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Academic Censored and Deplatformed by Facebook for Discussing Totalitarianism
Nicholas O’Shaughnessy, a visiting professor at two London University colleges, has been permanently banned from Facebook.  On June 26, O’Shaughnessy received an email from the social media platform with the message, “Your account has been...
Antitrust Lawsuit: Court Sides With Facebook Over FTC
A federal court in Washington D.C. has dismissed two antitrust cases filed against social media platform Facebook by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and a coalition of state attorneys general led by New York Democrat...
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Court Rules Against Facebook, Sex Trafficking Lawsuits Can Move Forward
Decision opens path to holding social media giant accountable On Friday, June 25, the Texas Supreme Court ruled that Facebook is not a “lawless no-man’s-land” and can be held liable for sex traffickers who utilize...
Cryptocurrency Markets Buckle After China Cracks Down Further on Bitcoin Mining, Crypto Trading
China’s central bank urged banks and payment firms on Monday to crack down further on cryptocurrency trading and mining in China, sending the cryptocurrency market into a tailspin and resulting in the loss of billions...
Facebook's vice president Nick Clegg holds a speech at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin on June 24, 2019. Minutes of a meeting between Clegg and European Commission Vice President Vera Jourova from November of 2020 show the Facebook executive admitting fact checkers employed by the giant have their own political agenda.
Facebook VP Concedes ‘Fact Checkers’ Have Own Agenda
According to minutes of a meeting between Facebook VP Nick Clegg and a European Commission executive, the Facebook executive acknowledged that the monolith’s censors and "fact checkers," may be biased and chasing their own political...
The logo of Russia's state-owned bank Sberbank (reading "Sber") is seen on one of its offices in central Moscow on April 12, 2021. Cyber Polygon 2021 will simulate a “Digital Pandemic” supply chain attack in a collaboration between the World Economic Forum, Interpol, ICANN, Visa, and others
‘Digital Pandemic’ Preparation: Supply Chain Attack Simulation To Be Conducted Between World Economic Forum and Russian State-Owned Bank
An upcoming cyberattack defense simulation being hosted by the globalist and Chinese Communist Party-aligned World Economic Forum (WEF) in connection with Russia’s government-controlled Sberbank and its subsidiary BI.ZONE, a cybersecurity firm, has some speculating the...
The Quantum Internet Is Emerging; What Is It and What Can We Expect?
In July 2020, the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) and then Under Secretary for Science, Paul Dabbar, announced America’s Blueprint for the Quantum Internet detailing how the US is tackling this emerging technology that promises...
On the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square incident, Microsoft Bing failed to show image results when users searched for “Tank Man.”
Microsoft Bing Accused of Censoring Anti-CCP Content on Tiananmen Anniversary, Planning Tool to Remove Online Anonymity
The Microsoft Bing search engine has been accused of censoring “Tank Man” pictures in its search results, one of the most iconic images from the Tiananmen Square Massacre. The alleged censorship coincides with reports that...
EU Commissioner of Competition Margrethe Vestager gave a joint press on Antitrust: Google online search advertising at the EU headquarters in Brussels on March 20, 2019, after Google was slapped with a fine over unfair competition. This month, Google was forced to change its marketing practices after French authorities called out foul play.
French Regulator Fines Google Nearly $270 Million for Unfair Advertising Practices
Google was fined 220 million Euros (268 million US dollars) on Monday, June 7 by France’s Competition Authority (Autorite de la concurrence) for unfair online advertising practices. The head of the administrative authority, Isabelle de...