In the last three months, tech giants have censored political speech and journalism to manipulate U.S. politics, while liberals, with virtual unanimity, have cheered.… Read More How Silicon Valley, in a Show of Monopolistic Force, Destroyed A Rising Competitor in Just Three Days
The antitrust bonanza against Google and Facebook… Read More American Monopolies and Elite Lawlessness
The U.S. Government asks to break up Facebook… Read More The End of the Facebook Crime Spree
If the EU is successful, users will no longer enjoy protection from the prying eyes of government and criminals on popular messaging apps like WhatsApp and Signal… Read More In Fresh Blow to Online Privacy, EU Seizes on Vienna Attack to Enact Long-Desired Ban on Encryption
The principles of American Newspeak, vol. 1.… Read More 10 Ways to Call Something Russian Disinformation Without Evidence
The way the power of the social media “gatekeepers” is used is insidious, since it it quite deliberately disguised.
… Read More People Need to Reclaim the Internet
Secret powers and the presidency… Read More The Enemies Briefcase
Just weeks before the election, the tech giants unite to block access to incriminating reporting about their preferred candidate… Read More Facebook and Twitter Cross a Line Far More Dangerous Than What They Censor
there is much more at stake than simply Assange’s rights being trampled on… Read More George Monbiot’s Excuses for Not Speaking Out Loudly in Defence of Assange Simply Won’t Wash
The media’s indifference to Assange’s trial hints at the fact that it is actually doing very little of the sort of journalism that threatens corporate and state interests and that challenges real power… Read More The US Is Using the Guardian to Justify Jailing Assange for Life. Why Is the Paper So Silent?
We laughed at the Republican busybody who couldn’t joke, declared war on dirty paintings, and peered through your bedroom window. Now that person has switched sides, and nobody’s laughing… Read More The Left Is Now the Right
The Dutch Parliament has landed in an untenable legislative cul-de-sac with its version of the Copyright Directive.… Read More Dutch Law Proposes a Wholesale Jettisoning of Human Rights Considerations in Copyright Enforcement