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Jun 20, 2008
Scientology: the Anonymous protestors — The Times (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Tom Whipple
Source: The Times (UK)
The Church of Scientology, notoriously ruthless at crushing its critics, may have met its match.The Times joins a demo by ‘Anonymous' - the vanguard of a new internet-fuelled radicalism There were signs, if you knew where to look, that the launch of Operation Sea Arrrgh was imminent. In a hundred corners of the internet plots were being plotted; in fancydress shops sales of Guy Fawkes masks were rising and in thousands of dank teenage bedrooms young men and women were making ...
Jun 3, 2008
Mark Bunker Speaks Out About YouTube Reinstatement - Thanks The Many Who Helped — Glosslip
May 30, 2008
Spinning through online entertainment and connected culture — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Blog
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
Forbes has a story about YouTube with a few hard, if unsourced, financial numbers — the kind Google and YouTube keep very close to the vest. The article, by Quentin Hardy and Evan Hessel, says YouTube is going to bring in $200 million this year, and possibly $350 million next year. From one perspective that's small taters (the fourth "Indiana Jones" made $126 million in four days), but it's a heck of a lot more than YouTube was making last year, ...
May 14, 2008
Google kills Anonymous AdSense account // How Scientology funded the anti-Scientology movement — The Register (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Cade Metz
Source: The Register (UK)
Exclusive Google has murdered the AdSense account run by one of the web's most influential anti-Scientology sites. Yesterday, the search giant cut off all ads served to Enturbulation, a fledgling site dedicated to promoting activism against the Church of Scientology and all its related organizations. This could have something do with the nature of the ads Google was serving. Many of the Google-driven ads funding the anti-Scientology site were paid for by the Church of Scientology. "While going through our records ...
May 10, 2008
The internet pranksters who started a war — Channel 9 (aka ninemsn) (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Shaun Davies
Source: Channel 9 (aka ninemsn) (Australia)
They've become the sworn enemies of a controversial religion, famous for unsettling online video attacks and protesting en masse in creepy masks. But the elusive internet group known as Anonymous didn't start out with a concrete plan to bring down Scientology. Before they got serious, Anonymous members say, they were only in it for laughs. In the years before "declaring war", the group's stock-in-trade was the creation of internet jokes revolving around, for instance, kitsch 1980s singer Rick Astley. Anonymous's transformation ...
May 2, 2008
YouTube rolls out Scientology double standard // XenuTV vs. Anonymous hate crimes — The Register (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Cade Metz
Source: The Register (UK)
It seems that YouTube has one set of rules for The Church of Scientology and another set for Scientology's critics. Two weeks ago, YouTube vaporized a 10,000-subscriber-strong channel run by well-known Scientology critic Mark Bunker. His "Xenutv1" deserved to die, the YouTubers said, because they had already axed an earlier account, "Xenutv," where Bunker infringed a few copyrights. Indeed, YouTube's terms of service clearly say "A user whose account has been terminated is prohibited from accessing, possessing or creating any other ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 30, 2008
Phillipine Red Cross Distributing Church Of Scientology Propaganda Materials — Glosslip
Type: Commentary
Author(s): Dawn Olsen
Source: Glosslip
On the Church of Scientology's shiny new YouTube Channel, where they are getting special privileges which other users are not privy to (sort of like their special tax exempt status), is a video where a member of the Phillipine's Red Cross is bragging about distributing "religious material." Surely Christian, Muslim, Buddhist or Hebrew groups would like that kind of arrangement. A call has been placed by a member of Anonymous to the Red Cross here in the United States. So far, ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 30, 2008
Scientology shares secrets on YouTube ... Sort of — Wired
Type: Press
Author(s): Jenna Wortham
Source: Wired
The Church of Scientology fired the latest salvo in the information war with its detractors Monday, launching a YouTube channel and touting "its commitment to open communication." But the notoriously secretive (and litigious) organization doesn’t appear to truly be embracing the kind of openness that makes the internet such a philosophical free-for-all: The Church of Scientology YouTube channel doesn’t allow users to post comments, and the option to embed videos is disabled for certain clips. The channel was launched to "share ...
