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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]
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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]