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Tuesday, September 4, 2012
12--09-04 Liveleak appears overly protective of any negative posting, pertaining to the State of Israel...
LiveLeak.com, Supreme Court of the State of Israel
Barcelona, September 4 - Liveleak.com promptly rejected a posting, dated September 3, titled: "Computer Science Professors are a Bunch of Conspiracy Theorists!" 
The item informed the readers that:
1) Two papers, detailing racketeering in the US and Israeli courts through large-scale fraud in their electronic record system, were anonymously reviewed and accepted for publication in a Data Mining scholarly journal, and also accepted for presentation in an international computer science conference in Barcelona.
2) Consequently, I was invited to participate in a Discussion Panel in "NextTech 2012", relative to the same subjects.
This is the third or fourth time that postings, negatively reflecting on the State of Israel, are rejected on LiveLeak. Postings, negatively reflecting on the US government are OK...
LiveLeak.com, represents itself as a leaking site, and it permits
the posting of anything from pure nonsense to soft porn. But not news that are unfavorable postings to the State
Needless to say, as was the case in previous times, there is nothing in the "Terms & conditions, which would explain the rejection of this posting.
Needless to say, this writer does believes that such unofficial policy of LiveLeak.com is disservice to Human Rights and Civil Society in the State of Israel.
Below is the administrators' rejection message.
Item 'Computer Science Professors are a Bunch of Conspiracy Theorists!' rejected!
One of our moderators has rejected item: Computer Science Professors are a Bunch of Conspiracy Theorists!
Please review our Terms & Conditions for more information on why your item might have been rejected
Joseph Zernik, PhD
Human Rights Alert (NGO)
 View the original posting on Blogspot.com:
Computer Science Professors are a Bunch of Conspiracy Theorists!
As expected, within a couple of hours, this posting was rejected as well from LiveLeak.com
Before rejection, the following comment was posted: