Posts Tagged ‘online’

New Union-Busting Tracker Debuts Online

Above Photo: Screenshot of Union Busting Tracker. Helena, MT. – On Nov. 6, a group of volunteers launched a Web page called the Union-Busting Tracker to post examples of union-busting. Eleven days later, they’d listed 180 separate cases, naming the employers and the union-busting outfits they’d hired. The project is intended to “embolden” workers, says Bob […]

Bill Gates: Governments Must PUNISH Online Users Who Oppose Masks and Vaccines

Bill Gates has urged governments worldwide to issue punishments to online users who question mask and vaccine mandates. In a new 30-minute interview with British politician Jeremy Hunt, Gates discussed “pandemic preparedness” and the current global vaccine rollout. Lifesitenews.com reports: Gates stressed the importance of suppressing what he called “false information” surrounding the novel coronavirus and the […]

Tunisia judges call for investigation into systematic online smear campaigns

The Association of Tunisian Judges yesterday called on the Public Prosecution to investigate the “systematic online smear campaigns” against a number of its members who have spoken to the media. The association said in a statement that judicial, administrative, and financial judges speak to the media as part of their duty to inform the public […]

People in UK Who Question Vaccines Online Could Be Jailed for Two Years

Residents in the UK who post non-mainstream information about vaccines online could face two years in prison under a new law. The Online Safety Bill, described as “the flagship legislation to combat abuse and hatred on the internet,” has faced strong criticism from civil liberties groups over its Orwellian capabilities of stripping the public of […]

Online Media: The Promise and the Peril

In preparation for my upcoming course on The History of the Media, The Corbett Report Subscriber is presenting a three-part series on the past, present and future of mass media. In the first edition I examined How the First Media Moguls Shaped History. Last week I detailed How TV Hypnotizes You. This week I turn my attention […]

Priti Patel May End Online Anonymity in Wake of Politician Killing

Three days after the suspected Islamist-inspired killing of British MP Sir David Amess, Home Secretary Priti Patel has suggested the incident could usher in restrictions on anonymity on social media to combat “cruel comments and attacks” on politicians from anonymous users. Appearing on Sky News’ Trevor Phillips On Sunday programme, Priti Patel said that she […]

VAERS: Healthy 16-Year-Old Boy Dies During Online Class Following Second Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine

According to an entry on the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS), a healthy 16-year-old boy died during an online math class less than a month after receiving his second shot the Pfizer Covid-19 injection. by The Expose The boy’s mother filed a report with VAERS on July 13th, 2021, indicating that her son died […]

Two Thirds Of Online Posts From Fossil Fuel Companies ‘Greenwashing’

Above Photo: New research shows fossil fuel companies are overwhelmingly promoting their green efforts online. DeSmog. One expert called it a “systematic deceptive marketing campaign designed to interfere with the solution that is necessary to respond to the climate emergency: stopping fossil fuel production.” Nearly two thirds of social media posts put out by six […]

In Major Disaster For Humanity, Facebook Comes Back Online

WORLD—In one of the worst disasters humanity has faced since the dawn of civilization, Facebook and Instagram are now back online.  “Yeah, it’s kind of awkward that Facebook is back now because humanity already moved on,” said Jane Earstin, local Instagram influencer. “We had already made peace with a world without these horrible social networks, […]

Wikipedia Co-Founder Says Online Encyclopedia is Now Largely Just ‘Leftist Propaganda’

Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger has blasted the site for its slide into “leftist propaganda,” accusing it of long since abandoning impartiality and simply becoming an amplifier for mainstream news narratives. Sanger co-founded Wikipedia with with Jimmy Wales in 2001. SOPA Images via Getty Images During an interview with the Epoch Times, Sanger noted that the […]

Russian opposition party sues, claiming online voting in Moscow was rigged

A Russian opposition party has claimed that parliamentary election results from online voting were rigged. The Communist party filed multiple lawsuits on Wednesday after their defeat in races in the Russian capital, Moscow. The party finished second in the national polls in this month’s election and had actively questioned the vote before polls opened. Senior […]

Rutgers student, 22, says he has been BANNED from taking ONLINE classes because he is not Dosed

    A Rutgers University student says he has been shut out of virtual classes online because he has not been vaccinated. Logan Hollar, a 22-year-old senior who is pursuing an undergraduate degree in psychology from the Piscataway, New Jersey-based public university, has declined to take the vaccine for COVID-19. Hollar decided to complete his […]

9/11 Livestream and Online Course

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Watch on Archive / BitChute / Minds.com / Odysee James joins you today for a quick update to let you know about a 9/11 Global Livestream that he’ll be taking part in this weekend and a course that he’ll be teaching at Renegade University in November. SHOW NOTES: September 11th Global Live Stream […]

Cuba Passes ‘Misinformation’ Law Calling Online Criticism Of The Government ‘Cyberterrorism’

Cuba passed legislation treating “misinformation” as “cyberterrorism.” The move comes weeks after widespread anti-government protests gripped Cuba, which made international news largely because of photos and videos posted to social media by Cubans on the island. Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel explained that the law “goes against misinformation and cyber lies.” As Reuters reports about Decree 35: The […]

Rutgers Uni Student Banned From Taking Online Virtual Classes Because He’s Unvaccinated

A business owner in the UK has been forced to close her shop after testing positive for COVID-19 for the second time despite being double jabbed. Ursula Sutcliffe says she has lost her sense of smell, has a pain in the back of her head and is now bedridden due to the infection, despite having […]

