(TMU) — In recent years, the tide of public opinion has slowly but surely turned against the intrusive actions of Big Tech companies. People are tired of corporations mining their personal information and censoring or manipulating their content online and, as a result, the biggest social networks, like Facebook and YouTube, are beginning to see a noticeable exodus of users.
Before the Internet was launched in 1992, our thoughts, values and beliefs were informed by our family and friends and by the books, magazines and newspapers we read and by what we heard on radio and saw on television. If we wanted to communicate with each other we would pick up the telephone, write a letter or meet face to face.
The Internet changed everything.
The World Wide Web gave us electronic access to free, uncensored information on our computers, tablets and cell phones and the ability to instantly share that information with each other. It connected us together in a virtual public square, where we could do our own research and talk about our personal experiences, and express what we think and believe and how we feel about important issues that affect our lives.
Read more & video: “The New Internet Police Protecting You from Freedom of Thought and Speech by Barbara Loe Fisher” (17:00) via The Internet Police is “Protecting” You From Free Speech and Thought — Humans Are Free
(Natural News) At the turn of the century, the internet became one of humanity’s greatest gifts, a source of personal freedom and power. The internet unleashed endless opportunities for communication, commerce, and information sharing. Not only did the internet decentralize news, but it offered a platform for anyone to create and speak freely.
Two decades later, the internet has become a contentious place, with Tech giants, corporations, political activists, and governments all clamoring to control the flow of information, to stifle free speech, and to use personal data to exploit consumer’s purchasing habits and voting preferences.
(Natural News) A bombshell series of leaked internal memos from Google reveals that the search engine is engaged in a massive criminal enterprise that may be prosecuted for engaging in “criminal racketeering.” The Daily Caller has acquired these internal memos which describe the manual process whereby Google selectively de-lists news websites that focus on conservative content, natural health and vaccine awareness information, among other topics. Once websites are targeted by Google for being blacklisted, virtually none of their pages appear in any search results whatsoever. (Natural News was almost completely blacklisted beginning in June of 2017.)
Read more & podcast with Mike Adams (9:53) via Leaked memos prove Google is a massive criminal enterprise engaged in felony election meddling and racketeering — NaturalNews.com
(NaturalHealth365) According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the incidence of autism has more than doubled over the last two decades. But, what’s even more disturbing is how Amazon has decided to distribute news about this devastating condition.
As a little background, autism currently strikes 1 in every 45 children (as opposed to 1 in 150 in 2000). And with Western medicine currently offering no cure for autism, about one third of parents of children with autism are turning to complementary and alternative treatments – which include vitamin therapies and biological preparations.
(Natural News) The insanity of the tech giants’ censorship continues to expand by the day. With Twitter having permanently banned the Health Ranger account several weeks ago (@HealthRanger) after I criticized Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey for his involvement in a shady crypto scheme, Facebook has now decided to suspend Natural News for seven days for posting the educational fluoride infographic you see below.
Read more & commentary video: “DIGITAL FASCISM: CENSORED topics you’re not allowed to mention online” (11:58) via Facebook just suspended Natural News for 7 days for posting this rather ho-hum fluoride infographic — NaturalNews.com