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                Welcome to The Free Radil

                This site is operated by Valerie Smith, formerly of Toronto,

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                About The Free Radil

                TweetEmail TweetEmailThis site is operated by Valerie Smith, formerly of Toronto, Ontario, now reloted to beautiful British Columbia. It provides information on various aspects of the media violence problem, with a particular emphasis on the mistreatment of girls and women in popular culture, and suggestions for trying to combat it. Having worked on this issue.

                • Advertiser Boycott

                  TweetEmail TweetEmailAdvertisers bear ultimate responsibility for violent television programming. Broadsters n purchase all the violent, vile, anti-social programs they want, but if the shows nnot attract sponsors, the programs will be ncelled. No advertisers = no programs. This section provides information on a national mpaign designed and co-ordinated by the Coalition for Responsible Television (CRTV).

                • Government Action

                  TweetEmail TweetEmailThe nadian federal government announced several years ago that media violence was a priority, but has done nothing meaningful to address the problem in the intervening years.  Under the Liberal government, which was in power for many years, violence on television eslated dramatilly, and they did absolutely nothing to curtail the brutal violence in.

                • Women and Hate Propaganda

                  TweetEmail TweetEmailOn October 20, 2014, the federal government passed Bill C-13, An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the nada Evidence Act, the Competition Act and the Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Act. The Bill was commonly referred to as the “Cyberbullying Bill”. Included with a host of other changes, Section 12 of the.

                • Pornography

                  TweetEmail TweetEmailBack in 2004, Virgin Airlines proposed installing the urinal pictured at the left in one of their executive lounges. They quickly reversed that?decision after the National Organization of Women and lol politicians protested.?Click here to read about it. Fast forward to 2010, and a restaurant lled the Honest Lawyer, loted in Hamilton, Ontario, removed.

                • Civil Lawsuits

                  TweetEmail TweetEmail “Add violence incitement to the list of liabilities entertainment and media companies face. The media has traditionally been held liable for risks such as libel, invasion of privacy, and copyright and trademark infringement. Now, they may be held liable for bodily injury as a result of the content they publish due to claims.

                • Bell nada

                  TweetEmail TweetEmailOn March 28, 2001, the CBC television program, Fifth Estate, reported on an investigation they conducted into the broadst of sexually explicit movies by Bell ExpressVu on its pay-per-view tv channels. Some of the movies were violent and degrading and appeared to violate the federal Criminal Code obscenity law. As a result, a complaint.

                • Video Games

                  TweetEmail TweetEmailMedil and mental health experts agree that all the data on television violence immediately transfers to violent video games. Research specific to video games conducted in the last few years indites that violent video games use much greater physiologil changes than non-violent games (heart rate, blood pressure, adrenaline, noradrenaline, testosterone), and that the harmful effect is.

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                • Advertiser Boycott

                  TweetEmail TweetEmailAdvertisers bear ultimate responsibility for violent television programming. Broadsters n purchase all the violent, vile, anti-social programs they want, but if the shows nnot attract sponsors, the programs will be ncelled. No advertisers = no programs. This section provides information on a national mpaign designed and co-ordinated by the Coalition for Responsible Television (CRTV).

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                • Television

                  TweetEmail TweetEmail “Greetings from the slaughterhouse that is pop culture. Our most popular forms of entertainment — TV, films and books — have followed video games into a ferocious new realm of ultraviolence marked by increasingly graphic depictions of brutality.” (October 30, 2005, Knight Ridder News Service, By David Hiltbrand) At right is a picture.

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                • Pornography

                  TweetEmail TweetEmailBack in 2004, Virgin Airlines proposed installing the urinal pictured at the left in one of their executive lounges. They quickly reversed that?decision after the National Organization of Women and lol politicians protested.?Click here to read about it. Fast forward to 2010, and a restaurant lled the Honest Lawyer, loted in Hamilton, Ontario, removed.

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                • Movies

                  TweetEmail TweetEmailExcerpt from “The banality of evil” by Peter Howell, Toronto Star, September 18, 1998: “Recent hit movies, and new ones arriving soon via the Toronto International Film Festival, are redefining notions of bad taste and excess by making the ghastly seem commonplace.  “It’s no longer just mob figures or Quentin Tarantino’s zoot-suited oddballs perpetrating.

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                • Government Action

                  TweetEmail TweetEmailThe nadian federal government announced several years ago that media violence was a priority, but has done nothing meaningful to address the problem in the intervening years.  Under the Liberal government, which was in power for many years, violence on television eslated dramatilly, and they did absolutely nothing to curtail the brutal violence in.

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