Facebook Censorship Hits MORE Political Channels, 600K Followers GONE

Facebook Censorship Hits MORE Political Channels, 600K Followers GONE By Tim Pool Facebook has been on a banning binge of independent media. Journalists Tim Pool of Subverse and Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change meet in person to discuss Facebook censorship and how anti-establishment voices are being silenced. Subscribe to Tim Pool on YouTube, follow him on Twitter, and support his work here. Subscribe to Luke Rudkowski on YouTube, follow him on Twitter, and support his work here. Subscribe to Activist Post for independent news for truth, peace, and freedom.…

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Freedom Of Speech Is About More Than The First Amendment

Freedom Of Speech Is About More Than The First Amendment Op-Ed by Gary Chartier Facebook’s recent bans on controversial figures including Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan and Infowars host Alex Jones have evoked strikingly varied responses in different corners of the libertarian world. “Thin,” or “brutalist,” libertarians often seem to think that nothing really matters very much apart from the unjust use of force. They vigorously protest criticisms of private actors’ nonviolent choices, along with any attempt to involve the state in remedying perceived (nonviolent) private wrongs. However, ironically,…

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2009: NSA Building “HAL” A.I. System, Facebook Now Developing Brain-Machine Interface

2009: NSA Building “HAL” A.I. System, Facebook Now Developing Brain-Machine Interface By Daniel Taylor Think of 2001: A Space Odyssey and the most memorable character, HAL 9000, having a conversation with David. We are essentially building this system. We are building HAL.” – NSA researcher In a little-noticed bombshell report by James Bamford in 2009, it was revealed that the NSA’s massive database of information, including social media, was being used to create an artificial intelligence system that would “…one day be possible to know not just where people are…

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Loon-atic Fringe: Health and Safety Warnings About Google’s “Project Loon” Blasting WiFi From 12-18 Miles Above Date Back to 2015. The FCC Approved It Anyway.

Loon-atic Fringe: Health and Safety Warnings About Google’s “Project Loon” Blasting WiFi From 12-18 Miles Above Date Back to 2015. The FCC Approved It Anyway. By B.N. Frank Activist Post has reported before about satellites and pseudo-satellites being sent into the sky and space to blast WiFi and 5G from at us despite warnings from experts about this being biologically and environmental harmful AND there being too much space junk up there already. In December 2015, Netcompetition.org published a very detailed article about Google’s “Project Loon” being used to blast…

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Facebook’s Ireland War Room Prepared to Block “Misinformation” in EU Election

Facebook’s Ireland War Room Prepared to Block “Misinformation” in EU Election By Daniel Taylor Facebook has shown itself to be nothing more than a tool of globalism. Operating from Dublin, Ireland Facebook is set to counter “…actors that want to manipulate public debate” in the upcoming EU elections. The New York Times reports, Modeled after the “war room” that the Silicon Valley company created before last year’s midterm elections in the United States, the people inside are tasked with washing Facebook of misinformation, fake accounts and foreign meddling that could…

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CNBC Complains Facebook Playing Whack-a-Mole with Infowars, Advancing Tech Could Re-define Fake News

CNBC Complains Facebook Playing Whack-a-Mole with Infowars, Advancing Tech Could Re-define Fake News By Daniel Taylor While anti-establishment voices are silenced, technological advancements are being made that will bring “fake news” to a whole new level. Who will remain to challenge it? CNBC lamented shortly after Facebook announced its ban of Infowars that Facebook cannot completely clamp down on accounts, essentially playing “whack-a-mole.” CNBC reported: It’s yet another sign that while huge companies such as Facebook and YouTube have to fight to keep content under control, it’s tough for both…

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Facebook to Ban Users Who Share Infowars Content Unless It Is “Explicitly Condemning” It

Facebook to Ban Users Who Share Infowars Content Unless It Is “Explicitly Condemning” It By Matt Agorist In one of the most disturbing moves by Facebook we’ve ever seen, the platform banned Alex Jones and other controversial U.S. political personalities for violating the social media company’s policies on “dangerous individuals and organizations.” Most of the individuals who’ve been unilaterally wiped off the face of the largest social media space in the world are far right activists like Milo Yiannopoulos, Laura Loomer and Paul Joseph Watson. However, in a seeming move…

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Who Checks the Fact-checkers? Facebook Leaves Verification to Groups Funded by Soros, US Congress

Who Checks the Fact-checkers? Facebook Leaves Verification to Groups Funded by Soros, US Congress By RT In its crusade against ‘fake news’, Facebook has vowed to fight for impartiality. However, when it comes to fact-checking, it seems to rely on sources which have links to the US government and renowned political meddlers. For more than two years, the social media giant has been seeking to convince the public that it does its best to take a stand against malicious disinformation spread through its network and presented a whole bunch of…

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US Police Refuse to Stop Creating Fake Profiles on Facebook

US Police Refuse to Stop Creating Fake Profiles on Facebook By Derrick Broze Local, state, and federal law enforcement are refusing to comply with Facebook’s policy against law enforcement creating fake social media accounts. A new report by The Guardian details how U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has violated Facebook policy by creating fake social media accounts connected to a fake university created to identify illegal immigrants. ICE agents created profiles of individuals alleged to have attended the fictional University of Farmington as part of their attempt to ensnare…

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Another Day, Another Facebook Scandal — Company Data Mined Email User Contacts From New Users

Another Day, Another Facebook Scandal — Company Data Mined Email User Contacts From New Users By Aaron Kesel Facebook has another scandal; this time it has been revealed that the company’s password verification feature for new users collected contact data from users’ email accounts without their consent. Business Insider revealed that Facebook had “harvested the email contacts of 1.5 million users without their knowledge or consent when they opened their accounts.” A security researcher e-sushi questioned why Facebook was asking for email passwords when new users signed up with the platform.…

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