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Hillary Drugged Up on Campaign Trail?

Unnerving Questions on Exiled Candidate’s Health 

No Press Conference in 250 Days!

‘Barry Soetoro’

Why have corporate media suppressed medical observations on Hillary Clinton’s apparent maladies? 86 more words


Twitter's Naughty Corner - Why Twitter’s Quality Filter is a Really Bad Idea

Twitter has released a new feature called the “quality filter” in apparent attempts to stop harassment on their network.

This feature filters out “lower-quality content” for the user and does this by using a “variety of signals” such as “account origin and behaviour” – I have seen no specific information to what Twitter’s new algorithm defines as good or bad content. 627 more words


Warnings from Mars

Ray Bardbury’s classic dystopian tale, Fahrenheit 451, is well known as a cautionary tale on censorship and the suppressing of knowledge. It is not his only warning on this danger. 204 more words


Hillary vows to shut down internet press and Breitbart if elected!

One of the goals of the Clinton campaign, Reynolds says, is to ensure Breitbart is destroyed

8/22/16 – (InfoWars)  Hillary campaign vows to destroy opposition websites.

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Blatant call for censorship by NY Times

Times tech columnist Farhad Manjoo calls on Google to “fix” its search engine results to hide evidence of Hillary Clinton’s failing health

8/22/16 – “Go online and put down, ‘Hillary Clinton illness,’ and take a look at the videos yourself,” Rudy Giuliani recently said on Fox News, during an argument about how sick Clinton really is.

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Report assesses UK's ISP-level blocks of piracy sites as effective, but glosses over risks

A study from Carnegie Mellon University and subsequent analysis by the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation indicate that the U.K.’s blockage of more than 50 websites was indeed effective at reducing piracy, but neither addresses the fundamental problems with the approach. 852 more words


The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence)

Dir: Tom Six, 2011


This review is of the uncut version

 Tom Six’s sequel to his hugely original The Human Centipede, is a work of pure grossness and not much else. 1,252 more words