Telegram is a social media platform, currently known as a messaging app. It’s now passed 1 Billion downloads. Here at The Pulse, we’ve experienced a tremendous amount of censorship from Big Tech platforms like Facebook, for example. We’ve been working in the field of “alternative media” since 2009. We are no stranger to censorship, even…
Once upon a time in America, not that long ago…
…it was a time when most all were sleeping and only a few were wide awake. It was a time when only a few had understanding of what was taking place in America. The invisible ones stayed behind the veil and laughed as they watched the blind sheep run from the rams who had eyes to see. They wanted nothing to do with the rams tall tales and pointed their fingers and called them crazy. “Shut up with your made up lies you crazy rams!” they shouted at every turn, “Be quiet with your made up stories, no one here wants to hear it!”
Read more & videos: United States Of Secrets — The Marshall Report
Summit News | by Steve Watson – January 5, 2021
Rowan Atkinson, famous for portraying the characters Mr Bean and Blackadder, has once again hit headlines for slamming the rise of a destructive cancel culture.
Read more & videos: Comedian Rowan Atkinson: Cancel Culture ‘Like A Medieval Mob’ — Summit News
Watch the film Plandemic – Indoctrination created by the people who made the power-censored Plandemic video with Dr. Judy Mikovits. This film shows what drives the vaccination agenda and how WHO, Bill Gates, Tedros Adhanom, Anthony Fauci and others are involved. They go through what really happened to the mass media, tech companies, the pharmaceutical industry and health authorities.
Se filmen Plandemic – Indoctrination som skapats av de människor som gjorde den kraftcensurerade Plandemic-videon med Dr. Judy Mikovits. Denna filmen visar vad som driver vaccinationsagendan och hur WHO, Bill Gates, Tedros Adhanom, Anthony Fauci med flera är iblandade. De går igenom vad som verkligen hände med massmedia, techbolagen, läkemedelsindustrin och hälsomyndigheter.
Watch the Video(1:15:30) via — VAKEN.se
(Video removed from YouTube)
By Sia Mohajer
Many academics, business leaders, and governments are claiming that technology is a critical part of the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. By utilizing the surveillance capabilities of modern data acquisition systems, it is believed, citizens can be provided with tools that will allow them to see if they have come into contact with someone infected with the virus. →
Image: Spiro Skouras
By Aaron Kesel
(Activist Post) All over the world governments are now threatening to monitor social media users’ posts online. Now, India is joining the effort with a new law expected to go into effect later this month that threatens Indian users’ privacy.
Social media companies will have to reveal users’ identities if Indian government agencies request their data, according to the country’s controversial new rules for social media companies and messaging apps with 5 million active users, which is expected to be published later this month, Bloomberg reported.
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.
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.