Originally posted 2019-07-04 13:00:48. Last week, we had a former lover and roommate of Mark Greenberg (commonly known today asRead more
Editor’s note: You can always tell what a technology company (or any company for that matter) is capable of doingRead more
Last night [4-Jan], Australian cartoonist Ben Ward, the man behind the popular Twitter account @PixelatedBoat, tweeted a screenshot that appeared to be a passage from Michael Wolff’s salacious new book “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.”
According to the passage, White House staff compiled a bunch of gorilla footage into a makeshift channel to satisfy Trump’s belief that his TV should show a 24-hour “gorilla channel.”Read more
In Germany, social media sites can now be fined if they do not immediately delete “hate speech” or “fake news” from their platforms.
According to HuffPo, “Germany’s controversial Network Enforcement Act, also known as the NetzDG law, took effect Jan. 1.
The law requires any internet platform with more than 2 million users to implement a system for reporting and scrubbing potentially illicit content, including ‘threats of violence and slander.'”Read more
If the Iranian regime is unable to brutally stomp out the countrywide protests raging through the country, and if the protesters achieve their goal of bringing down the regime, they will go down in history as the saviors of millions of people not just in Iran but throughout the world.
Given the earth shattering potential of the protests it is extraordinary to see the liberal media in the US and Europe struggle to downplay their significance.
Aside from a lukewarm statement on Twitter from British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson, as of Monday morning – five days into the protests – no senior European official had spoken in favor of the hundreds of thousands of Iranians marching throughout their country demanding freedom.Read more
The government of Iran has shut down internet and phone lines as protests enter their 4Ith day, and two protesters have been killed as forces crack down on civil unrest.
On Sunday, the Iranian government announced that protesters would “pay the price” for their unrest, and that those who defy government officials “must be responsible for their behavior.”
They also appeared to crack down on an internet messaging app that has been fueling protests, slowing down internet access in cities where anti-government sentiment is high.Read more
Originally posted 2017-12-12 04:19:55. There are more than a few concerns regarding the corruption of social media by the mainstreamRead more
Posted by By Isobel Frodsham and Gareth Davies on November 5, 2017 (updated November 6, 2017) Daily MailOnline U.K. Could London’s Savoy become Saudi Arabian governmentRead more
In a post title ‘2016 Year in Review: The Worst Year for Your Privacy, ever‘, a review of the topRead more