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Updated: More lese majeste censorship

The military junta is again exercised by lese majeste, suggesting they may be getting a boot in the backside from the new and the easily annoyed king. 392 more words

A Long Journey to See My Husband Zhang Haitao in Shaya Prison

Li Aijie, April 23, 2017

Born in 1971, the Urumqi-based Zhang Haitao (张海涛) was arrested on June 26, 2015 for his online speech: to be precise, 69 WeChat posts and 205 Twitter posts, including retweets of others’ tweets. 1,232 more words


Getting headlines wrong

Brief corrections to two stories in the media that mislead, both noted by PPT readers.

First, at Prachatai, there’s a report headlined “Junta blocks Youtube channel of exiled Thai journalist. 561 more words

Google now threatening Alt-News web-sites

Eric Zuesse

I just happened to notice at one of my publishers, RINF, “Google’s Censorship Of Independent News – Rinf Becomes Latest Victim”, and the owner, Mick Meaney, described Google’s threat to him if he didn’t remove a news-article that was critical of the Israeli government. 444 more words



Original Article from Jerome Corsi of INFOWARS

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Soros-funded Fight for the Future (FFTF) is leading the charge to demonize President Trump over signing legislation to cancel the FCC’s Internet privacy rule.  108 more words


More EU nastiness...EU is getting heavy with internet giants who refuse to censor content that the EU does not like

Read more eu.htm at MelonFarmers.co.uk

See article from itpro.co.uk

Social media giants Facebook, Google and Twitter will be forced to change their terms of service for EU users within a month, or face hefty fines from European authorities, an official said on Friday.The move was initiated after politicians have decided to blame their unpopularity on ‘fake news’ rather than their own incompetence and their failure to listen to the will of the people.

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World Day Against Cyber-Censorship

World Day Against Cyber-Censorship – 2017

This is a day of observance spearheaded by Reporters Without Borders and Amnesty International in 2008.

For this year’s World Day Against Cyber-Censorship, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) issued a report entitled “ 623 more words

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