The Consensus Crisis: Conspiracy Theories, The Mandela Effect, Social Media Censorship, and Bitcoin

The Consensus Crisis: Conspiracy Theories, The Mandela Effect, Social Media Censorship, and Bitcoin By Vin Armani How are the social media backlash against “conspiracy theories,” The Mandela Effect, and Bitcoin all connected? Over the last twenty years, individuals have become ever more interconnected, particularly through social media. The change in the speed with which we are able to find (and break) consensus has outstripped the consensus mechanisms that evolved along with our species.   The result is our current state, The Consensus Crisis.  Subscribe Text cryptocurrency to your friends…

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CENSORSHIP Wins This Round As YouTube Now Deems Conspiracy Videos “BORDERLINE CONTENT”

CENSORSHIP Wins This Round As YouTube Now Deems Conspiracy Videos “BORDERLINE CONTENT” By Press For Truth YouTube has gone to the next level of taking the role of gatekeeper over all information. Dan Dicks covers the latest attack on any narrative that challenges what YouTube et al. deems acceptable.  DONATE ➜ https://www.paypal.me/PressforTruth SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MEDIA ➜ https://pressfortruth.ca/donate PATREON ➜ https://www.patreon.com/PressForTruth SUBSCRIBESTAR ➜ https://www.subscribestar.com/pressfo… BITBACKER➜ https://bitbacker.io/user/pressfortruth/ NEW: Subscribe to our newsletter: http://eepurl.com/c6Kx35 Also Read Activist Post’s article on this topic: 1984: YouTube Will Demote Conspiracy Videos In Its Recommendation Algorithm…

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1984: YouTube Will Demote Conspiracy Videos In Its Recommendation Algorithm — A Scary Prospect For Freedom Of Thought

1984: YouTube Will Demote Conspiracy Videos In Its Recommendation Algorithm — A Scary Prospect For Freedom Of Thought By Aaron Kesel YouTube said Friday it will stop recommending conspiracy videos such as those claiming the Earth is flat, or promoting alternative theories about the September 11, 2001 attacks. We’ll continue that work this year, including taking a closer look at how we can reduce the spread of content that comes close to—but doesn’t quite cross the line of—violating our Community Guidelines. To that end, we’ll begin reducing recommendations of borderline content…

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Who Believes in Conspiracy Theories?

Who Believes in Conspiracy Theories? By Alexandra Bruce The largest-ever study of conspiracy theories was recently conducted by Cambridge University in conjunction with YouGov, a market research and data analytics firm in the UK. What the data say to me is that currently, people who are technically more “conservative” in the sense of being more conformist and unquestioning of authority are those who agree with the politics of the “Left”, while those who are more independent-minded and anti-Establishment poll to the “Right”, which some may find surprising. Joe Martino from…

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