"Censorship is the suppression of free speech, public communication or other information which may be considered objectionable, harmful, sensitive, politically incorrect or inconvenient as determined by governments, media outlets, authorities or other groups or institutions." -- Wikipedia
Social Issues | April 14, 2017 | StackIcon
The establishment's control of the narrative is slipping away and they know that the citizens are smarter than they give them credit for. They know they can no longer compete on a level playing field -- their lies and disinformation aren't working. So, they have to introduce these dirty, Orwellian tactics... the thing is though, everyone is aware of the censorship.
Social Issues | October 2, 2016 | StackIcon
Join Minds.com, the free speech-based social network that has emerged from the Orwellian levels of censorship emerging from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Google. Find out why it is important to understand the code that empowers corporations, and why you should be a part of the open source solution.
Social Issues | January 13, 2017 | StackIcon
Ten years ago, everybody was on MySpace. Ten years from now, the Twitters and Facebooks and YouTubes of today will be dinosaurs, abandoned by users sick of censorship and centralized control. Thankfully, the alternatives to these social media dinosaurs are already here, and they're blockchain-based, torrent friendly, decentralized and censorship resistant.
Social Issues | January 12, 2017 | StackIcon
Michael Dean joins James Corbett today to discuss the .bit top level domain (TLD) and how it provides a censorship-resistant alternative to the easily censorable .com, .net, and other government-administered top level domains. We talk about what .bit is, how it’s managed through the decentralized Namecoin blockchain, and how the average person can use tools like Meowbit to start surfing the .bit universe.
Social Issues | March 24, 2017 | Rabid Ranter
Everyone is shouting about online censorship, yet no one is offering a solution. What are we to do when all avenues of public speaking (online) are blocked or censored? Especially on social platforms like YouTube, Facebook, Google, and Twitter. So, what are we to do? Go outside on the street corner and start shouting at people who pass by? That's where we're heading.
Social Issues | March 23, 2017 | StackIcon
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reports Google now censors to keep ads away from controversial content that is "not" advertiser friendly. In January, WSJ reported that both Google and Facebook are "Stepping Up Efforts To Stop ‘Fake News’." Do you see a pattern? Looks like Google, Facebook and Twitter have appointed themselves to be the "Internet Censorship Czars."
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