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Facebook and Google Ready to Kill Alternative Media for the Government

By Jake Anderson The Anti-Media November 19, 2016   Facebook and Google Ready to Kill Alternative Media for the Government     This week three media goliaths — Facebook, Google, and Twitter, who collectively act as information gatekeepers for the Internet — announced they would begin implementing censorship practices against news sites they deem misleading. Websites […]

Facebook and Google Ready to Kill Alternative Media for the Government

Google’s Jigsaw To Be Used To Undermine Alternative Media?

By Kurt Nimmo Activist Post October 6, 2016   Google’s Jigsaw To Be Used To Undermine Alternative Media?   In this premier episode of The Geopolitical Report with Kurt Nimmo, we examine Google’s Jigsaw, an emerging technology that will be used on the internet to counter speech and ideas considered “extremist” by the global elite. […]

Google’s Jigsaw to Be Used to Undermine Alternative Media?

'Our upcoming series includes significant material on war, arms, oil, Google, the U.S. elections, and myself,' said Julian Assange on Tuesday

Marking 10 Years, WikiLeaks Says ‘October Surprises’ Coming…Soon

By Deirdre Fulton Common Dreams October 4, 2016   Marking 10 Years, WikiLeaks Says ‘October Surprises’ Coming…Soon ‘Our upcoming series includes significant material on war, arms, oil, Google, the U.S. elections, and myself,’ said Julian Assange on Tuesday     During a press conference in Berlin on Tuesday, the media organization WikiLeaks touted 10 years of […]


Clinton Campaigners Use Pokemon Go to Literally “Lure” Voters

By Tony Cartalucci New Eastern Outlook August 7, 2016     Some could have been excused for dismissing initial qualms surrounding the GPS-based augmented reality game, Pokemon Go. The game has swept the world, but its development is surrounded by disturbing connections between its developer Niantic, its former parent company Google, and the US State […]

Clinton Campaigners Use Pokemon Go to Literally “Lure” Voters

Afraid of Technology? Here's the One Rule to Follow

Afraid of Technology? Here’s the One Rule to Follow

By Cathy Reisenwitz Foundation for Economic Education July 28, 2016   Afraid of Technology? Here’s the One Rule to Follow   Remember last year when people freaked out about Facebook’s image recognition capabilities? Well hold onto your shoes, luddites, because now Facebook’s got drones. Yep, but the company isn’t dropping bombs or mixtapes. Facebook is […]


Microwave Technology: The “GIFT” That Keeps Sharing – Your Information, That Is!

By Catherine Frompovich Activist Post July 8, 2016     If everyone, who is so enthralled with technology, would wake up to what really is going on in cyberspace utilizing computer networks to surveil and undermine your personal space and rights, especially what’s going on with Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating platform, we could take back […]

Microwave Technology: The “GIFT” That Keeps Sharing – Your Information, That Is!

Google Fiber Might Take Broadband Battle To AT&T’s Home Turf

Google Fiber Might Take Broadband Battle To AT&T’s Home Turf

By Chris Morran Consumerist June 15, 2016   Google Fiber Might Take Broadband Battle To AT&T’s Home Turf     While Google Fiber is going up against AT&T in a number of markets — including Kansas City, Austin, and Atlanta — it has yet to venture into the Death Star’s home turf of Dallas. However, […]


WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange claims Google involved in Hillary Clinton campaign

By Against Crony Capitalism June 8, 2016   WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange claims Google involved in Hillary Clinton campaign   Assange isn’t the only person reporting on this. We noted a few months ago that Erik Schmidt, the Chairman of Google actually founded a COMPANY whose sole goal is to get Hillary Clinton elected president. Below […]

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange claims Google involved in Hillary Clinton campaign

YouTube Threatens Legal Action Against Service That Lets You Download Videos

YouTube Threatens Legal Action Against Service That Lets You Download Videos

By Chris Morran Consumerist May 31, 2016   YouTube Threatens Legal Action Against Service That Lets You Download Videos     Most of us are perfectly happy with going to YouTube and streaming that clip of Pookie being exhorted — in language that is not safe for work — to lay waste to his place […]


The Lingering Danger of Google & Facebook

By Ulson Gunnar New Eastern Outlook April 30, 2016   The Lingering Danger of Google & Facebook     During the 2011 Arab Spring, it was clear to those who bothered to look, that the US State Department and the various arms of soft power attached to it were directly responsible for what was otherwise […]

Hillary Tried to Shutdown U.S. Phosphate Producer After Getting $28M From Morocco

4 Things You Need To Know About New Bill Requiring Weak Encryption On Devices

4 Things You Need To Know About New Bill Requiring Weak Encryption On Devices

By Chris Morran Consumerist April 14, 2016   4 Things You Need To Know About New Bill Requiring Weak Encryption On Devices     A week after it was first reported that Senators Dianne Feinstein (CA) and Richard Burr (NC) were prepping a bipartisan bill that would compel tech companies to build their devices and […]


Taxpayers Are Footing Bill for Solar Project That Doesn’t Work

By David Kreutzer The Daily Signal March 30, 2016   Taxpayers Are Footing Bill for Solar Project That Doesn’t Work     As every 10-year-old who ever got a sweater for a birthday present has been told, “it’s the thought that counts.” That seems to be the guiding principle at the Department of Energy and […]

Taxpayers Are Footing Bill for Solar Project That Doesn’t Work

Tech Giants Drop CISA Support as Controversial Spy Bill Heads for Vote

By Nadia Prupis Common Dreams October 22, 2015   Tech Giants Drop CISA Support as Controversial Spy Bill Heads for Vote Following grassroots campaigns, Google, Apple, and other companies come out against government surveillance legislation   Apple and Microsoft are “Team Internet.” Verizon and AT&T are “Team NSA.” (Photo: nikauforestT/iStockphoto)   Following a number of […]

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