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Net Neutrality to die on the 14th of December in United States

On the 26th of April 2017, Ajit Pai, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, announced plans to repeal the rules of net neutrality. Net neutrality prevents corporations from placing any restrictions on web services regardless of content, source or favouring or blocking any others based on a particular agenda. 254 more words

Business

Never Again Will The Establishment Allow A Free Thinking Honest Person To Be Elected To Public Office!

Voting no longer means anything when you have no choice!  The stealing of the Judge Roy Moore election in Alabama is the example.  When the ballots can be destroyed, “Once a winner is declared” is totally corrupt if there’s been voting irregularities (read corruption and rigging). 28 more words

The Other in the Academy

“The theory that a political debate can only be won by silence should sound strange in the mouths of people who toil in the realm of ideas.

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Quotes

Twitter strict new enforcement rules - Dec 18.17

Esoteric Exposal‏ @EsotericExposal h18 hours ago

Received this in an email from Gab, another social media platform similar to Twitter. Twitter continues to become more draconian and riddled with censorship. 61 more words

Inner Technology

Portman Group Prohibitionists

Newport brewery Tiny Rebel must change beer can design

Disclaimer: I have no affiliation with Tiny Rebel brewery at all, in fact apart from the brewery the only other thing that previously made me aware of Newport, Wales with the TV show  209 more words

Censorship

Five Key Questions About Saudi Arabia’s Decision to Reintroduce Movie Theaters

Saudi Arabia’s removal of its 35-year-old ban on cinemas is prompting theater chains including AMC, Vue International, and Dubai-based VOX Cinemas to announce moves to enter the last untapped movie market in the Middle East. 637 more words

News

Commentary: China Is Right: The World Doesn’t Need Silicon Valley

Ever since the Chinese government banned Facebook in 2009, Mark Zuckerberg has been making annual trips there attempting to persuade its leaders to let his company back in. 781 more words

Commentary