USA Today asks to ID rioters in Capitol invasion. Readers question why summer unrest was treated differently

USA Today newspaper has published 29 photos from the Capitol building takeover and asked readers to ID Trump supporters shown in them, leaving a few people puzzled and getting a sharp response from many others. The paper said knowing the identities of those who stormed the US legislature on Wednesday will help them “report this important … Continue reading USA Today asks to ID rioters in Capitol invasion. Readers question why summer unrest was treated differently

Google removes Parler app from store, Apple hands it 24-hour notice

Big Tech giants demand content moderation from microblogging app favored by conservatives. Google announced Friday that it removed the Parler microblogging app -- a rival to Twitter favored by conservative users and figureheads. The Big Tech giant cited the recent unrest in Washington DC and Parler's lack of moderation in discussions on the matter, telling the AFP its Google … Continue reading Google removes Parler app from store, Apple hands it 24-hour notice

Americans Prepare To Revolt Against Election Fraud And Completely Corrupted Democrats While Progressives Work To Transform Entire Country Into A Decrepit Hell Hole

My how things have changed in our elections. In 2016 the progressive socialist Democrats shrieked voting fraud, blaming the Russians for helping President Trump win. These self-same leftists show a total lack of concern about the massive voter fraud being forced on the American people in the current election. They ignore the massive fraud and … Continue reading Americans Prepare To Revolt Against Election Fraud And Completely Corrupted Democrats While Progressives Work To Transform Entire Country Into A Decrepit Hell Hole

Facebook and Twitter stocks plunge as advertisers leave

Shares of social media giants Facebook and Twitter took a nosedive over the weekend after major advertisers pulled out of both platforms. Last Friday, household goods giant Unilever announced that it was pulling its ads from both Facebook and Twitter, resulting in shares of both falling by 7 percent by midday. This was followed by Coca-Cola, Starbucks and Diageo … Continue reading Facebook and Twitter stocks plunge as advertisers leave

Weaponized Demons of Social Media

It is time my fellow Christians.  The words of Jesus concerning persecution will soon be coming to pass here in America.  The seeds of this persecution were introduced in 2005 at the UN level and began to sprout in the United States on Halloween 2005.  This war is primarily an invisible war but manifests in … Continue reading Weaponized Demons of Social Media

Astonishing California Bill Would Shut Down Free Speech, Require Fact-Checkers

California used to be trumpeted as the cutting edge of American culture. It still is, except the culture is now all about censoring free speech. California Senator Richard Pan has stepped up to the plate and introduced a bill that would clamp down on criticism of ANY Official Story.....More  

“Want to Freak Yourself Out?” How Facebook and Google Are Spying on You – AND IT WILL BLOW YOUR MIND

Facebook and Google have come under heavy criticism recently after privacy concerns were raised over the way they store and sell user data to advertisers. Christopher Wylie, a Cambridge Analytica whistleblower told a committee of British MP’s Tuesday Facebook has the ability to spy on you in your own home or place of work. Facebook denies they … Continue reading “Want to Freak Yourself Out?” How Facebook and Google Are Spying on You – AND IT WILL BLOW YOUR MIND

Facebook Wants to Determine Users’ Emotions by Taking Secret Photos

Facebook has filed a patent for a system that would allow them to tailor user experience by analyzing users’ emotions. Using the front facing camera on a person’s laptop or smartphone, the platform would take temporary photos of the user to determine their emotional reaction to stories they see on on the social media site and adjust the content accordingly. The social media platform … Continue reading Facebook Wants to Determine Users’ Emotions by Taking Secret Photos

Instagram down: Facebook-owned app suffers worldwide outages

Facebook-owned Instagram was hit with worldwide outages Tuesday, with social media users reporting that they were unable to access the photo-sharing app. Access to the photo sharing service has since been restored. Users from across the globe, including many parts of Europe and the US, reported outages on Downdetector.com, which provides a real-time overview of outages … Continue reading Instagram down: Facebook-owned app suffers worldwide outages

Is your money safe? Bank hack could affect MILLIONS of customers around the world by intercepting two-step login verification codes

It was designed as a security measure to increase protection of internet users across the globe. But hackers have used a well-known security vulnerability in worldwide mobile telecoms networks to steal access codes to online bank accounts. The exploit could be used against any bank that uses two-step login verification, as well as high-profile websites like Facebook, … Continue reading Is your money safe? Bank hack could affect MILLIONS of customers around the world by intercepting two-step login verification codes