The government of Pakistan blocked access to YouTube today, after Google refused to remove the craptacular trailer for "Innocence of Muslims" linked to violent protests around the the Muslim world. Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf ordered the ban to prevent further violence, according to the Pakistani paper Dawn, and YouTube responded with a statement acknowledging restricted access to the content in various countries, "given the very sensitive situations."
As if “Sam Bacile,” “PJ Tobacco,” and dozens more colorful fake names weren’t enough, the “Innocence of Muslims” guy apparently had yet another alias. A California judge has detained him for violating the terms of his probation by using a computer to make and upload the crappy and controversial film to YouTube.
Nakoula Basseley Nakoula escorted by LA County Sherriff’s deputies from his home in Cerritos, CA. Photo: AP/CBS2-KCAL9, LA. A federal judge today determined that California resident Nakoula Basseley Nakoula (aka Sam Bacile), one of the men behind a crappy, anti-Islamic YouTube video linked to violent protests in the Middle East and the death of a […]
A person working for CNN on the story of slain ambassador Chris Stevens swiped his diary from the “the largely unsecured” US consulate in Benghazi. The network then used the diary’s contents to produce on-air reports, against the wishes of Stevens’ family. The State Department says the network’s actions were an “indefensible” invasion of privacy. […]
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