Image of How To Download The Banned Infowars App For iPhone & Android: infowars-official_v1.0.1.apk
How To Download The Banned Infowars App For iPhone & Android: infowars-official_v1.0.1.apk
After the Infowars Official App reached number one in the News category, the Apple Store removed it.However, Infowars has found a way to circumvent the censors – infowarsapk.com.Thats right, the Infowars app IS BACK and available for Android and iPhone iOS devices!Following big tech’s unilateral banning of Infowars and Alex Jones from their platforms, downloads of the Infowars app skyrocketed, lau... [Read More]
GOOGLE WHACK Philip Hammond will introduce a Digital Services Tax in crackdown on tax-dodging web giants
TAX-DODGING tech giants will be forced to stump up more under the Chancellor’s 21st-century blueprint to defeat Corbynism.Philip Hammond delighted Tory conference activists with his surprise vow to introduce a Digital Services Tax.The levy on international profits made from users in Britain by ­California-based giants such as Facebook and Google will recoup hundreds of millions of pounds.Mr Hammon... [Read More]
Tim Berners-Lee: A Magna Carta for the web | TED Talk
“What a wonderful gift Tim has given with this talk, and with his ongoing fight for online freedom. Tim shows us how we must first struggle against a complacent user base if the internet is to remain free. Hopefully enough of us do care enough to stand up!”Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web 25 years ago. So it’s worth a listen when he warns us: There’s a battle ahead. Eroding net neut... [Read More]
Image of Decentralisation: the next big step for the world wide web | Technology | The Guardian
Decentralisation: the next big step for the world wide web | Technology | The Guardian
The story that broke early last month that Google would again cooperate with Chinese authorities to run a censored version of its search engine, something the tech giant has neither confirmed nor denied, had ironic timing. The same day, a group of 800 web builders and others – among them Tim Berners-Lee, who created the world wide web – were meeting in San Francisco to discuss a grand idea to circ... [Read More]
Exclusive: Tim Berners-Lee tells us his radical new plan to upend the World Wide Web
Last week, Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, asked me to come and see a project he has been working on almost as long as the web itself. It’s a crisp autumn day in Boston, where Berners-Lee works out of an office above a boxing gym. After politely offering me a cup of coffee, he leads us into a sparse conference room. At one end of a long table is a battered laptop covered with stic... [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 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 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 Free Speech is Only As Strong As the Weakest Link | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Free Speech is Only As Strong As the Weakest Link | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Speech on the Internet requires a series of intermediaries to reach its audience. Each intermediary is vulnerable to some degree to pressure from those who want to silence the speaker. Even though the Internet is decentralized and distributed, "weak links" in this chain can operate as choke points to accomplish widespread censorship.The Internet has delivered on its promise of low-cost, distribute... [Read More]
Image of Bloggers' Rights | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Bloggers' Rights | Electronic Frontier Foundation
One of EFF's goals is to give you a basic roadmap to the legal issues you may confront as a blogger to let you know you have rights and to encourage you to blog freely with the knowledge that your legitimate speech is protected. To that end we have created the Legal Guide for Bloggers a collection of blogger-specific FAQs addressing everything from fair use to defamation law to workplace whistle-b... [Read More]
Image of RED ALERT: Obama Signs Bill Putting CIA in Control of Media » Alex Jones' Infowars
RED ALERT: Obama Signs Bill Putting CIA in Control of Media » Alex Jones' Infowars
Alex Jones breaks down President Obama signing late Friday the NDAA 2017, which will allow the federal government to come after and shut down any media it deems “disinformation and propaganda.” [Read More]
Image of BREAKING: Obama Bans Free Speech In The Dead of Night » Alex Jones' Infowars
BREAKING: Obama Bans Free Speech In The Dead of Night » Alex Jones' Infowars
By slipping through the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act, President Obama has signed the “Countering Disinformation And Propaganda Act” into law, effectively putting all speech under federal control.POWERGRAB: Obama Signs Bill Federalizing All Media [Read More]
Image of The Censorship Generation?  – Poynter: April 2005
The Censorship Generation? – Poynter: April 2005
By warren191 • April 22, 2005So, the report says that our high schools are leaving the First Amendment behind. It says an alarmingly high percentage of students have little knowledge of freedom of speech -- unless, of course, it comes to the racy lyrics on the I-Pods welded to their ears. It says that we're growing a generation of Americans who actually welcome censorship of our media.What gives?I... [Read More]
