Recently the well known PC Mag writer John C. Dvorak was fired from writing for PC MAG, after he wrote an article critical of 5g. He appeared to talk about it in an interview with Josh Del Sol, linked below. 5G Got me Firedby John C. Dvorak As you all know, I was unceremoniously fired […]
Remember 1984? In Orwell’s dystopic vision of the future, there was a huge difference between “truth” — what actually is — and “facts” — what a consensus has been led to believe. Now the search engine giant Google will be delisting and censoring content that doesn’t follow “well-established” scientific, medical, or historical “facts”. Check out the company’s newly updated quality […]
Blocked, Locked, and Hacked: How They Are Shutting Down the Alternative Media Online. (Melissa Dykes | Truthstream Media) So this is what happened to us after we uploaded our last video. Our link was blocked on Facebook when I tried to share it in so-called “private messages” (obviously realizing that the idea of there being […]
I don’t believe any of this is a coincidence at all. On an aside, maybe we should just start titling our videos something totally random and innocuous like, “Puppies frolicking in a daisy field” or “Look at this cute cat named Bob!” or “I like cheese”… Thoughts? See also: H.R.6393 – Intelligence Authorization Act PASSED […]
We all know by now that the tech giants of Silicon Valley are in bed with the government and they’re not afraid to censor posts they disagree with from their social media platforms. So what if there was a decentralised, open source, blockchain-based social media alternative? On today’s thought for the day we talk about […]
This week on the New World Next Week: a new survey sheds light on the crisis of science; Congress mulls a “counter propaganda” agency; and Apple patents new censorship technology. New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source […]
Emmy Award winning medical journalist Del Bigtree put his career on the line to cover controversial topics in ‘Vaxxed.’ Now he’s battling censorship from ABC News. by Nick Meyer One of the things most people don’t realize about the media is how important the screening process is — critical information is lost in the process […]
Everyone loves YouTube right? Wrong. We take a look at the 10 countries who’ve tried their best to shut us down. Music= Goliath by Terry Devin-King and Tom Peters (Alltime 10s)
Almost exactly two years after the historic Stop Online Piracy Act blackout protests, the fate of the free Internet may still be in limbo. Hollywood has launched a full-scale assault on online piracy. As the movie industry protects its copyrights, Silicon Valley and online activists worry that tighter web controls, like those being proposed in […]
Net neutrality is dead. Bow to Comcast and Verizon, your internet overlords. Should internet service providers be allowed to restrict access to websites and block certain content from customers depending on how much they pay to be connected? On Tuesday, a federal appeals court said yes. That ruling was handed down early Tuesday by way […]
U.S. corporations such as Google and Yahoo have compromised free speech and information in the name of profits, allowing foreign governments like China, France, and Myanmar to restrict their citizens’ internet access to websites approved by government officials.
Nobody can ignore TED, a powerhouse of fast, mind-blowing and paradigm breaking talks that last around 20 minutes. Experts in diverse fields such as anthropology, entrepreneurship, cosmology or brain science deliver a presentation all under the motto of ‘Ideas Worth Sharing’. But as TED has grown over the years and the TEDx events have spread […]
Abby Martin goes over the 6 corporations that control nearly everything in the mainstream media, and discusses a few of the most famous cases of media censorship with BTS producer, Manuel Rapalo.
In recent weeks the general public has mobilized to face US legislative threats to Internet freedoms. Far from a conclusive victory, however, the death of SOPA and PIPA only highlight the latest in a series of measures that are seeking to create a legal framework for government-administered Internet censorship.