Image of Powerful: Nigel Farage Exposes George Soros’ Manipulation Of Western Governments As The Real Threat
Image of Twitter bans Russia Today and Sputnik from advertising on its service  |  TechCrunch
Twitter bans Russia Today and Sputnik from advertising on its service | TechCrunch
Twitter has banned Russian media companies Russia Today (RT) and Sputnik from advertising on its service after it found that both had “attempted to interfere with the [2016 U.S.] election on behalf of the Russian government” using the social network.“This decision was based on the retrospective work we’ve been doing around the 2016 U.S. election and the U.S. intelligence community’s conclusion tha... [Read More]
Trump's Right: His Media Coverage Is Mostly Negative - NBC News
President Donald Trump frequently complains about media coverage of his administration, and a study released Monday confirms his suspicion: Most of it has been negative.The Pew Research Center, in a content analysis of the early days of the Trump presidency, found that 62 percent of the coverage was negative and only 5 percent was positive.In contrast, President Barack Obama's coverage in early 20... [Read More]
Image of Facebook Blocks Chinese Billionaire Who Tells Tales of Corruption - The New York Times
Facebook Blocks Chinese Billionaire Who Tells Tales of Corruption - The New York Times
HONG KONG — A Chinese billionaire living in virtual exile in New York, Guo Wengui has riled China’s leaders with his sometimes outlandish tales of deep corruption among family members of top Communist Party officials.On Saturday, his tales proved too much for one of his favorite platforms for broadcasting those accusations: Facebook.The social media network said it had blocked a profile under Mr. ... [Read More]
Image of Hungary set for fresh anti-George Soros blitz
Hungary set for fresh anti-George Soros blitz
Budapest (AFP) - Hungary is set to launch another state "national consultation" about US financier and philanthropist George Soros, the government said Tuesday, six months before expected general elections.The campaign would be to investigate public views on the "Soros plan", and would likely be launched next month, government spokesman Bence Tuzson told public radio, without giving further detail... [Read More]
Image of Theresa May doesn't rule out regulating the internet like China
Theresa May doesn't rule out regulating the internet like China
Theresa May has refused to rule out censoring the internet like China.The prime minister has looked to introduce sweeping and deep changes to the way the internet works, in what she claims is a necessary move to prevent terror. Those have included restricting the kinds of things people can post online and forcing internet companies to weaken security so that intelligence agencies can read their me... [Read More]
Image of Tech industry trying to censor Gab.ai to shut down free speech and control the narrative – NaturalNews.com
Tech industry trying to censor Gab.ai to shut down free speech and control the narrative – NaturalNews.com
(Natural News) Twitter alternative Gab is facing censorship from the tech industry on two fronts. Twitter apparently no longer allows sharing between the two social media platforms, while Apple rejected the GAB IOS app on the grounds that it includes user-posted pornographic content.GAB CEO Andrew Torba, a.k.a. the GabFather, is appealing this decision.“The double standards of Silicon Valley are o... [Read More]
Image of The Media Bubble is Real — And Worse Than You Think - POLITICO Magazine
The Media Bubble is Real — And Worse Than You Think - POLITICO Magazine
How did big media miss the Donald Trump swell? News organizations old and new, large and small, print and online, broadcast and cable assigned phalanxes of reporters armed with the most sophisticated polling data and analysis to cover the presidential campaign. The overwhelming assumption was that the race was Hillary Clinton’s for the taking, and the real question wasn’t how sweeping her November... [Read More]
Image of Google to display fact-checking labels to show if news is true or false | Technology | The Guardian
Google to display fact-checking labels to show if news is true or false | Technology | The Guardian
In its ongoing bid to combat fake news, Google follows Facebook in announcing new technology to help curb spread of misinformationGoogle is to start displaying fact-checking labels in its search results to highlight news and information that has been vetted and show whether it is considered to be true or false, as part of its efforts to help combat the spread of misinformation and fake news.The fa... [Read More]
Image of News Corp chief: Orwellian algorithms of Google and Facebook put us on ‘slippery slope of censorship’ – Press Gazette
News Corp chief: Orwellian algorithms of Google and Facebook put us on ‘slippery slope of censorship’ – Press Gazette
The chief executive of News Corp, parent company of The Sun and Times Newspapers, has warned that digital algorithms at Facebook and Google have “left us perched on the edge of the slippery slope of censorship”.His comments follow an investigation by The Times that revealed how programmatic advertising has led to adverts from reputable brands appearing alongside extremist online content and porn.T... [Read More]
Image of Twitter Censors Search Terms, Offers No Transparency and Mixed Results | Heat Street
Twitter Censors Search Terms, Offers No Transparency and Mixed Results | Heat Street
Twitter has upped its censorship game and is now blocking certain terms from showing up on the platform’s built-in search engine. The added filters are part of the company’s plans to reduce harassment on the service. Some of these filters were deployed earlier this month when users were given the option to mute certain types of accounts.As with previous efforts to convert Twitter into a “safe spac... [Read More]
Image of FEC Dems again eye regulating Drudge, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook | Washington Examiner
FEC Dems again eye regulating Drudge, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook | Washington Examiner
