Google-owned platform demonetizes "controversial" content
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Sputnik reports In the United States, the wealthy have taken steps to obscure their opulent villas and extravagant estates from Google Maps, reports the real estate magazine Luxury Listings. Many owners of expensive real estate have set up special de
'We will not, at any time, debate the science of climate change'
We live in a world run by algorithms, computer programs that make decisions or solve problems for us. In this riveting, funny talk, Kevin Slavin shows how modern algorithms determine stock prices, espionage tactics, even the movies you watch.
When the Obama administration announced its plan to give up U.S. protection of the internet, it promised the United Nations would never take control.
As the sun rose over the Sonora Desert in late June, Mark Zuckerberg stood beside a runway not far from the Mexican border.
Dear Internet, it's been a while, right? We here at WIRED talk about you a lot (mostly good things!), and we'll admit it feels a little weird to address you directly. But we need to have a talk. And yeah, no, this is not going to be a fun one. Be
David Irvine (CEO/Founder MaidSafe) provides an update on the implementation of their decentralized internet/ Alpha Release - Chris Waid (Founder) and Luke Leighton (Engineer) at ThinkPenguin provide an update on the Linux-Based Computer/Operation -
Social network reveals the astonishing amount of data it holds on people who uses its services
About two months ago, I could not access Forbes. I got a message: turn off your ad-blocking software. I didn't. I notice that Forbes has reverted to its three-second delay strategy.
TIME magazine has written yet another horrible article, this one basically calling for the Internet to be controlled and censored because of too many "trolls."
Chris Waid (Founder) and Luke Leighton (Engineer) at ThinkPenguin provide an update on the Linux-Based Computer/Operation - Grant Smith (Director - Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy) on the Israel lobby - Michael Belfiore (Author, Writer)
The Internet has provided a new portal for narcotics customers and suppliers to gain access to illicit drugs, says the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA). According to a research report by the organization, Dark Net Mark
The Department of Commerce is set to hand off the final vestiges of American control over the Internet to international authorities in less than two months, officials have confirmed.
James Corbett (The Corbett Report) provides World News Update; topics range from the political circus, MSM liars, cryptocurrencies, etc... - Brian Sovryn (Dark Android; host of Soveryn Tech) comes on the show to talk about 'app' creations
For many Americans, the path to casting a vote is way rockier than it should be.
Last month, I spoke at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland because I believe our country is on the wrong track, and we need to solve real problems instead of fighting fake culture wars. I'm glad that an arena full of Republicans stood u
Last month, I spoke at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland because I believe our country is on the wrong track, and we need to solve real problems instead of fighting fake culture wars.
Welcome to 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. In this week's episode:
Last Thursday, as Bloomberg was gingerly setting the stage, and the preemptive damage control for what was about to be a historic leak, it did everything in its power to deflect attention from the key topic, namely that prominent liberal billionaire
In the future, we'll all need a faster connection to the Internet. We'll need more bandwidth for streaming high-definition video, strolling through virtual worlds, and, well, doing things no one has even thought of yet. But Google worries that In
Derrick Slopey (Freedom's Phoenix Webmaster) in studio. Derrick comes by on his way to the Jackalope Freedom Festival - Jeremy Kauffman (LBRY) joins Derrick as they talk about a lot of technical things, decentralization, privacy, and the future of th
And though he hadn't yet revealed it at the time of the conference in March, Signal's encryption protocol had been integrated into WhatsApp, the world's most popular messaging app, with over a billion users.
While it deletes the record of a chat, it still leaves "a forensic artifact that can be recovered and reconstructed back into its original form." The only way to make sure your chats are officially gone? For now, delete the app entirely.
A shadowy unit of the British intelligence agency GCHQ tried to influence online activists during the 2009 Iranian presidential election protests and the 2011 democratic uprisings largely known as the Arab Spring, as new evidence gathered from docume
People's Republic takes the lead in race to build super-secure communications network of the future
If you've lived at least two decades, you probably remember the days when Yahoo was cool. Maybe you had a really embarrassing Yahoo email address (full disclosure, I was "madkats16"), .....
Two years ago, last June 28th, 2014, I think my sanity may have been saved by a British television series, Midsomer Murders.
Chinese Technocracy was recognized publicly as early as 2002. In a fully expected move, China has now banned Internet news reporting. This is necessary to maintain total control over society. ? TN Editor