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Imagine if the Internet Was Run By EA. That's the Nightmare of Losing Net Neutrality

Image by Gerd Altmann

If there is one thing we can all agree on in this age of divisive politics, it’s that net neutrality is important for a thriving democracy. 952 more words

Politics

Google’s Eric Schmidt Says Americans Too Dumb To Detect Fake News, Plans to “Derank” Russian News

By Derrick Broze | Activist Post

Eric Schmidt has made news with his latest announcement that Google is working on ways to “derank” Russian media in the search engine’s results. 755 more words

Propaganda

They’re Spending Billions to Chip Our Brains

Cross-posted from Truthstream-media.com

A microchip in your brain? They’re spending billions to make this a reality within the next decade. Will you accept it?

Dystopia Inc.

Your Internet Is About to Get a Lot More Censored

By Jake Anderson of The Anti-Media.org

The term “fake news” sits at the heart of a raging battle between political dynasties, media conglomerates, and alternative Internet news sites. 577 more words

Rigging The Game

The Great Twitter Purge: What Should We Do? - Operation Reinhard

By Red Ice TV

Twitter will begin cracking down on right-wing dissidents on December 18. What should we do about it?

Corruption

Bypass Censorship...A little surprising, but it is good to see the BBC joining European broadcasters in a website to promote tools for circumvention of internet censorship

Read more me_bbc_trust.htm at MelonFarmers.co.uk

See article from tvbeurope.com
See also bypasscensorship.org

A group of international broadcasters have come together to support a new website that aims to help internet users around the world access news and information.The Broadcasting Board of Governors (US), the BBC (UK), Deutsche Welle (Germany) and France M39dias Monde (France) have co-sponsored the Bypass Censorship website: …

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Is Satire "Fakenews"? - How Fact-Checkers Peddle Snake-Oil

When professional fact checkers are flagging up satirical publishers for “fake content”, perhaps it’s time to worry

Cross-posted from Moon of Alabama

Since the issues of alleged “fake news” and “Russian influence” have cropped up, several media institutions highlight their public fact-checkers. 682 more words

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