(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.
At times it’s laughed at, at times it’s taken very seriously and now, the term “Illuminati” has gained such a large amount of attention and popularity that it begs a deeper exploration by those not even in the ‘conspiracy realm’ but who are simply curious and seeking truth.There is certainly a great deal of disinformation,….Read more
NYA DAGBLADET. Efter Expressens häxjakt på Googles Sverigechef Anna Wikland gav Google vika och censurerade sökresultat på Google och Youtube. Microsoft var inte sena med att göra detsamma på sin sökmotor Bing. Nya Dagbladet åkte till huvudkontoret för att ställa företaget till svars. Efter flera veckors häxjakt på sökmotorjättarna Google och Microsoft gav de vika.…Läs mera
The “new media” monopolists of Silicon Valley and the once-dominant traditional print media have clearly agreed that the “fake news” frenzy is a convenient pretext to step up their censorship of the internet through new algorithms, allowing them to boost their profit margins and silence opposition through a new framework of “algorithmic censorship.” The post…Read more