(Natural News) With YouTube’s censorship of pro-liberty voices accelerating by the day, video free speech site Brighteon 2.0 is about to launch with new features, a new user interface and improve resistance against internet censorship.
In the era of dire need for new and meaningful social media platforms, author and clinical psychologist Dr. Jordan B. Peterson confirmed he is backing a new free-speech platform called Thinkspot. He confirmed the platform is in beta testing during a podcast last week.
Dagen efter att Project Veritas släppte avslöjandet om Pinterests aktiva påverkan på kanalens innehåll grips insidern och Android-ingenjören Eric Cochran på sin arbetsplats. Han fördes ut bakvägen av tre säkerhetsvakter från sin arbetsplats på Pinterests kontor. Han är inte välkommen tillbaka.
Läs mera & video: “Project Veritas Features – Pinterest Insider Speaks Out: “The tech companies can’t fight us all” (19:34) via Insidern Eric Cochran som avslöjade Pinterests censur berättar om sina motiv och gripandet — NewsVoice
(TMU) — As more and more Americans question the practices of tech companies like Google, Facebook, and Amazon, the topic of censorship on social media and in search results continues to be a hotly debated topic. Do these companies essentially act as publishers, and if so, should they be regulated as such? Should the government make efforts to break up the tech giants? These questions and more need answering as the public grapples with the reality that “Big Tech” is gaining more control over what we see, hear, and read while surfing the internet.
Julian Assange is seriously ill as he awaits extradition for charges that could land him in jail for the rest of his life. According to reports from the Swedish and Danish speaking press last week, Assange is currently being held in the hospital ward of “Belmarsh,” the UK’s most notorious prison. Belmarsh has been called “Britain’s Guantanamo Bay,” since prisoners accused of terrorism are typically sent there.
By Kai Weiss
Freedom of the press is attacked all around the world. The recently released 2019 edition of the Press Freedom Index shows once more a decline in press freedom—a trend that has been holding on for many years. As Reporters Without Borders, which compiles the index every year, writes, “hatred of journalists has degenerated into violence” at this point, “contributing to an increase in fear.” In the meantime, “authoritarian regimes continue to tighten their grip on the media.”