New Law Will Send “Online Bullies” To Jail – Censorship is Here

IMG_0371.JPGOnline bullying and harassment is a problem, but the new law passed in Utah could send online bullies and ‘others’ to jail for voicing their opinions online. Law enforcement, school officials, and support groups are behind the new legislature introduced by Utah lawmakers, in fact, it won a unanimous vote. However, some lawyers and a libertarian-leaning group are concerned over the language in the law, stating that it is unconstitutional and could lead to innocent people being charged with crimes. Similar laws have been deemed unconstitutional in New York and North Carolina…….Read More

Venezuela increases internet censorship and surveillance in  crisis

Too Far? L.A. Times Publishes Op-Ed About Putting a ‘Binding Curse’ on President Trump

IMG_0368Diane Wagman is an author who frequently writes op-eds for The Los Angeles Times newspaper. In her latest, however, she brags about doing something particularly vile against President Donald Trump. The column’s title: “I Put a Spell on You, Mr. President.” Wagman says she’s not a Wiccan or a devil worshipper. She just simply believes in the power of positive thinking. And, she positively loathes the thought of our nation’s president and the people he has working for him in the administration…….Read More

Think Before You Tweet In the Wake of an Attack

img_0355.jpgMonday night, a suicide bomber took the lives of at least 22 people—including an 8-year-old girl—at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England. Almost instantly, images and video of the devastating attack overtook Twitter timelines and Facebook News Feeds. As natural and understandable a response to horrific events as that might be, it also threatens to amplify the chaos that terrorists intend. Terrorists have always sought attention, and the age of social media has enabled them to find it with unprecedented breadth. They use social networks to recruit, to inspire, and to connect, but they also rely on social media bystanders—everyday, regular people…….Read More

LOL: MAINSTREAM MEDIA MELTS DOWN OVER INFOWARS WHITE HOUSE CREDENTIALS

IMG_0350The mainstream media is melting down after Infowars received White House press credentials, underscoring how the establishment wants to monopolize the news coming from the White House to undermine President Trump. Infowars posted a short article on Monday morning showing DC correspondent Jerome Corsi inside the White House press area, which triggered thousands of mainstream media articles and tweets by establishment journalists outraged that they can no longer distort news to make President Trump look bad…….Read More

MSM Attempts To Kill ‘Murdered DNC Staffer Story,’ And Instead Blows Up The Internet

IMG_0335.JPGBrief Summary Of Background: DNC Data analyst, who it appears was a Bernie Sanders supporter, discovers the DNC rigged the primaries against Sanders in favor of Hillary Clinton, via internal emails exposed by Wikileaks. DNC staffer sends thousands of emails to Wikileaks. DNC staffer is murdered amidst the Wikileaks publications. Wikileaks offers 20k reward for information on DNC staffer’s murder. Julian Assange of Wikileaks speaks about the risks to leakers, then brings up DNC staffers murder on the same day of reward offer. Caught up? Good, because this story just went mainstream because the Fake News (Washington Post) decided to try to kill the story and it backfired in a big, big way…. or as President Trump is often misquoted as saying … BIGLY!!!……Read More

Facebook Adds Another New Censorship Tool To Stop “Conspiracies” And “Misinformation”


In the video, Vin Armani gives an update about YouTube and Facebook’s latest attempt to censor content on their platforms. He discusses a brand new Facebook tool to further censor conspiracy theories, and misleading and sensational content. Well, that’s subjective…….Read More

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FACEBOOK REMOVES ACCOUNTS IN FIGHT AGAINST FAKE NEWS

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Facebook says it has deleted tens of thousands of accounts in Britain ahead of the June 8 general election in a drive to battle fake news. The tech giant also took out newspaper advertisements in Britain’s media offering advice on how to spot such stories. The ads suggest that readers should be “skeptical of headlines,” and to “look closely at the URL.” The company says it has made improvements to help them detect fake news accounts more effectively.Simon Milner, the tech firm’s U.K. director of policy, says the platform wants to get to the “root of the problem” and is working with outside organizations to fact check and analyze content around the election………Read More