Tag(s): Jenna WorthamWiredYouTube
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 30, 2008
With enough money, you can circumvent YouTube's TOS on banned accounts — Glosslip
Type: Commentary
Author(s): Dawn Olsen
Source: Glosslip
About ten days ago, Mark Bunker of XenuTV had his YouTube Xenutv1 account suspended because he violated the TOS agreement by creating another account after his first account had been banned for copyright infringement. The YouTube TOS was invoked and Mark's account has been permanently suspended, which coincidentally happened the same day as he was to release the full Jason Beghe Scientology rant video. Anonymous staged several protests attempts to get Mark's account reinstated, but to no avail. Today it was ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 29, 2008
Former Scientologist Actor Wants His Confessional Files Back — Village Voice
Type: Press
Author(s): Tony Ortega
Source: Village Voice
Two weeks ago, in a YouTube video and an interview in the Voice, Jason Beghe denounced Scientology as a "rip-off" that "brainwashed" its members. A veteran actor of films and TV, Beghe recently left Scientology after 12 years in the controversial church, during which he estimates he spent a million dollars on classes and training in Scientology’s arcane practices. Beghe went public with his newest offensive against the church last night by posting online a letter addressed to Scientology leader David ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 28, 2008
Church of Scientology Launches YouTube Channel — Business Wire
Type: Press release
Source: Business Wire
The Church of Scientology’s YouTube(TM) Channel Debuts Today with 82 Videos about Scientology Including Interviews with Scientologists from Various Walks of Life Expressing Why Scientology is Their Chosen Faith. NEW YORK—(BUSINESS WIRE)—The Church of Scientology announces the launch of the official Scientology Channel on YouTube (www.youtube.com/ChurchofScientology) to expand its Internet presence and share the truth about Scientology’s beliefs with the general public. YouTube is the world’s leading online video community that allows people to discover, watch, and share originally created video. ...
Apr 24, 2008
Anti-Scientology crusader vaporized from YouTube — The Register (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Cade Metz
Source: The Register (UK)
YouTube has vaporized a popular user account dedicated to criticizing The Church of Scientology. Last Thursday, the world's most popular video sharer removed the 10,000-subscriber-strong "Xenutv1" channel run by Mark Bunker, a television journalist/well-known Scientology naysayer. Earlier in the week, Bunker posted a teaser for his three-hour interview with Jason Beghe - a film and television actor who recently defected from the world of Scientology - and the account was yanked just before Bunker was due to broadcast the interview in ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 21, 2008
Jason Beghe on Scientology: The Full Interview — Village Voice
Type: Press
Author(s): Tony Ortega
Source: Village Voice
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 21, 2008
Jason Beghe, Scientology's newest critic; Norway joins the fray — Los Angeles Times (California)
Apr 20, 2008
Jeff Hawkins and Mark Bunker interview — Glosslip
Apr 18, 2008
Jason Beghe Scientology video removed from YouTube — The Times (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Veronica Schmidt
Source: The Times (UK)
A video interview showing American TV actor Jason Beghe criticising Scientology has been removed from YouTube, writes Veronica Schmidt. The 48-year-old was the first celebrity to speak out against the religion, telling how his 12 years with the church damaged him and accusing Scientology of being “destructive” and a “rip-off”. After Beghe’s criticism of the church made headlines yesterday, YouTube suspended the account of the prolific Scientology critic who posted the video, making the clip unavailable to viewers. But the suspension ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 18, 2008
Tom Cruise, John Travolta: Homo-Novis — FOX News
Type: Press
Author(s): Roger Friedman
Source: FOX News
Is it a conspiracy or just bad luck? The anti-Scientology video we told you about on Monday afternoon featuring actor Jason Beghe has been removed from YouTube. Sort of. The original video, put up by videographer Mark Bunker, is gone. YouTube pulled it late on Thursday. In the video, which Bunker made, Beghe describes his 13-year membership in the sect and why he left. Bunker thinks YouTube took down the video under pressure from Scientology. It’s possible, of course, but unlikely. ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 17, 2008
