This week on the New World Next Week: the government sues citizens for asking for information; PM May recruits Big Tech in extremist content purge; and yet another study finds fluoride linked to lower intelligence. New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open […]
The universe is the internet is the library is the internet is the universe. Or is it? And if so, who are the librarians? And if we have all the information we can ever want, does that mean we have knowledge or wisdom? If not, how do we make it? Or who will make it […]
This week on the New World Next Week: China begins “online purification”; the US begins chipping employees; and Canada falls flat in staircase debacle. New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week: Story #1: China Shuts Down 3,918 […]
This week on the New World Next Week: NATO woos Trump with 9/11 blood and steel; China begins GMO propaganda drive; and the Chinternet now requires your real name. New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence […]
How long until we cannot tell the difference anymore? (Truthstream Media)
This week on the New World Next Week: the shadow government is renewed for another year; the UN internet debate completely misses the point; and Homeland Security is taking over the rigging of the elections. New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most […]
A recent hack by a group named DC Leaks revealed more than 2500 documents that include hundreds of internal documents from multiple departments within Soros’ groups, mainly the Open Society Foundation. After releasing the documents on billionaire George Soros, DC Leaks had part of its website taken down and the @DCLeaks Twitter account has been […]
This week on the New World Next Week: China begins wooing the Middle East as they flex their geopolitical muscle; Davos misleaders talk automation as markets descend into chaos; and the public trades in TV talking heads for search engines. New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers […]
Half a century ago people had to be reassured their social security card was not being used for identification. Now there are federally standardized and globally synchronized ID cards, government-sponsored online ID projects, DNA databases, and even secret databases of your newborn baby’s genetic information and nobody bats an eyelid. How did we get here, […]
What is Net Neutrality? As its name indicates, net neutrality is about creating a neutral internet. The basic principle driving net neutrality is that the internet should be a free and open platform, almost like any other utility we use in our home (like electricity). Users should be able to use their bandwidth however they […]
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.
Thanks to the geotracking capabilities of smart phones, you are potentially leaving a digital trail everywhere you go. And many people are unwittingly posting photos on social media sites that have embedded location information, so a stalker can easily see exactly where a given photo was taken and track down a potential victim. Pictures you’ve […]
The “Lawful Interception Recovery Fee” many phone users are reportedly spotting on AT&T bills is giving rise to a bit of frustrating and just-like-those-government-bozos speculation… that the controversial NSA spying program has resulted in a charge tacked on to our cell phone bills. Have you ever in your life? Across the web, the “Lawful Interception […]
Before entering the New Jersey courthouse to face his sentencing on March 18, 2013, Andrew Auernheimer (Weev) gave a short speech to the press and to his friends. Auernheimer was sentenced to 41 months in prison followed by three years supervised release. Auernheimer revealed a security flaw in AT&T’s iPad user database, allowing him to […]
INTERNET RISING is a digi-documentary investigating the evolving relationships between the Internet and collective consciousness of humanity. It provokes many questions about ancient and modern paradoxes of life, its pleasures and pains… and the gray area contrasts in between – but most of all it is meant to be an inspiring conversation starter; a launchpad […]
Web users’ online communications may be about to get a wider and possibly unwanted audience. The FBI is seeking more powers to spy on people’s emails and internet chats in real time. The proposals have already been met with criticism, that they are a complete breach of privacy.
Apple’s co-founder fears that freedom of information is under attack, with the internet controlled and regulated in unnecessary and harmful ways. RT talked to Steve Wozniak on a range of topics, from Wikileaks to Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom.
I. Introduction Social media platforms are changing the way organizations are communicating to the public Conversations are happening all the time and everywhere. There is need for the Communications Group to be timely and proactively aware of the reactions and opinions expressed by the general public as it relates to the Federal Reserve and its […]
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.
The United States government says that Kim Dotcom, a German millionaire formerly known as Kim Schmitz, masterminded a vast criminal conspiracy by operating the file-storage site Megaupload. Dotcom, on the other hand, begs to differ. One year after the high-profile raid of his home and the shut-down of one of the most popular sites on […]