Editor’s Note: Perhaps the reporting tools Twitter and Facebook are implementing will result in no one being able to post on the platforms at all at some point…because it sure sounds like this could erupt into many users reporting everything they don’t agree with as abusive…ultimately making both sites entirelyRead More →

In early 2016, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced his country would no longer bomb the Islamic State. Defending this decision, the prime minister stated: “Call us old-fashioned, but we think that we ought to avoid doing precisely what our enemies want us to do. They want us to elevate,Read More →

By Kurt Nimmo The squabbling between self-identified progressives and conservatives continues as social media transforms itself into a news, information, and opinion gatekeeper. All information that contradicts the establishment narrative will either be downgraded into obscurity of excluded outright on social media. Take for instance ThinkProgress, the Soros-financed news website,Read More →

By Catherine J. Frompovich It’s finally happened?  Congress woke up to the problem(s) it helped create with regard to censorship on the Internet by pandering to Internet giants, social media platforms and their lobbyists when on Friday, April 26, 2018, Congressman Darrell Issa [1] questioned two social media stars, whoRead More →

By Aaron Kesel Russia blocked more than 16 million IP addresses in an attempt to ban encrypted messenger Telegram after the company refused to give up its encryption keys, leading to interruptions in the service, major websites and media including Google, Amazon and many other U.S. businesses. A court orderedRead More →

By Jake Anderson We can now add a new Microsoft policy of punishing account users who use “offensive language” while logged into one of their products or services to the growing list of draconian measures employed by tech companies to police online content. In a release summarizing the new policy, which will go into effectRead More →