The campaign by Democrats on the Federal Election Commission to regulate the internet, from Twitter and Facebook to Drudge, is back after some liberal commissioners threw in the towel amid GOP opposition.Seizing on an exit report card of the agency by ex-Commissioner Ann Ravel, the left is complaining that the internet isn't being regulated for political content and spending, but should be.Using t... [Read More]
Image of 20th Century Fox Apologizes for 'Fake News' Ads for New Film - Rolling Stone
20th Century Fox Apologizes for 'Fake News' Ads for New Film - Rolling Stone
20th Century Fox has issued an apology after a marketing campaign tied to the upcoming horror film A Cure for Wellness was blamed for spreading "fake news" to tens of thousands of people.The marketing team behind the Gore Verbinski-directed film created convincing websites for real-sounding newspapers like the Salt Lake City Guardian and the Houston Leader, which then posted fake stories like "Tru... [Read More]
Image of Globalist Hollande Announces His "Ultimate Duty" to Prevent Le Pen Win, Protect EU » Alex Jones' Infowars
Globalist Hollande Announces His "Ultimate Duty" to Prevent Le Pen Win, Protect EU » Alex Jones' Infowars
In an interview with several European newspapers, outgoing French President Francois Hollande said that his “ultimate duty” before leaving office is to prevent Le Pen from winning the upcoming presidential election in France.The interview was published in Le Monde, La Stampa, the Guardian, La Vanguardia, Suddeutsche Zeitung, and Gazeta Wyborcza.“My ultimate duty is to make sure that France is not ... [Read More]
Image of MSNBC Slips: It's "Our Job" to "Control Exactly What People Think" » Alex Jones' Infowars
MSNBC Slips: It's "Our Job" to "Control Exactly What People Think" » Alex Jones' Infowars
MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski let the cat out of the bag, admitting on Morning Joe that the mainstream media serve as architects of intellectual reality for those still trapped under their spell.After co-host Joe Scarborough explained that Trump supporters are not the least bit surprised by the President’s policies or actions – in stark contrast to the vehemently outraged corporate media entities who op... [Read More]
Image of AdRoll Kills $3.3 Million Partnership with Alex Jones' InfoWars. - PACEDm.com - Performance Marketing Insider
AdRoll Kills $3.3 Million Partnership with Alex Jones' InfoWars. - PACEDm.com - Performance Marketing Insider
What do democratic aliens who anally probe Christians have to do with the advertising industry? Well, if you are to believe Alex Jones and his videos, they are working together to discredit both himself and Donald Trump.AdRoll, the advertising network and agency has decided that it will no longer work with InfoWars, due to the interesting and often “fake news” content of the site.“This is a platfo... [Read More]
Image of PressTV-Brits rally against Trump as MPs discuss visit
PressTV-Brits rally against Trump as MPs discuss visit
Scores of Britons have staged demonstrations against Donald Trump across the UK, as members of Parliament debated the US president’s planned state visit.Organized by the Stop Trump Coalition and campaign group One Day Without Us, the Monday protests drew thousands of people who carried signs that read: "No to racism; no to Trump."Liverpool, Manchester, Brighton, Bristol, Leeds, Newcastle, Glasgow ... [Read More]
Image of Google launches robo-tool to flag hate speech online – InvestmentWatch
Google launches robo-tool to flag hate speech online – InvestmentWatch
Google has launched an artificial intelligence tool that identifies abusive comments online, helping publishers respond to growing pressure to clamp down on hate speech.Google’s freely available software, known as Perspective, is being tested by a range of news organisations, including The New York Times, The Guardian and The Economist, as a way to help simplify the jobs of humans reviewing commen... [Read More]
Image of Brzezinski: ‘Our Job’ Is to Control ‘Exactly What People Think’ :: Grabien News
Brzezinski: ‘Our Job’ Is to Control ‘Exactly What People Think’ :: Grabien News
Controlling "exactly what people think" is the job of the media, MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski boldly declared Wednesday morning.While discussing President Trump's entreaties to the American people to remain skeptical of the press, Bzezinski worried that if the economy turns south, Americans may end up trusting him over the media. "And it could be that while unemployment and the economy worsens, he coul... [Read More]
Image of David Brock's Clinton propaganda machine, Media Matters, trying to stay relevant in a post-Hillary world - by going after 'fake news' online
David Brock's Clinton propaganda machine, Media Matters, trying to stay relevant in a post-Hillary world - by going after 'fake news' online
On December 6, exactly four weeks after Hillary Clinton lost the presidential election, Media Matters for America, a nonprofit organization dedicated to combating conservative misinformation in media, announced it would be undergoing a makeover. In its twelve-year history, Media Matters's main antagonist had been Fox News—a worthy, if unsurprising target for an organization devoted to conservative... [Read More]
Image of Researchers: Fake News Did Not Alter Election Results - Study Finds
Researchers: Fake News Did Not Alter Election Results - Study Finds
Charles HartwellAs social media sites like Facebook and Snapchat move to eliminate “fake news” reports from their sites, researchers from Stanford and New York Universities say Americans can be sure of one thing: the phenomenon did not affect the results of the presidential election.The new study released last month investigated the influence that fake news may have had on President Trump’s victor... [Read More]
Image of Twitter Says Its Developing New Tools For Online Censorship | The Daily Caller
Twitter Says Its Developing New Tools For Online Censorship | The Daily Caller
Two of the biggest executives at Twitter said they are planning on introducing new tools to help prevent users from saying hateful things on the platform.“Making Twitter a safer place is our primary focus and we are now moving with more urgency than ever,” said Ed Ho, the company’s vice president of engineering, in a string of tweets. “We heard you, we didn’t move fast enough last year; now we’re ... [Read More]