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Tuesday 5 December 2023 Dublin: 2°C

# Occupy Wall Street

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Wal-Mart is selling an Occupy Wall Street poster
Though an outside vendor is selling the item on the company’s marketplace, a lot of people still found it ironic.
These photos helped make Twitter powerful
It’s usually about those 140 characters, but often the Tweets with pictures are the ones we remember.
Dozens arrested as Occupy Wall Street protests fall flat
Demonstrators marked the one-year anniversary of the protests which spread worldwide last year but the movement appears to have lost steam.
Column: Giving away money can lead to priceless experiences
How can people benefit from giving away free money? The organiser of Free Money Day, Donnie Maclurcan explains all you need to know.
Twitter fights to protect user's info in #Occupy case
Prosecutors are trying to gain access to tweets written by Malcolm Harris around the time of the Brooklyn Bridge showdown, but Twitter says the data is Harris’ property.
Occupy Wall Street plans protest at art fair
Internationally acclaimed Frieze Art Fair to be next target for Occupy movement.
6 political activist celebrities (other than George Clooney)
These temporary jailbirds put their star power behind issues from the Vietnam War to nuclear power.
Occupy movement's anniversary event broken up by police
Occupy Wall Street protesters had gathered in Zuccotti Park yesterday before police raided the park, arresting demonstrators.
How did the foreign press cover Occupy Dame Street camp's removal?
Gallery: Check out the headlines the camp’s forced dismantling created in Britain, the US – and Egypt.
Central Bank has 'no inclination' to force Occupy Dame Street out, says governor
Patrick Honohan says the bank has no inclination at present to push for the #ODS protest camp’s removal.
Time Magazine's Person of the Year is.... The Protester
Time says that protesters across the Middle East, Europe and North America changed the world in 2011 – but who were the runners up?
NYPD blocks journalist from covering Occupy protest
New York Times photojournalist Robert Stolarik was pushed by police and repeatedly blocked from covering a protest at the World Financial Centre Plaza.
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
The very best of the week’s writing from around the world.
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.
Watch: Obama speech interrupted by Occupy group
The president responded by telling the group that if they listened to his point, he would listen to theirs.
The Daily Fix: Monday
Catch up on the day’s biggest stories, as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed…
Occupy Dame Street protesters warned of legal action
The protest group says they have been advised that the Central Bank will seek a High Court injunction against their encampment tomorrow.
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
The very best of the week’s writing from around the world.
Occupy Dame Street builds wooden kitchen in front of Central Bank
The kitchen, which the group says is not a permanent structure and is just like the tents and yurt already on site, will provide hot meals for those in the camp.
At least 300 arrests at latest Occupy Wall Street protests
Demonstrators clash with police in a day of demonstrations to mark Occupy Wall Street’s two-month anniversary.
84-year-old woman pepper-sprayed at Occupy Seattle protest
Dorli Rainey, 84, says she won’t stop demonstrating despite being pepper-sprayed and almost trampled in protests supporting Seattle’s Occupy movement.
Occupy Wall Street protesters forced out of Zucotti Park in New York
Protesters have been told they can return once the park has been cleaned.
Dozens of Occupy protesters arrested as movement defies eviction
Protesters in Oakland and Portland have been defying camp eviction orders, while over 40 demonstrators in Salt Lake City and Albany.
Woman dies of suspected drug overdose at Occupy camp
The woman died at the Vancouver camp in Canada over the weekend, leading to the Vancouver mayor to say he wants to protesters to leave the site.
In pictures: Occupy Oakland protesters force banks, port to close
After a largely peaceful protest yesterday, police and protesters involving in the Occupy Oakland movement clashed last night.
Column: The Occupy protests show an overwhelming sense of entitlement
We do need radical social change – but the Occupy protesters are going about it the wrong way, writes Evert Bopp.
St Paul’s drops eviction action against Occupy LSX protest
However, protesters at the St Paul’s camp are expected to be told to clear their tents within 48 hours by the City of London Corporation.
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
The very best of the week’s writing from around the globe.
Arrests in Nashville as Occupy protesters defy curfew
Twenty-six people have been arrested for failing to obey a curfew. It follows the arrest of 29 people in Nashville on Friday.
St Paul's Cathedral priest resigns over Occupy London eviction plan
Giles Fraser has stepped down in support of the protest camp, after arguing that they should not be forcibly evicted.
Obama tells Jay Leno that Occupy movement is a result of 'frustration'
The US president appeared on the country’s highest-rated talk show to talk about Gaddafi, bin Laden, the Occupy Wall Street movement and Hillary Clinton as vice president…
Caption competition: Look who got left behind...
Police cleared protesters from Oakland park yesterday morning – but one stood their ground.
In photos: Riot police clash with Occupy Oakland protesters
Tension built up between protesters and police after the #occupy group was evicted from a city plaza yesterday morning.
Slideshow: #Occupy protests across the world
Protests against capitalism and austerity measures are taking place in cities across the globe – from New York to Kolkata…
Author Naomi Wolf arrested at Occupy Wall Street protest
Police told protesters gathered outside a building to move as the owners “had a permit” to control the footpath – however Wolf argued that “public spaces and can’t be leased by private entities”.
Column: I'm a businessman. Here's why I joined Occupy Dame Street
He isn’t a dreadlocked New Ageist and he hates drumming circles – but David Johnson believes in Occupy Dame Street. Here he explains why our system has to change.