(Collective-Evolution) Mark Davis, a well-known award-winning Australian investigative journalist, best known for his work on Dateline, has said that it’s the journalists from The Guardian and New York Times who should be in jail, not Julian Assange. Obviously, mainstream media has completely ignored this in fear of slandering their smear campaign that’s been running against Julian Assange for years, making him out to be a criminal when in fact he’s the complete opposite. →
Despite the fact that Tulsi Gabbard was apparently the most Googled democrat after a recent debate, she’s been subjected to extreme amounts of censorship by Google, similar to what alternative media sites like Collective Evolution have been experiencing.
In our world, there are now “Fact Checkers” that are sponsored by powerful people to decide what’s true and what’s not on the internet. NewsGuard for example, a News browser extension that promises to help readers pick out fake news, is funded and run by individuals tied to the CFR, Atlantic Council and other prominent elite figures. These fact-checkers don’t always reply to inquires, and they sensor information and discussions, no matter how truthful or valid they are.
Read more & Tulsi video: “Join me in this fight to end big tech monopolies’ power” (2:15) via Presidential Candidate Tulsi Gabbard Sues Google For Extreme Censorship — Collective Evolution
We get more emails and questions from people seeking information and solutions to 5G than we do anything else, and it totally makes sense because this is a global health crisis that truly affects us all.
Coming up soon is the 5G Crisis: Awareness & Accountability Summit. It’s an online summit with a ton of incredible speakers that will inform you on the latest information regarding 5G, what’s going on and the solutions that are coming to the table.
Guess who wrote the following text: When Alexa runs your home, Amazon tracks you in more ways than you might want Would you let a stranger eavesdrop in your home and keep the recordings? For most people, the answer is, “Are you crazy?” Yet that’s essentially what Amazon has been doing to millions of us with its assistant Alexa in microphone-equipped Echo speakers. And it’s hardly alone: Bugging our homes is Silicon Valley’s next frontier.
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
Facebook shares tumbled into the red after Bloomberg reported that user data is still showing up in places it shouldn’t.
As Bloomberg reports, researchers at UpGuard, a cybersecurity firm, found troves of user information hiding in plain sight, inadvertently posted publicly on Amazon.com’s cloud computing servers.
The discovery shows that a year after the Cambridge Analytica scandal exposed how unsecure and widely disseminated Facebook users’ information is online, companies that control that information at every step still haven’t done enough to seal up private data.