Sep 17 2012
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Tune in to CHLY today (Monday, September 17, 2012) from 9am-10am for our broadcast of today’s Democracy Now! episode with special coverage of the one year anniversary of the Occupy Movement, which began with ‘Occupy Wall Street’, spurred-on by an ad from the creative minds at Vancouver, BC, magazine Adbusters.
If you read this post after-the-fact, and are interested in learning more, Democracy Now! and can be found at their website, http://democracynow.org/, with today’s and older shows available.
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EDIT: Democracy Now! also reports on Twitter releasing the “account details and message history of an Occupy Wall Street protester after a lengthy court dispute. Twitter had been ordered to provide tweets written by Malcolm Harris, a protester who was arrested with hundreds of others during the Occupy march across the Brooklyn Bridge, October 1st. Prosecutors say they subpoenaed the records to help refute protesters’ claims that police led them off the bridge’s pedestrian walkway. Twitter had sought to avoid the order, saying it ‘constitutes an undue burden and a violation of freedom of speech.’”