Posts Tagged ‘content’

Moral Panic Over Palestinian Content In Ontario schools

Above photo: Protesters carry a Palestinian flag in Montréal, July 30, 2014. Flickr. Digital technology has been a fixture in the Ontario classroom setting for some years now, but with COVID it has become a particularly dominant instrument of secondary school pedagogy. Online teaching and e-learning have increased exponentially with the pandemic. And while such educative […]

Jewish Groups Openly Admit They Want Bitchute Shut Down For Posting Content They Don’t Like

At the behest of powerful Jewish interests, this week Google Play banned the third-party app BitChute — a “free speech” alternative to heavily censored YouTube — because it has become a safe haven for people and groups who openly oppose Jewish supremacy and draconian Soviet-style censorship: [The Tel Aviv-based] Google suspended the app, stating that […]

Mailchimp Joins Big Tech Censors, Says It Will Ban Accounts That Distribute “Misleading” Content

Leftists were triggered Tuesday as Infowars guru Alex Jones was able to appear on a big tech platform without being censored or banned. Jones was once again a guest on The Joe Rogan Experience, however, it was the first time Jones has appeared since Rogan moved to Spotify, prompting scores of butthurt leftists to immediately […]

Glenn Greenwald Resigns From The Intercept After They Censor His Content

The Facts: Sangulani (Maxwell) Chikumbutso has invented an electric system that runs off a battery. The unique thing is the battery charges itself with electromagnetic radiation that’s present naturally in the environment. It can run forever. Reflect On: Why do these technologies never see the light of day? Why are they usually ridiculed and brushed […]

QAnon: YouTube bans conspiracy theory content that justifies real-world violence

YouTube is the latest social network to take action to limit the spread baseless conspiracy theories online. The Google-owned video platform followed the lead of Twitter and Facebook by announcing an expansion of their existing hate and harassment policies on Thursday. YouTube will “prohibit content that targets an individual or group with conspiracy theories that […]

Man Who Had Hunter Biden’s Laptop Says There’s More To Come, Including Illegal Content

John Paul Mac Isaac, the Delaware computer repair man who had Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop before handing it over to the FBI and Rudy Giuliana, has said the New York Post bombshell yesterday hardly scratched the surface of what is on the hard rive, and suggested there is far more to come, including illegal content. […]

Facebook to ban ‘any content that denies or distorts the Holocaust’

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Pakistan Bans TikTok over ‘Immoral and Indecent’ Content

The Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) on Friday blocked the controversial Chinese video streaming app TikTok because it allegedly failed to filter “immoral and indecent” content — Prime Minister Imran Khan was reportedly involved in the decision. According to the PTA, “a number of complaints from different segments of society” were made about “immoral and indecent” content […]

Google must negotiate pay with publishers for content, French court rules

Google must negotiate payments with French publishers to use their news content, an appeals court has ruled. The tech giant has been ordered to discuss remuneration for news agencies if they reshare content, photos, or videos online in Google search results or on Google News. The long-awaited decision by the Paris Court of Appeal confirms […]

Online giants getting better at taking down antisemitic content in Spanish, watchdog finds

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FBI Raids YouTube Content Creator, Finds “Thousands Upon Thousands” of Child Porn Images

A Utah man who created educational science videos on YouTube was raided last week by federal agents who reportedly found “thousands upon thousands” of child porn images on numerous hard drives he possessed. The discovery of the massive illegal trove came after local police conducted a pedophile sting on Craigslist in St. George, arresting 12 […]

See No Evil: How Google Keeps You From Viewing BLM-critical Content

If the elites don’t want you seeing certain information, ask yourself why. Unlike other search engines, Google’s autocomplete feature will not generate negative suggestions for the term “BLM,” according to Breitbart News. As a matter of fact, typing the phrase “BLM” into the Google search box only returns the single suggestion of “BLM Israel,” rather than […]

Facebook threatens to stop news sharing in Australia over law that would make them pay for content

Facebook has threatened to block publishers and users from sharing news in Australia over a law that would make the company pay for content. It comes in response to Australian draft legislation that would require Facebook and Google to agree to pay news organisations for content. “News businesses have no option but to deal with […]

Facebook threatens to stop news sharing in Australia over law that would make them pay for content

Facebook has threatened to block publishers and users from sharing news in Australia over a law that would make the company pay for content. It comes in response to Australian draft legislation that would require Facebook and Google to agree to pay news organisations for content. “News businesses have no option but to deal with […]

Facebook threatens to stop news sharing in Australia over law that would make them pay for content

