Ruling hits Facebook and Twitter and marks crackdown on viral clips discrediting state forces in disputed territory
Every day across the nation, people doing work for Google log in to their computers and start watching YouTube.
Facebook suspended me AGAIN. This is the second time in one week! This is clearly Orwellian censorship. Here's what happened. Please email Facebook's media relations department at Press@FB.com and ask them why they suspended me AGAIN for the exact po
Huge news on Google censorship
Google will not remove InfoWars from its search engine results, Maxwell Tani of Business Insider reports:
Mike Cernovich breaks one of the biggest censorship stories yet.
Facebook suspended me. Here's what happened, and why it backfired on them big league.
Google has hired contractors to remove or limit Alex Jones' website Infowars.com from its search engines. According to a search engine evaluator for Google, all contractors have been instrucred to actively rate InfoWars as a low quality and untrust
Facebook's war against common sense continues.
Germany has formally announced its draconian push towards censorship of social media.
Intellectual property 'rights' trace their origins back to copyright in literature, from which they have since expanded. With this in mind, it is fruitful to examine how authors can be compensated in the absence of copyright.
While books like 1984 and Brave New World are getting a lot of buzz right now because of the political climate of the country, I think there's a classic dystopian title which is even more deserving of our reading (and re-reading): Ray Bradbury's
"The World Famous Drudge Report Has Been Marked As Sensitive Material"
Ban all the things, and when we all live in padded prison cells, we will be safe from terrorists! That is the plan. Because access to information is really the problem, according to the British government. As soon as people don't have access to
Your favorite YouTube channels could be about to disappear