Oregon Governor-Backed Unions Violate Law, Stealing From Non-Union Workers!
Suit Against SEIU and AFCME Show Both Continuing To Take Dues From Opt-Out Employees 
 
By:Jake Fogg 
 

In Oregon, the Service Employee International Union(SEIU) and the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees(AFSCME) are violating the First Amendment Rights of employees.

According to the Washington Free Beacon employees say that the unions hamper their ability to exercise those rights via arbitrary contracts that limit the ability to submit resignations and cut financial ties with them. This has prompted Oregon workers to file suit in federal court.

Published in Top Stories
Riveting Two Minute Statement The Could Change Social Media Forever 
Internet Deputy Teams Up With Hub® Social Media

By: Jake Fogg

 

Published in Top Stories
Congress May Use Google To Regulate Personal Privacy!
Meanwhile, Tracking Student Data and Helping China Destroy Citizens 
 
By:Jake Fogg 
 

As Congress began work legislating how websites collect and monetize user data, Google asserted itself into the process. On Monday, the internet giant gave Congress its version of “privacy principles” to “guide Congress” in its law-making.

According to The Hill, the so-called framework is comprised of privacy principles that Google already has instituted for itself. Alphabet claims that it allows users to easily access and control data that is collected about them and requires companies to be transparent about their data practices.

Published in Top Stories
Woodland Park Farmers Market NOT A Reflection Of Its President
The Non-Profit Organization Is Non-Partisan and Benefits Many In The Community 
 
By:Jake Fogg 
 

To the readers and the community of Woodland Park, Colarado:

Internet Deputy is dedicated to reporting the news that is often not reported, whether it be an exclusive story or an angle not covered in the mainstream media.

On July 25, 2017, one such story highlighted the ill behavior of the president of the Farmers Market in the community of Woodland Park, Colorado.

Internet Deputy stands by the facts of the story, but would like to state the following for the record:

While Steve Storrs’ behavior did happen as per the article, he is not a reflection of the community. No person or organization within, or affiliated with the Farmer’s Market endorsed the actions of its president. The little open air market has become an institution within the community and should not be

Published in Top Stories
By: KURT NIMMO
 
The New York Court of Appeals has ruled that an Albany County law banning so-called cyberbullying is a violation of the First Amendment.
 
“It appears that the provision would criminalize a broad spectrum of speech outside the popular understanding of cyberbullying,” Judge Victoria Graffeo argued, “including, for example, an email disclosing private information about a corporation or a telephone conversation meant to annoy an adult.”
 
In a 5-2 decision the court ruled the law went too far and said it is possible to enact legislation outlawing cyberbullying over social networks without violating the First Amendment.
 
The constitutionality of the county law was challenged by Marquan Mackey-Meggs. In 2001 at the age of fifteen Mackey-Meggs pleaded guilty to posting on his Facebook page sexual comments alongside photos of high school classmates.
 
The Albany County law was passed in November, 2010. It designated cyberbullying as an unclassified misdemeanor punishable by a fine of up to $1,000 and up to one year in prison.
 
The law defined cyberbullying as “any act of communicating or causing a communication to be sent by mechanical or electronic means, including posting statements on the internet or through a computer or email network, disseminating embarrassing or sexually explicit photographs; disseminating private, personal, false or sexual information, or sending hate mail, with no legitimate private, personal, or public purpose, with the intent to harass, annoy, threaten, abuse, taunt, intimidate, torment, humiliate, or otherwise inflict significant emotional harm on another person.”
Published in Top Stories

MED LOGO

News Letter

Subscribe our Email News Letter to get Instant Update at anytime