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.”
New York Times is Advocating for Internet Censorship (controlled by them and other ‘approved’ agents)
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.