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Op-Ed: NOAH 3D — A review for non-insane people Special

It's been banned in Muslim countries. Christian radio and TV can't stop debating it. People have insanely strong opinions on it. So what is the movie Noah 3D really like? Something really whack? We decided to investigate and write up our own findings.
Digital Journal Report by Matthew Hendricks - 1 comment

Op-Ed: School denies freedom of speech to former EDL leader

School children have been left disappointed after the Duchess’s Community High School in Alnwick, Northumberland cancelled a speaking engagement by former English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson.
In the Media by Richard Milnes - 13 comments

Miley Cyrus & Britney Spears banned from daytime French TV

A media watchdog group in France has declared the two pop stars' recent videos for "Wrecking Ball" and "Work Bitch" to be unsuitable for daytime television.
In the Media by Matthew Hendricks - 4 comments

Op-Ed: Poll — Should the UAF be banned?

In light of the conviction of UAF speaker Michael Adebolajo this week, we want to know your thoughts on the extremist group.
In the Media by Richard Milnes - 19 comments

Man banned for life by Walmart for matching ads

On December 2, Joe Cantrell, a disabled former professional wrestler, received a lifetime ban from Walmart for ad matching, which is one of Walmart's proudest traditions.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 1 comment

Kids kicked out of school because they might have HIV

Pea Ridge - Three siblings may no longer attend classes in the Pea Ridge Public School District. The Arkansas school system says that they won’t be allowed back until they provide documentation showing they are not HIV positive.
In the Media by Justin King

Op-Ed: PC gone mad? 'Man up' now amongst unacceptable terms at Anfield

Liverpool - In an attempt to banish verbal abuse and discrimination from Anfield, the staff of Liverpool Football Club have been issued with a guide to unacceptable language, although some may argue that it's political correctness gone mad.
In the Media by Christopher Bates

Bloodhound Gang banned from Russian concert over flag antics

Odessa - US rock group Bloodhound Gang has been banned from a Russian music festival after a YouTube video emerged of bassist Jared Hasselhoff stuffing the Russian flag down his pants.
In the Media by Christopher Bates

Facial recognition apps banned from Google Glass

A few nights ago, Google announced that it has decided to ban facial recognition apps from Google Glass, after people expressed concerns about it.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 2 comments

Ohio blanket bans Internet cafes for operating as gambling houses

Columbus - Ohio lawmakers have decided it's time to shut down Internet cafes since their business methods are viewed as operating in a gray area of the law that could be viewed as encouraging gambling activities.
In the Media by Lesley Lanir - 4 comments

Turkish Airlines bans blonde hostesses Special

Istanbul - You might have heard that Turkish Airlines banned alchohol and red lipstick, but did you know that they also prohibited their flight attendants from having blonde hair?
Digital Journal Report by Lonna Lisa Williams - 12 comments

Teen mother's picture banned from high school yearbook

Caitlin Tiller will receive her high school yearbook later in the month, but she will not be able to find a single picture of herself in it.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 3 comments

Transgender woman banned from grocery store over bathroom use

A transgender woman has been cited for trespassing and banned from an Idaho grocery store for a year after using the woman's bathroom, police said on Friday.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 8 comments

Strip clubs, movie theaters and casinos may ban Google Glass

Google Glass will not be receiving a warm reception in places such as strip clubs, casinos, and movies theaters, as well as other places that do not allow photos to be taken.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 4 comments

Two friends banned from all you can eat buffet for overeating

Two customers were accused, by an all you can eat buffet, of regularly pigging out and that prompted the restaurant to ban them for life.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 2 comments

BBC docudrama on 2011 London riots banned from the air

London - No one can actually tell you why it was banned, but the BBC's docudrama, which recreates witness and police statements during the 2011 London riots, cannot be aired.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 5 comments

Op-Ed: Toronto bag fee banned, and so are plastic bags forever

Toronto - Many were not expecting this, yes they wanted to stop the five cent charge for plastic bags, but not ban them forever. But the city decided otherwise, and maybe they didn't know what impact it would have on the public.
In the Media by Daniel Boyington - 2 comments

Op-Ed: NYC plans to ban soda, drink sizes simply increase sales, period

New York - The whole plan to ban any drinks over 16 ounces is a good idea, but it's just a ruse to stop retailers from increasing sales. NYC's health department has suggested to eliminate sugary drinks to combat overweight citizens.
In the Media by Daniel Boyington - 3 comments

Plans to sell Mein Kampf extracts in Germany dropped

Munich - A plan by a publisher to sell extracts from Adolf Hitler's book “Mein Kampf” (“My Struggle”) on the streets of Germany has been withdrawn following a series of complaints.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Muslim group planning anti-Armistice Day protest banned in UK

Muslims Against Crusades, a group which burned poppies and shouted during Armistice Day ceremonies in 2010, and had protests planned for this year, has been banned.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 7 comments

Op-Ed: UK secondary school bans girls from wearing skirts

Ipswich - In order to stop girls wearing 'inappropriate attire', a secondary school in Ipswich has banned skirts for the new school year.
In the Media by Christopher Bates - 2 comments

Dior permanently bans designer John Galliano

Four months after the leak of a viral video featuring the former Christian Dior designer hurling anti-Semitic insults—resulting in a very public termination—John Galliano has been officially and completely shut out by the luxury label.
In the Media by Melissa Hayes - 2 comments

Sexy deodorant ads could be banned in India

Television channels in India were warned not to air deodorant adverts which the information ministry has been deemed to be too sexual.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 1 comment

UK school bans hugging, handshakes and high-fives

Croydon - A secondary (high) school in Croydon, South London, has banned students from hugging, shaking hands and exchanging high-fives.
In the Media by Christopher Bates - 1 comment

Saudi Arabia men banned from malls

Jeddah - Young Saudi men are now banned from shopping at malls unless they are accompanied by a female relative. The ban is meant to protect female shoppers from harassment.
In the Media by Holly Goodwin

Armenian police bans emo community

Yerevan - Armenian officials want to make sure that young people continue to keep their culture, not providing any negative part of Western culture into their country and one of their styles of doing this is by banning emo music and clothes.
In the Media by Jozefina Ndoci

Pregnant women not welcome at New Zealand museum exhibit

Wellington - Pregnant or menstruating women are not being welcomed at one of the collections at the Te Papa national museum in New Zealand, which has outraged many people.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 2 comments

Ice cream company says it will defy ban on pregnant nun ad

London - An ice cream company whose ad showing a pregnant nun has been banned said it will place similar posters along the route to be taken by the Pope during his London visit.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 4 comments

Euthanasia ad banned in Australia

An ad with an actor playing a terminally ill man asking to be allowed die with dignity has been banned in Australia. Exit International, which made the advertisement, has said it would relaunch a new one within days.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 6 comments

Pet-related ads banned in Iran

Tehran - Ads about pets or pet-related products have been banned in Iran, and a government official warned that devotion to pets will lead to "evil outcomes."
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 6 comments
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Blood and urine samples are a necessary evil in the Olympic games.
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Blood and urine samples are a necessary evil in the Olympic games.
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Demonstrators protest remarks attributed to Clippers owner Donald Sterling outside the Staples Center arena in Los Angeles in April.
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Plastic bags along a river bank
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Capture from The Sun's leaked John Galliano video.

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