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Is Charleston Shooting A Trojan Horse For Internet Censorship?

In a democratic system where political leaders are purportedly responsive to public opinion a pretext must be presented in order to introduce policies that are seen by the majority as controversial or undesirable. News coverage of the Charleston Church shooting over the past several days suggests how a storyline is being shaped by corporate news


The Sleuth Journal: New Target Of "Lenny Pozner" Copyright Infringement Claim

The Sleuth Journal is the new target (one of hundreds, if not thousands) of a desperate internet censorship campaign on behalf of “Lenny Pozner” and the “HONR Network”. As you all know, The Sleuth Journal has published a tremendous amount of research of the Sandy Hook false flag event and the truth is not being tolerated by


Shock! European Court Decision: Websites Are Liable For Users’ Comments

By: Glyn Moody | Ars Technica – The ruling is likely to be influential on EU courts’ thinking in future. In a surprise decision, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg has ruled that the Estonian news site Delfi may be held responsible for anonymous and allegedly defamatory comments from its readers. As the digital


Google Seeks Stronger Control Of Digital Media Market

Google and eight European newspapers announced Tuesday the creation of a fund of 150 million euros to support digital journalism. On paper, the initiative seems benign, but in reality, Google’s intention revolves around consolidating its grip on internet news media in a way that it can control even further what is shown on people’s news


Is Scientific American Censoring GMO-Skeptical Comments?

By: GM Watch | Academic physician-educator banned from pointing out errors in pro-GMO article – Claire Robinson reports Scientific American recently published a pro-GMO article by Michael Shermer, the publisher of Skeptic magazine. The article contains outright false claims, such as the old GMO industry line, “Humans have been genetically modifying foods through selective breeding


Now That The Government Controls The Internet, This Is What You Can Expect

For many, the concept of net neutrality is a complex and difficult one to grasp. What you need to know is that the new law makes the claim that it will preserve an open Internet where we maintain our right to free speech and ability to communicate freely online. Big players such as Bill Gates, Yahoo,


What To Expect From FCC Control Of The Internet

Now that the split vote on the FCC commission has decided to accept their secret plan to turn the internet into a public utility, prepare for all the same rubber stamp decisions that your state run Public Service Commission’s operate in the utility sector. As anyone who ever interacted with PSC type regulators can attest,


When Net Neutrality Becomes Programmed Censorship

The worst fears of all free speech proponents are upon us. The Verizon suit against the Federal Communications Commission, appellate decision sets the stage for a Supreme Court review. The Wall Street Journal portrays the ruling in financial terms: “A federal court has tossed out the FCC’s “open internet” rules, and now internet service providers are free to charge


Net Neutrality: Preferential Regulation And Legislation To Protect Monopolies (VIDEO)

The implementation of Internet neutrality is nothing more than the culmination of a process in which the largest ISPs launch their last assault on the communications market to consolidate their growing monopoly. Powerful ISPs are supported by big government, whose so-called deregulation plans – which in reality are heavy regulatory scams governed by rules written


Coming Soon: The Department Of The Internet (VIDEO)

Want to keep your internet freedom? Contact Congress today and demand to find out how the FCC plans to change the Internet. Congress should demand that this rule be made public before the FCC votes on it in two weeks. Protect Internet Freedom


Feds Hold Hearing On Whether They Should ‘Regulate’ Independent Media Sites

The control freaks that run our government always seem to want to “regulate” things that they do not like.  And so it should be no surprise that there is a renewed push to regulate independent news websites.  Sites like the Drudge Report, Infowars.com and The Economic Collapse Blog have been a thorn in the side


Coming To USA? China Will Force Users Of Web Services To Register Their Real Name

By: Jon Russell | TechCrunch – China began intensifying its crackdown on VPN services last month, and now the country’s internet regulator has turned its attention to domestic websites and services. New regulations announced by the Cyberspace Administration of China today [link in Chinese] require users of social media, websites, forums, and other online services to register their real


Sandy Hook Documentary Isn’t About Sandy Hook: The Fortress And What’s Inside

The release of the documentary, “We Need to Talk about Sandy Hook” by the group, Independent Media Solidarity has become a story of aggressive copyright fraud, a massive video upload movement and an unexpected Internet solidarity more than a story of the controversial Sandy Hook event itself. The weakest link in a chain is the


Unraveling The Facebook Private Information Gathering Scam

How Facebook Is Quietly Demanding And Collecting Personal Information From Accounts That Criticize the State. My website’s Facebook account was hijacked in the early part of 2014 and has never been accessible again. How did it happen? Facebook employed a simple problem-(reaction)-solution trick that led to an artificial internally created demand for private information. Information


Powerful Music Video That Hackers Redirected Craigslist Users To (VIDEO)

Gizmodo reported last week about a bizarre hack of Craigslist that redirected users to an animated music video with a powerful message: If you tried to visit Craigslist late Sunday night, you probably had a very weird experience.Instead of arriving at that sultry sea of classifieds, you were probably sent to DigitalGangster.com. Then, you were


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