Image of Sudan: IFJ Condemns Media Crackdown
Sudan: IFJ Condemns Media Crackdown
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) fiercely condemned the seizure of five newspapers and the closure of a television station by the Sudanese authorities, on Monday, 28 November, following coverage of a national strike by opposition groups against fuel subsidy cuts.According to media reports, on 28 November the Sudanese National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) seized the Tu... [Read More]
Media Censorship in China: April 2015
IntroductionThe Chinese government has long kept tight reins on both traditional and new media to avoid potential subversion of its authority. Its tactics often entail strict media controls using monitoring systems and firewalls, shuttering publications or websites, and jailing dissident journalists, bloggers, and activists. Google's battle with the Chinese government over Internet censorship, and... [Read More]
Image of Russia Has Started Bringing the World’s Tech Giants to Heel, and LinkedIn is First - Nextgov.com
Russia Has Started Bringing the World’s Tech Giants to Heel, and LinkedIn is First - Nextgov.com
A 2014 law was the warning shot: The Kremlin threatened to block any company that stored Russian citizens’ personal data on non-Russian servers. Today, LinkedIn has become the first big name to fall, as a Russian court upheld a ruling to ban it from operating in the country.Russia’s communications watchdog, Roskomnadzor, has investigated 1,500 foreign and local companies since the law was enacted ... [Read More]
Image of China Passes Cybersecurity Law to Tighten its Control over the Internet
China Passes Cybersecurity Law to Tighten its Control over the Internet
ARTICLE BY THEHACKERNEWS.COMChina has long been known for its strict censorship policies, which has already made it difficult for foreign companies to do business in the world's most populous country of more than 1.35 Billion people.Now, the Chinese government has approved a broad new controversial cybersecurity regulations that would further strengthen the country's censorship regime, making it m... [Read More]
Image of China's Hollywood Takeover: Acquisitions to boost China's 'soft power,' movie-making know-how
China's Hollywood Takeover: Acquisitions to boost China's 'soft power,' movie-making know-how
Money continues to flow out of China and into foreign assets unabated, despite Beijing’s tightening capital controls. But Beijing has no qualms about providing funding to one particular region—Hollywood.Chinese companies are developing a keen interest in entertainment, as several Hollywood studios and production companies announced recent tie-ups with Chinese investors.For China, the film industry... [Read More]
Image of Julian Assange is not Dead, but his Internet Connection is Cut by 'State Party'
Julian Assange is not Dead, but his Internet Connection is Cut by 'State Party'
Don't worry — Julian Assange is alive and kicking! But his Internet connection is dead.Earlier today, Wikileaks tweeted that its co-founder, Julian Assange, had his internet connection intentionally cut by an unidentified "state party."The non-profit organization said it had "activated appropriate contingency plans," giving no further explanation.The tweet came after Wikileaks posted a series of t... [Read More]
Image of Playboy Can Block Links to Celebrity Pictures, EU Court Says - Bloomberg
Playboy Can Block Links to Celebrity Pictures, EU Court Says - Bloomberg
Playboy’s Dutch publisher can stop a news and entertainment website from posting links to its images without permission, a top European Union court said in a ruling that could reverberate across the internet.The European Court of Justice in Luxembourg said GeenStijl, owned by GS Media, broke copyright laws when it published links to pictures of TV personality Britt Dekker without the permission of... [Read More]
Image of Web Freedom Is Seen as a Growing Global Issue
Web Freedom Is Seen as a Growing Global Issue
SAN FRANCISCO — Government censorship of the Internet is a cat-and-mouse game. And despite more aggressive tactics in recent months, the cats have been largely frustrated while the mice wriggle away. But this year, the challenges for Silicon Valley will mount, with Russia and Turkey in particular trying to tighten controls on foreign-based Internet companies. Major American companies like Faceb... [Read More]
Image of Facebook DATA Collection In Full Progress    (Videos) | Alternative
Facebook DATA Collection In Full Progress (Videos) | Alternative
Facebook is up to it’s old tricks again, it has been brought to my attention by one of my readers that Facebook shut down his account without warning. Then required him to look at pictures from his friends photo albums. Let’s call my reader Ron. So when Ron couldn’t identify pictures from his friends photo albums, because he has never went through his friends photo albums, Facebook then sent hi... [Read More]