The Age of Tyrannical Surveillance: We’re Being Branded, Bought and Sold for Our Data

  February 26, 2019 by John W. Whitehead “We know where you are. We know where you’ve been. We can more or less know what you’re thinking about… Your digital identity will live forever… because there’s no delete button.”—Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt Uncle Sam wants you. Correction: Big Brother wants you. To be technically accurate, Big Brother—aided … More The Age of Tyrannical Surveillance: We’re Being Branded, Bought and Sold for Our Data

3 reasons free speech in America is endangered

  This column is at risk for censorship by FAANG cartel   Jan 8, 2018 by JOSEPH FARAH One by one, people are losing their First Amendment-guaranteed rights to free speech in America at the hands of a shortsighted, bullying mob and a band of feckless corporate capitulators setting de facto restrictions on both free expression … More 3 reasons free speech in America is endangered

Europe’s New Copyright Law Could Change the Web Worldwideinternet

September 27, 2018 by Just News The European Parliament passed sweeping copyright legislation Wednesday that, much like its privacy regulations, could have impact far beyond Europe. Critics argue that the most controversial part of the proposal will effectively force all but the smallest website operators to adopt “upload filters” similar to those used by YouTube, and apply them … More Europe’s New Copyright Law Could Change the Web Worldwideinternet

Islamic UN “Human Rights” Boss Seeks “Proactive” Web Censorship

August 30, 2018 by  Alex Newman   A fringe Islamic prince turned United Nations “High Commissioner for Human Rights” infamous for comparing President Donald Trump to Hitler and ISIS, and for protecting child-raping UN troops from exposure, has a new target: free speech on the Internet. Under the guise of stopping “hate speech,” a concept first pushed by … More Islamic UN “Human Rights” Boss Seeks “Proactive” Web Censorship

Google Hit With Phone-Tracking Lawsuit

Aug 22, 2018 By William Vogeler, Esq. A new lawsuit alleges that Google follows people on their phones — even after they have disabled location services on the devices. It’s a troubling development for the company because it already settled a related privacy complaint with the Federal Trade Commission. The lawsuit alleges more violations of California’s … More Google Hit With Phone-Tracking Lawsuit

North Carolina Bathroom Law Remains Intact, For Now

  Dec 22, 2016 by  Raven Clabough On Wednesday, the North Carolina legislature rejected a bid to repeal the state’s controversial transgender bathroom law during a one-day special legislative session. The New York Times reports that the bill failed by a vote of 32-16 after Democrats refused to approve a provision that would ban cities … More North Carolina Bathroom Law Remains Intact, For Now