Iran-Oman online exhibit to be held in late August

Iran-Oman online exhibit to be held in late August – Tehran%20Times TEHRAN- Iran-Oman Joint Chamber of Commerce will hold the first online exhibit of the two countries on August 29, Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines, and Agriculture (ICCIMA) published on its website. As reported, the traders and businessmen of the two sides will discuss […]

Australians Who Post Independent Media Content Online Could Face $11,000 Fines

Australians Who Post Independent Media Content Online Could Face $11,000 Fines Date: August 1, 2021Author: Nwo Report Source: Summit.news Australians who post information that goes against the mainstream narrative will be given fines of up to $11,000 under a newly proposed law designed to permanently ban independent media online.Under the proposal, which is being pushed by […]

Australians Who Post Anti-Lockdown Content Online Could Face $11,000 Fines

‘Psychic gym bro’ Chris Sky is being recognized for his stunningly accurate predictions, made early last year, during which he laid out the entire lockdown agenda, including how compulsory mask mandates would return even for vaccinated people. The clip shows Sky talking to an interviewer in the spring of 2020, mere weeks into the first […]

3 Online Payment Processing Challenges Your Business Should Know

Thanks to advancements in payment technology and online payments platforms, accepting credit card payments online has never been easier. Many of these popular online payments solutions allow business owners to seamlessly integrate and take advantage of the rise in online shopping. While accepting payments online is definitely an advantage for business owners, it does have […]

‘Bisexual’ Online ‘Neo-Nazi’ Who Called For ‘Extermination’ Of Jews Sentenced To 7 Years In Prison

A UK court has sentenced another young man who fantasized online about being ‘Neo-Nazi’ and “exterminating Jews” to a 7-year prison term — despite the fact that he harmed no one in the real world: Andrew Dymock, 24, from Bath, led the outlawed groups System Resistance Network (SRN) and Sonnenkrieg Division. He was convicted of […]

Stranded, still: Workers address online press conference

Mohammad Arif is a singer of bhajans, and usually in high demand at functions. With the lockdown, functions were cancelled and bhajan singers were no longer needed. “I’ve taken a big hit, I’m just home in Meerut now, there is nowhere to go and no money made for months,” he said, at an online press […]

UK to ban online racists from games after Euro 2020 uproar

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced plans to ban anyone guilty of online racist abuse from attending soccer matches after three members of England’s national team were targeted following its loss in the European Championship final. Johnson on Wednesday condemned the abuse leveled at three Black players after they failed to score penalties in […]

The WEF’s Partnership Against Cybercrime Wants to Eliminate Online Anonymity, Destroying Privacy

Ending Anonymity: Why The WEF’s Partnership Against Cybercrime Threatens The Future Of Privacy by Whitney WebbThe Last American Vagabond Excerpts: With many focusing on tomorrow’s Cyber Polygon exercise, less attention has been paid to the World Economic Forum’s real ambitions in cybersecurity – to create a global organization aimed at gutting even the possibility of […]

Nasha Niva: Belarus blocks leading opposition online news website and detains journalists

Belarusian authorities have blocked access to a leading online opposition media and detained several journalists. The website of Nasha Niva, a Belarusian-language media, was inaccessible on Thursday across Europe. The country’s information ministry confirmed that it had “decided to restrict access” to the website after the Prosecutor General’s office had accused it of posting unspecified […]

Orwellian: Canada Moves to Ban “Hate Speech” Online, Punishable by a $40,000 Fine

By Tyler O’Neil Last week, Canada’s Liberal Party headed by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau proposed new legislation to criminalize “hate speech” online, punishable by a $50,000 fine (roughly $40,000 U.S.D.), paid to the government. Government officials, including the attorney general and the minister of public safety, announced the new bill on Wednesday. “Canadians expect their […]

Covid-induced online education hurts poor families

Online classes have become the main mode of learning for millions of school students across India due to the Covid-19 pandemic, with its repeated lockdowns and social distancing measures. The shift however is proving to be extremely painful for families in small towns and rural areas for many reasons, especially high costs of purchasing equipment […]

Online Spiritual Class Benefits Nearly 2,000 During the Pandemic

While the global pandemic has brought life-altering experiences, from home-schooling to working from home to home socializing, many people fall prey to uncertainty and anxiety. So a group of people offers free online classes, sharing their method of getting through this distressing time. They have already attracted nearly 2,000 people. The online Falun Gong class […]

#BackOnStage: London theatres celebrate reopening with online campaign

London theatres have launched an online campaign to celebrate reopening their doors, since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Venues and companies across the UK’s capital have urged theatre-goers to use the hashtag #BackOnStage on social media, as part of the initiative. Launched by the non-profit Society of London Theatre (SOLT), people are being encouraged to share […]

Online-Theater Review of ‘A Picture of Autumn’: Do We Prefer Security or Something New?

The inevitability of change and how that’s perceived by different generations is the central theme of N.C. Hunter’s 1951 play “A Picture of Autumn.” The Mint Theatre Company is now streaming a live recording of their 2013 production of this work. The story takes place at Wilton Manor, a secluded English country estate. Home to […]

Brain Degeneration: Treatments, Strategies and Caregiver Support – FREE 7-Day Online Event

Print Friendly or Save as PDF Did you know that it takes 17 years, on average, for clinical breakthroughs to make their way into the conventional standard of care. With brain disorders, we often don’t have 17 years. Not for ourselves. Not for our loved ones. We can do better. If you or a friend/family member […]

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