Peter Lavelle | There is mounting evidence alternative news providers are being targeted by censors administrating platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and elsewhere.
Shawn Helton | The Berlin attack provides another twisted terror plot wrapped up in a matter of days without a judge, jury or trial – while Germany focuses its efforts on internet censorship.
New York Times is Advocating for Internet Censorship (controlled by them and other ‘approved’ agents)
Robert Parry | The New York Times now wants a system of censorship for the Internet – to block what it calls “fake news,” even when the Times ignores its own shameful record of publishing outright “fake news.”
Jay Dyer | It’s absurd that the most astounding liars on the planet, the Mainstream Media, are accusing websites like ours as pushing “fake news.”
21WIRE | Censorship is running rampant on the world’s largest social media website.
21WIRE + RT | Incredible. Can this really be called anything other than outright censorship?
21WIRE + Eurogamer | The issues here extend beyond the realm of simple censorship.
Stuart J. Hooper | A worrying trend is currently emerging where governments are anonymously editing the Wikipedia entries for certain events.
Episode #40: SUNDAY WIRE – ‘New Iron Curtain: Land Grabs and YouTube Censorship’ with Guests Bud May and UK Column
SUNDAY WIRE | The iron curtain is being drawn on both sides of the Atlantic…
21WIRE | By all accounts, Savile’s practices were an open secret within “The Industry”.
BUSINESS INSIDER | Obama administration tries to silence its critics but some refuse to budge
The Slog Dec 11, 2012 Having been tipped off last week about the pulling together of a Government plan to attack bloggers via McAlpinesque legal threats, The Slog received in short order a series of requests from a variety of blogospherists, asking for links to articles about leading politicians to be deleted. Jeremy Hunt and […]
The Needle | What Do The Taliban And The BBC Have In Common?
Argentine ISPs Use Bazooka to Kill Fly . By Jillian York August 22, 2011 On Tuesday, eff reported that Argentina’s National Telecommunications Commission (CNC) had issued a directive to local ISPs to block two websites- leakymails.com and leakymails.blogspot.com- in response to an order from a federal judge. Today, on Google’s Latin America blog (in Spanish), Senior […]
Raw Story | The forces of ‘bottom-up anarchy’ are forcing the authorities to up their security game.