TV actor Jason Beghe attacks Scientology in YouTube video — The Times (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Veronica Schmidt
Source: The Times (UK)
[Embedded Youtube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNUjMz9-W2I] American TV actor and former Scientologist Jason Beghe has labelled the controversial religion “destructive” and a “rip-off” in a video interview posted on YouTube, writes Veronica Schmidt. The 48-year-old is the first celebrity to speak out against the religion, telling how his 12 years with the church have damaged him. “My experience personally, and what I’ve observed for myself, is that Scientology is destructive and a rip-off,” said Beghe, who has acted on Cane, CSI and Veronica ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Mar 15, 2008
Tom's church counterattacks — New York Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Richard Johnson
Source: New York Post
THE Church of Scientology is striking back at a group that's been harassing it. The wacky religion - which claims Tom Cruise, John Travolta, Kirstie Alley, Juliette Lewis and Leah Remini as members - has been the target of a group calling itself "Anonymous," whose members take credit for bombarding Scientology churches across the country with prank calls, bomb threats and cyber attacks since January. But now the church has counterattacked by posting YouTube videos under the title, "Anonymous Facts," detailing ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Mar 13, 2008
Federal Center takes bomb threat precautions — Battle Creek Enquirer
Type: Press
Source: Battle Creek Enquirer
Security was tightened today at the Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center in Battle Creek after a bomb threat was leveled nationally at the Church of Scientology, which owns a building nearby. Two parking lots were cleared, the center’s Champion Street entrance was closed and blinds were drawn in all windows at the building at 74 N. Washington Ave. Employees were told the security level was raised and they were encouraged to curtail outside activities near the building. “We learned of potential for increased ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Feb 21, 2008
Scientology: An evasive corporate cult — Orato
More: web.archive.org
Type: Press
Author(s): John Duignan
Source: Orato
A new demand for transparency and justice from netzins... In late January, news media across the world picked up on a phenomenal development on the Internet. A virtual civil rights movement had arisen from a most unlikely source: Internet gamers. It all kicked off when an in-house video of Tom Cruise preaching to members of his faith, the controversial Church of Scientology, was leaked onto the Youtube internet video sharing site. Indeed, Cruise is a frightening spectacle and his incoherent rant ...
Feb 5, 2008
Bad publicity 'helps Scientology recruitment' — The Telegraph (UK)
Feb 5, 2008
Scientology feud with its critics takes to Internet — Los Angeles Times (California)
Feb 4, 2008
Hackers wage web war on Scientologists — The Telegraph (UK)
Jan 24, 2008
"Anonymous" threatens to "dismantle" Church of Scientology via internet — Channel 9 (aka ninemsn) (Australia)
Type: Press
Source: Channel 9 (aka ninemsn) (Australia)
A hacking group calling itself Anonymous has posted a chilling video on the internet, announcing that it plans to dismantle the Church of Scientology. A hacking group calling itself "Anonymous" has posted a chilling video on the internet, announcing that it plans to "dismantle" the Church of Scientology. Wired.com reports that Anonymous has flooded Scientology servers with a distributed denial of service attack, is choking the Church's phone lines with prank calls and sending looped faxes of solid black pages. "Over ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jan 15, 2008
The Tom Cruise Indoctrination Video Scientologists Don't Want You To See — Defamer
Jan 14, 2008
Breaking: Secret Tom Cruise Scientology Indoctrination Video Finally Hits Web; Proves He Is Even Crazier Than We Ever Imagined — Defamer
Type: Press
Source: Defamer
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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