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‘Censorship’ Archives

Cass Sunstein: Truth is a Disease

Infowars | March 22, 2014 By Kurt Nimmo In his latest foray in defense of the many lies of the state, former Obama administration bureaucrat Cass Sunstein compares disbelief to a destructive contagion. He insists there is a “close relationship between conspiracy theories [Read More]

Cameron hints at ‘tougher measures’ if media continues publishing Snowden leaks

RT | October 29, 2013 British Prime Minister David Cameron has issued a veiled threat against media organizations, calling on The Guardian and other outlets to stop publishing the disclosures leaked by National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden. The Guardian [Read More]

Fugitive Snowden in Russia seeking Ecuador asylum

Reuters | June 23, 2013 Fugitive former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden is seeking asylum in Ecuador, the Quito government said on Sunday, after Hong Kong let him leave for Russia despite Washington’s efforts to extradite him on espionage charges. In a major [Read More]

Military told not to read Obama-scandal news

WND | June 10, 2013 By Gina Loudon President Obama has said the outrage over the federal government’s decision to monitor citizens’ phone activity is all “hype.” He might want to share his opinion with the U.S. Air Force, which is ordering members of the service not [Read More]

Syria’s Internet Outage and the Future of Information Warfare

Activist Post | Dec 1, 2012 By Tony Cartalucci It’s not that Syria’s government didn’t prepare for war. They perhaps, simply prepared for the wrong kind of war. This week when sweeping outages in Syria’s communication networks were reported, the [Read More]

Mainstream media continues to fracture: Fed-up Bangor TV anchors quit on air

Bangor Daily News | Nov 20, 2012 By Andrew Neff Citing a longstanding battle with upper management over journalistic practices at their Bangor TV stations, news co-anchors Cindy Michaels and Tony Consiglio announced their resignations at the end of Tuesday’s 6 p.m. [Read More]

Obama Signs Global Internet Treaty Worse Than SOPA

Infowars | Jan 26, 2012 By Paul Joseph Watson Months before the debate about Internet censorship raged as SOPA and PIPA dominated the concerns of web users, President Obama signed an international treaty that would allow companies in China or any other country in the world [Read More]

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Google: the unelected superpower

The Telegraph | April 17, 2014 By Katherine Rushton Related: Google-Berg Merger Ushers in Planned-Opolis Future in the [Read More]

The New Cop on the Beat May Be a Bot

Time | April 16, 2014 By Lev Grossman Knightscope K5 promises enhanced policing capabilities, courts controversy Have [Read More]

Globalist Parag Khanna Admits Alternative Media Influences Global Diplomacy

Globalist Parag Khanna Admits Alternative Media Influences Global Diplomacy

Old-Thinker News | April 17, 2014 By Daniel Taylor To those who follow alternative media closely this will not come as [Read More]

US Postal Service Joins in Federal Ammo Purchases

Newsmax | April 14, 2014 By Cheryl K. Chumley Add the U.S. Postal Service to the list of federal agencies seeking to [Read More]

Glass without the glasses: Google patents smart contact lens system with a CAMERA built in

Daily Mail | April 14, 2014 By Mark Prigg Google has patented a smart contact lens that could see its Glass wearable [Read More]

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