Dear Big Tech and Government: Censoring Videos of Terror Attacks is Not the Answer

Dear Big Tech and Government: Censoring Videos of Terror Attacks is Not the Answer By Derrick Broze If governments and tech companies insist on censoring “offensive” content from the minds of the masses, it will lead to more censorship of free speech and a black market for banned material. Over the last week, the Internet and news landscape has been filled with stories dissecting the shooting at the Al Noor Mosque and the Linwood Islamic Centre in Christchurch, New Zealand. Fifty people were murdered as a result of the shooting. Authorities…

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SUDDEN Change Could Be The End Of UFO Research

SUDDEN Change Could Be The End Of UFO Research By secureteam10 Activist Post Editor’s Note: Again, just like with vaccines or whatever other “conspiracy” information you may or may not believe, your ability to even view and evaluate the information for yourself is being restricted by government and big tech in apparent collusion.  Which, ironically, would be a conspiracy. Here is yet another example from an extremely popular YouTube channel (more than 2 million subscribers) having their organic reach seemingly restricted.  Subscribe Alternative News & Independent Views

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NZ Threatens 10 Years In Prison For “Possessing” Mosque Shooting Video; Web Hosts Warned, “Dissenter” Banned

NZ Threatens 10 Years In Prison For “Possessing” Mosque Shooting Video; Web Hosts Warned, “Dissenter” Banned By Tyler Durden New Zealand authorities have reminded citizens that they face up to 10 years in prison for “knowingly” possessing a copy of the New Zealand mosque shooting video – and up to 14 years in prison for sharing it. Corporations (such as web hosts) face an additional $200,000 ($137,000 US) fine under the same law. Terrorist Brenton Tarrant used Facebook Live to broadcast the first 17 minutes of his attack on the…

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NBC Reports AGAIN About More Research Linking Social Media to Mental Health Disorders in Teens

NBC Reports AGAIN About More Research Linking Social Media to Mental Health Disorders in Teens By B.N. Frank The most heartbreaking part of this NBC segment may be at the end of the video when Savannah Sellers references a comment made by a 14 year old who wishes her parents would have taken her phone away when she was 11.  Then again – some of the adult broadcasters admitted they also had some of the same issues with social media as the teens. Activist Post and many others have reported…

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Reality Check: Questioning Vaccines is a Public Health Threat?

Reality Check: Questioning Vaccines is a Public Health Threat? By Ben Swann Not all vaccines are safe for all people, at all ages, in all quantities. Full stop! There is no question that scientifically and medically, that statement can be proven with ample evidence. In fact, U.S. taxpayers have compensated the families of vaccine injured children to the tune of $4 billion dollars in the past 30 years. Unfortunately, even a statement as common sense as that is treated by many online as dangerous. Now, tech companies like Facebook and…

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The Curators: Culling “Fake News” or Controlling the Narrative? — Sharyl Attkisson

The Curators: Culling “Fake News” or Controlling the Narrative? — Sharyl Attkisson By Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson We’ve entered a brave, new world in the information age. Where it can be tough to know what’s real. Now there are movements to help us sort through it all— to teach our kids media literacy, to “curate” our information and cull out “fake news.” Sounds like a good idea. After all, who doesn’t want their news straight up? But what if some of those efforts are actually attempts to control the…

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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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Uganda’s Social Media Tax is Leaving People Disconnected — And Failing to Meet Revenue Targets

Uganda’s Social Media Tax is Leaving People Disconnected — And Failing to Meet Revenue Targets By James Propa The number of people using the Internet in Uganda has dropped by more than 12 percentage points since July 2018, when the country’s so-called “social media tax” was put into force. Prior to the tax’s implementation, 47.4 percent of people in Uganda were using the Internet. Three months after the tax was put in place, that number had fallen to 35 percent. The tax resulted from an Excise Duty Bill passed in…

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Another State Wants EVERY Gun Owner to Hand Over Their Social Media Accounts and Internet Search History

Another State Wants EVERY Gun Owner to Hand Over Their Social Media Accounts and Internet Search History By Dagny Taggart Unconstitutional gun law ideas seem to spread from one state to another like some kind of insidious virus. Late last year, an Orwellian gun bill was presented in New York state. If signed into law, anyone who wants to buy a gun would have to turn over three years of their social media history and one year of their Internet search history. “A three-year review of a social media profile…

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Here’s How You Can Be Profiled Even If You’ve Never Used Social Media

Here’s How You Can Be Profiled Even If You’ve Never Used Social Media By Dagny Taggart The days of having a fully (or even mostly) private life are long gone, it seems, and social media is largely to blame. Even if you have deactivated all of your social media accounts – or never had any in the first place – your privacy is not guaranteed. That’s because your privacy on social media is not controlled by you, but by the people around you, according to an alarming new study that,…

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