#AxisOfEasy 321: Westminster Declaration Highlights Threat Of Digital Censorship

Weekly Axis Of Easy #321

Last Week’s Quote was: “When a government takes over a people’s economic life it becomes absolute, and when it has become absolute, it destroys the arts, the minds, the liberties and the meaning of the people it governs,” was by Maxwell Anderson.  No one got it.

This Week’s Quote: “From the wild Irish slums of the 19th-century Eastern seaboard, to the riot-torn suburbs of Los Angeles, there is one unmistakable lesson in American history: a community that allows large numbers of young men to grow up in broken families … never acquiring any stable relationship to male authority, never acquiring any set of rational expectations about the future…that community asks for and gets chaos.”  By ???

THE RULES:  No searching up the answer, must be posted at the bottom of this post, in the comments section.

The Prize: First person to post the correct answer gets their next domain or hosting renewal on us.

This is your easyDNS #AxisOfEasy Briefing for the week of October 23rd, 2023 our Technology Correspondent Joann L Barnes and easyCEO Mark E. Jeftovic send out a short briefing on the state of the ‘net and how it affects your business, security and privacy.

To Listen/watch this podcast edition with commentary and insigh from Joey Tweets, and Len the Legend click here.

In this issue:
  • Westminster Declaration Highlights Threat of Digital Censorship
  • Instagram Chief says Threads Censorship only “Temporary,” Despite No Official Deadline
  • Cookie Hijacking Attempt on Okta Support System May Have Exposed Customer Files
  • Weibo CEO Tests Forced Removal of Online Anonymity
  • Cruise’s Driverless Taxis Face Suspension in San Francisco

If you missed the previous issues, they can be read online here:







7 thoughts on “#AxisOfEasy 321: Westminster Declaration Highlights Threat Of Digital Censorship

  1. Quote is from Patrick Moyniham, author of the Moyniham Report, which saw the link between violence in the black community and fatherless children. Sadly little has changed in the intervening 60 years.

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