Are you worried that your friends have an unhealthy obsession with taking too many selfies every day?
Big Tech’s slow drift into full blown censorship has prompted scrutiny nationwide. Across Silicon Valley, thought suppression and censure have quickly become the norm — and now, experts are weighing in on the situation.
Is society getting dumber by the day?
Today was a dark day for the Internet.
On Monday, Natural News founder/editor Mike Adams, in conjunction with Infowars, released a new report that outlines in stunning detail how the tech media giants — think Facebook, Google, YouTube, and Twitter especially — are working in tandem to deny tens of millions of Americans access to news and information the social media corporations find politically objectionable.
Censorship is very much in the news, with the latest example being the effort by the progressive movement to silence pro-Trump Fox News host Laura Ingraham after a petty social media dustup with a Parkland high school student who champions gun control.
Violet Blue, September 18, 2012
Concerned Wikipedians raised the alarm Monday that two trusted men
Patrick Marshall, Aug 20, 2015
In Tokyo, Seoul, and Hong Kong, residents get bidirectional, gigabit Internet for less than U.S. $40 a month.
Vinton G. Cerf, 10/12/15
The Internet is seemingly everywhere, thanks to smartphones, high-speed radio and fiber networks, social network applications, and the Web.
Investigative journalist Glenn Greenwald, working with former NSA contractor-turned-whistleblower Edward Snowden, has uncovered bombshell after bombshell regarding the manner in which U.S. and Western intelligence services conduct business.