issue for Westminster nerds…
Indeed. That’s why I wrote:
As a blogger and online activist, I have the ‘privilege’ of being hit by one “Injunction Order” from a Council in Wales regarding the Stealing of Baby Harley [http://bit.ly/dHqMvQ] and the Reporting Restriction Order regarding Vicky Haigh where the gag was removed. http://bit.ly/k6cEeU
The blog hosting company WordPress effectively forces me to take Councils to court so that I can blog…
Well, on Monday I shall attempt to get the Reporting Restriction Order removed in Court.