Threatened by a £250 K fine, the journalists at UK Column were forced to shut their long running Youtube live streaming channel.
In like ridiculous fashion and to stomp out journalistic competition with the mainstream media giants in Great Britain and to uphold a new and different form of internet censorship, the government watchdog uses ATVOD (The Authority for Television On Demand).
Because UKColumn looked like a professional news channel, ATVOD demanded that a large ransom be paid within six months, and the price is higher than .001 % of television subscription fees the BBC takes in from the general British public.
ATVOD regularly censors and services websites run by adult pornographers.
“ATVOD ACTS TO PROTECT CHILDREN FROM HARDCORE PORN ON UK VOD SERVICES AND PROPOSES BLOCK ON PAYMENTS TO NON-UK PORN SERVICES”
It is par the course that the UK government would use a service like ATVOD to shut down journalists exposing those inside the Pedophile Information Exchange (PIE) and it’s later incarnations that led to 10 Downing Street, Nick Clegg and Prime Minister David Cameron’s cabinet members inside the Conservative Party.
The UK Column website regular program had targeted corruption of the central government as well as the pedophile gangs in the cities and villages of inside Great Britain.
The harassment shows that free speech does not and never did exist in Great Britain or the United Kingdom.
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ATVOD: A Major Risk To Freedom of Speech on the Internet
Last Wednesday all “video on demand” content for which the UK Column had “editorial” reponsibility was removed from Youtube and this website following demands for “regulation” by ATVOD, a subsidiary of Ofcom.
by – Uk ColumnArticle | June 25, 2014 – 1:24pm
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