torsdag 26 december 2013

USA: TSA hotade arrestera alla resenärer som skämtade om deras säkerhetskontroller

Inget att skoja om? Officiella meddelanden i högtalarna under 2013 på USA:s flygplatser, förkunnar att resenärer som skämtar om säkerhetskontrollerna kommer att arresteras...

TSA loudspeakers threaten travelers with arrest for making jokes about security

Publicerad den 10 okt 2013
HOUSTON, TX — Travelers are reporting threatening messages coming from the loudspeakers of the Travel Security Administration. The TSA has been broadcasting warnings that people will be arrested for making jokes in the presence of the infamous federal checkpoint agents. has obtained exclusive audio of the threats.


*"...You are also reminded that any inappropriate remarks or jokes concerning security may result in your arrest."

*- TSA announcement over the intercom system,
Houston International Airport Gate B84, 9-20-13 ~9:30am
USA: TSA hotade arrestera alla resenärer som skämtade om deras säkerhetskontroller

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  1. -53% Increase in Books Banned by U.S. Schools-

    December 26, 2013

    Source: All Gov.

    Book banning went up significantly in American schools during 2013, causing an anti-censorship group to fight multiple battles across the country.

    The Kids’ Right to Read Project (KRRP), part of the National Coalition Against Censorship, says attempts to remove books from classrooms and libraries went up 53% this year, based on 49 attempts in 29 states.

    The second half of 2013 was particularly busy with 31 incidents. The same period during 2012 only witnessed 14 attempts to ban books.

    KRRP’s Acacia O'Connor wondered if the increase represented an orchestrated effort by censors.

    “Whether or not patterns like this are the result of co-ordination between would-be censors across the country is impossible to say,” she told The Guardian. “But there are moments, when a half-dozen or so challenges regarding race or LGBT content hit within a couple weeks, where you just have to ask ‘what is going on out there?’”

    Some of the books targeted for removal included Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man, Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye, Alice Walker's The Color Purple, Sherman Alexie's The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, Isabel Allende's The House of the Spirits and Rudolfo Anaya's Bless Me, Ultima.

    Efforts to keep books away from students didn’t always succeed.[...]



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