Wednesday, October 14, 2015

2015-10-15 Google removed a blog post about Israeli judicial corruption...// גוגל הסיר פוסט שלי על השחיתות בבתי המשפט...

2015-10-15 Google removed a blog post about Israeli judicial corruption...
גוגל הסיר פוסט שלי על השחיתות בבתי המשפט...
The notice does not specify who asked for the removal... However, according to several reports by Haaretz daily, the Administration of Court of the State of Israel works routinely with Google to remove online material regarding judicial corruption in Israel...
Still, Israel is better than the US - there, I faced being shot by the US Marshal Service for posting similar materials about judicial corruption in the US...
The Israeli Courts issue "Publication Prohibition Decrees" (gag orders in plain language) on information pertaining to judicial corruption... smile emoticon
גוגל הסיר פוסט שלי על השחיתות בבתי המשפט...
ההודעה אינה אומרת מי ביקש את הסרת הפוסט, אולם קרוב לוודאי זאת פעולה של הנהלת בתי המשפט. כפי שדיווח "הארץ" מספר פעמים בשנים האחרונות, הם פועלים באופן קבוע עם גוגל להסיר תיעוד של שחיתות השופטים...
תוכן הפוסט שהוסר:
בתי המשפט בישראל מוציאים צווי איסור פרסום על מידע על שחיתות השופטים עצמם... smile emoticon
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