Tag: censorship-2

General view of atmosphere at Anti-Defamation League Entertainment Industry Dinner at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on May 24, 2017. PayPal announced a partnership with the ADL the same day as a Big Tech consortium of 17 of the largest companies in Silicon Valley announced plans with the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism to expand a shared database of content to target “white supremacist violence.”
Big Tech Consortium and PayPal Telegraph Plans to Crack Down on ‘White Supremacy’
A self-proclaimed counter terrorism organization with a membership comprised of the world’s biggest tech oligarchs has announced plans to expand content sharing among its ranks in a bid to crack down on “white supremacy” and...
Singers perform at a karaoke lounge in Hong Kong on February 11, 2011. The Chinese Communist Party wants to ensure social stability by centrally overseeing what songs can be sung in the country’s karaoke bars.
China Moves to Ensure Only ‘Healthy’ Songs Played at Karaoke Bars
The Chinese Communist Party is tightening its grip on all aspects of daily life, social interaction, entertainment, and traditional culture. For example, the Chinese Ministry of Culture recently announced plans to increase control over a...
Former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a press conference announcing a trio of class action lawsuits against Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter at the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster on July 7, 2021 in New Jersey. Trump said freedom of speech was installed in America’s Constitution by the founding fathers as a method for “the prevention of horror.”
‘If They Can Do It to Me, They Can Do It to Anyone’: Trump Announces Suits Against Big Tech for Censorship
Former U.S. President Donald Trump unveiled a trio of class action lawsuits against Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and their CEOs over their censorship of online speech on June 7.  At a press conference from the Trump...
Facebook censored the hashtag #revolution on July 4th, citing violations of Community Standards.
Facebook Blocks #Revolution Hashtag on American Independence Day
Back in 1776, 13 American colonies declared that they were no longer subject to the rule of the British monarch. Freedom was gained through the sacrifices of tens of thousands of men and women who...
British Columbia Minister of Health Adrian Dix and Bonnie Henry, Provincial Health Officer, speak to the media about SARS-CoV-2 in Vancouver, British Columbia, on January 31, 2020. Whistleblower doctor, Charles Hoffe, was disciplined by a Canadian health authority after speaking out about neurological disorders in First Nations patients who received the Moderna COVID-19 mRNA injection in his village of Lytton, BC.
Whistleblower Doctor Cancelled by Canadian Health Authority After Going Public Over Vaccine Neurological Reactions
A Canadian doctor who blew the whistle on severe neurological adverse reactions suffered by patients in his small First Nations community in British Columbia after accepting the Moderna COVID-19 mRNA injection has been disciplined by...
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...
A quote is on display while Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) speaks at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on April 10, 2019 in Washington, D.C. Twitter banned a Spanish Member of Parliament after he pointed out to a transgender person who just had a baby that men cannot have children because they lack ovum and ovaries.
Twitter Suspends Spanish Politician for Pointing Out Impossibility of Male Pregnancy
Big Tech member Twitter recently suspended the account of a Spanish Member of Parliament after he pointed out the biological fallacy of male pregnancy. MP Jose Contreras was suspended from the platform for 12 hours...
A damaged part of the BKC Jumbo Covid-19 coronavirus vaccination centre is pictured after a portion of the entrance hallway was blown away by the strong winds from cyclonic storm Tauktae in Mumbai on May 17, 2021. Actor Vivek took the Covaxin inactivated virus injection to condition the public for vaccine acceptance. He was taken to hospital unconscious the next morning and died a day later.
Bollywood Star Dies of Heart Attack After Televised Vaccination; Officials Threaten Public for ‘Spreading Rumors’
A well known Bollywood star has passed away only two days after taking India’s coronavirus vaccine during a public relations stunt to promote vaccine acceptance. Officials vehemently deny the vaccine played a part in his...
Big Tech Censorship Rages on, Remains Unchallenged
Big Tech companies like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube remain unchallenged in their censoring of voices — ranging from private citizens to a sitting U.S. president.  Freedom of expression, no matter its content, is considered one...
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) speaks during a hearing of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology, and the Law, at the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C., on April 27, 2021. Hawley believes Big Tech has formed a total monopoly and needs to be curtailed after Facebook’s independent Oversight Board upheld the decision to ban Donald Trump.
Hawley Says: ‘This is What Happens’ When Tech Forms Monopoly After Facebook Board Upholds Trump Ban
The Facebook Oversight Board has upheld the decision to ban former President Donald Trump after the Jan. 6 Capitol riots. However, Trump may soon have his account back after the Board ruled it was inappropriate...
Peter Spears, Frances McDormand, Chloe Zhao, Mollye Asher, and Dan Janvey, winners of Best Picture for Nomadland, pose in the press room at the Oscars on Sunday, April 25, 2021, at Union Station in Los Angeles. Zhao's win has been censored in her home country, ruled by the Chinese Communist Party, because of comments she made in 2013 where she stated China is "a place where there are lies everywhere."
Oscar-Winning Nomadland Director’s Family Suffers Political Pressure in China
American drama film Nomadland won the Oscar for best picture on April 25. Chloe Zhao, who wrote, edited, and co-produced the film, made history as the first Asian woman to win the coveted Best Director...
India’s government ordered Twitter to remove tweets critical of the administration's pandemic response.
Twitter Complies with New Delhi COVID-19 Censorship Demands on ‘Misinformation’
Twitter recently complied with a request by India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY) to remove Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) posts that created “panic” by spreading what MEITY said was misleading or fake information....