All Posts Tagged With "Simon Singh"

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Libel Chill and Me

25 February 2011 by Steve Thoms

Long time readers may have noticed that I’ve not poked my head around to offer any significant posts in a while.  In fact, the last article of any noteworthy length and substance was on Oct 29 (aside from a recent post on my own blog, which was actually written after this post was).  An embarrassing […]

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Simon Singh Wins

Simon Singh Wins

01 April 2010 by Kim Hebert

Many people who read this blog might be aware that Simon Singh was sued for libel by the British Libel Chiropractic Association for writing an article questioning their practice of promoting chiropractic treatments for ailments that have no supporting evidence (such as colic and asthma). What did Simon say?

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When it comes to libel chill, it’s good to be a Canadian

When it comes to libel chill, it’s good to be a Canadian

18 January 2010 by Scott Gavura

Libel chill is a huge concern for skeptics and, it seems, especially for those that argue for reality-based health care. It is critically important that there be an open and public debate about the science and evidence informing personal decisions about our health, as well as decisions affecting how we direct resources in our health […]

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