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WE FIGHT CENSORSHIP – Let’s shelter the news

first_img The site,, will be the showcase of all the anti-censorship activities that Reporters Without Borders undertakes as part of its mission to defend freedom of information.It will be a platform for posting censored or banned content that that can be easily mirrored on other sites in order to make censorship obsolete. Using an extremely secure digital “safe,” Internet users will be able to send censored or banned content to Reporters Without Borders in a completely anonymous fashion.Reporters Without Borders will carefully verify the material it receives before posting the selected content, including documents, articles, photos and videos, and it will put this content into context so that the public can appreciate its news value. The site is intended to be a “virtual shelter,” a refuge for all those still being hounded by censors.The site will also offer practical tools, advice and technical resources that will help netizens to learn how to circumvent censorship, secure their communications and preserve their online anonymity.You can register now on in order to have access to a beta version of the site before the official launch. News RSF_en Reporters Without Borders plans to launch an anti-censorship website in October. Help by sharing this information Organisation July 23, 2012 – Updated on January 25, 2016 WE FIGHT CENSORSHIP – Let’s shelter the newslast_img read more

Warning sounded over dangerous buildings

first_img Previous articleHave your say: Should Sarsfield’s statue be moved?Next articlePride of place needed to clean up city admin “We certainly don’t want a repeat of what happened in Cork a few years ago when a disused building collapsed on to the street killing an innocent person,” he said.“Because these buildings are not currently being used for either residential or commercial use there is a greater danger that they will deteriorate at a faster pace, leading to possible structural concerns and safety issues, and as the city council is the local statutory agency with responsibility for planning and building control, we must carry out a complete structural and safety audit without delay.“Once this report is completed we can consider its findings and formally instruct the owners to comply with the recommendations made, so as to ensure that no member of the public is in any way in danger from walking close to the buildings involved”.Cllr Leddin has been informed that the City Hall management have had a number of discussions with the owners of the site.“The sooner we consider and agree alternative options for this site – such as a city centre transport hub for cars and buses, the better”. Twitter NewsLocal NewsWarning sounded over dangerous buildingsBy admin – October 2, 2010 592 Linkedin Facebook WhatsApp Email CONCERN that one or a number of buildings located in the area designated to the stalled Opera Centre might collapse on to a street, has been voiced by Cllr Joe Leddin, who has called on Limerick City Council to instigate an inspection of all the buildings included in the original proposed development. Pointing out that many of the buildings are over 100 years old and have not been occupied for many years, the Labour councillor said that many front on to streets with high levels of pedestrian traffic.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Print Advertisementlast_img read more

Malachi Richardson struggles in 1st half, thrives in 2nd as SU beats No. 18 UConn

first_img Published on November 27, 2015 at 11:00 am Contact Sam: [email protected] | @SamBlum3 Related Stories Gallery: Battle 4 Atlantis Day 1Gallery: Battle 4 Atlantis Day 2Jim Boeheim on Tyler Lydon: He makes plays that seniors don’tSyracuse tops UConn, 79-76, in wild affair to stay undefeatedGallery: Syracuse hangs on to beat No. 18 Connecticut PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas — Malachi Richardson was getting an earful on the Syracuse bench not more than two minutes into the game. His first attempt to score, a drive into the teeth of the lengthy Connecticut defense had turned into an offensive foul.One minute, 50 seconds in, Tyler Lydon was checking in for his freshman counterpart.“That was my worst brand of basketball,” Richardson said of his first half, “and hopefully you’ll never see that again from me.”Richardson finished with 13 points to go along with his six rebounds. He hit a couple big shots in the second half to spur Syracuse to a 79-76 win over No. 18 Connecticut in the semifinals of the Battle 4 Atlantis. But his first half was marred by three fouls, two turnovers and just 1-of-4 shooting from the field.On the first play of the second half, he turned it over again. But when he hit a game-tying 3, seven minutes in, the tide seemed to turn.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“This was the first game (Richardson) really struggled, he really was struggling,” SU head coach Jim Boehiem said. “He made some bad plays. “I told him, ‘You’re have to go and get your opportunities.’ And he knocked down a couple big shots.”His resurgence finished with a fadeaway 3 from the corner in the middle of a run where Syracuse hit three straight 3s. Two minutes later, he finished the run with another 3 from the wing to put the Orange up by seven.The game ended with the ball in his hands and his resurgence done. After a Tyler Roberson offensive rebound, he passed the ball to Richardson, who heaved it all the way down court before celebrating SU’s biggest win of the young season.“Today will just be one of those games that I’m glad we won,” Richardson said. “but I know I have to pick it up next time.” Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more