Facebook has threatened to block publishers and users from sharing news in Australia over a law that would make the company pay for content. It comes in response to Australian draft legislation that would require Facebook and Google to agree to pay news organisations for content. “News businesses have no option but to deal with […]

Facebook threatens to stop news sharing in Australia over law that would make them pay for content

Facebook has threatened to block publishers and users from sharing news in Australia over a law that would make the company pay for content. It comes in response to Australian draft legislation that would require Facebook and Google to agree to pay news organisations for content. “News businesses have no option but to deal with […]

Facebook threatens to stop news sharing in Australia over law that would make them pay for content

Facebook has threatened to block publishers and users from sharing news in Australia over a law that would make the company pay for content. It comes in response to Australian draft legislation that would require Facebook and Google to agree to pay news organisations for content. “News businesses have no option but to deal with […]

Facebook threatens to stop news sharing in Australia over law that would make them pay for content

Facebook has threatened to block publishers and users from sharing news in Australia over a law that would make the company pay for content. It comes in response to Australian draft legislation that would require Facebook and Google to agree to pay news organisations for content. “News businesses have no option but to deal with […]

Facebook threatens to stop news sharing in Australia over law that would make them pay for content

Facebook has threatened to block publishers and users from sharing news in Australia over a law that would make the company pay for content. It comes in response to Australian draft legislation that would require Facebook and Google to agree to pay news organisations for content. “News businesses have no option but to deal with […]

Facebook threatens to stop news sharing in Australia over law that would make them pay for content

Facebook has threatened to block publishers and users from sharing news in Australia over a law that would make the company pay for content. It comes in response to Australian draft legislation that would require Facebook and Google to agree to pay news organisations for content. “News businesses have no option but to deal with […]

Facebook threatens to stop news sharing in Australia over law that would make them pay for content

Facebook has threatened to block publishers and users from sharing news in Australia over a law that would make the company pay for content. It comes in response to Australian draft legislation that would require Facebook and Google to agree to pay news organisations for content. “News businesses have no option but to deal with […]

Facebook threatens to stop news sharing in Australia over law that would make them pay for content

Facebook has threatened to block publishers and users from sharing news in Australia over a law that would make the company pay for content. It comes in response to Australian draft legislation that would require Facebook and Google to agree to pay news organisations for content. “News businesses have no option but to deal with […]

Facebook threatens to stop news sharing in Australia over law that would make them pay for content

Facebook has threatened to block publishers and users from sharing news in Australia over a law that would make the company pay for content. It comes in response to Australian draft legislation that would require Facebook and Google to agree to pay news organisations for content. “News businesses have no option but to deal with […]

Facebook threatens to stop news sharing in Australia over law that would make them pay for content

Facebook has threatened to block publishers and users from sharing news in Australia over a law that would make the company pay for content. It comes in response to Australian draft legislation that would require Facebook and Google to agree to pay news organisations for content. “News businesses have no option but to deal with […]

Facebook threatens to stop news sharing in Australia over law that would make them pay for content

Facebook has threatened to block publishers and users from sharing news in Australia over a law that would make the company pay for content. It comes in response to Australian draft legislation that would require Facebook and Google to agree to pay news organisations for content. “News businesses have no option but to deal with […]

Nazi content found on Halle synagogue attacker’s computer

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Hacked: Reddit Flooded With Pro-Trump Content – Investigation Underway

Hackers took control of over a dozen popular subreddits on Reddit.com and flooded the pages with pro-Trump content on Friday. According to Business Insider, “a Reddit spokesperson sad in an email that ‘an investigation is underway related to a series of vandalized communities. It appears the source of the attacks were compromised moderator accounts. We […]

Facebook Is Giving $1,000 To Content Moderators Who Said Online Trolls Turned Them Into Conspiracy Theorists

Facebook agreed to pay out a $52 million settlement to thousands of current and former content moderators who said they are suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome after viewing upsetting content on the job, The Verge reported Tuesday. Each moderator will receive a minimum of $1,000 and will be eligible for additional compensation if they are […]

British People Now Face Jail If They Post ‘Offensive’ Content Online

British citizens can now face up to six months in jail if they post ‘offensive’ content on social media, under Orwellian new rules proposed by the government. Despite the fact that violent crime rates have skyrocketed 44% in the last year, the government want police to focus their resources on punishing ‘online trolls’: Social media […]

Zuckerberg Admits He’s Developing Artificial Intelligence to Censor Content

(ANTIMEDIA) — This week we were treated to a veritable carnival attraction as Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of one of the largest tech companies in the world, testified before Senate committees about privacy issues related to Facebook’s handling of user data. Besides highlighting the fact that most United States senators — and most people, for that […]

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