To Live or Die by Google Search Brings an Escalating Cost

Source: (Bloomberg) — “Where’s the best place to hide a body? The second page of a Google search.” The gallows humor shows that people rarely look beyond the first few results of a search, but Lee Griffin isn’t laughing. In the 13 years since he co-founded British price comparison website GoCompare, the 41-year-old has tried to keep his company at the top of search results, doing everything from using a “For Dummies” guide in the early days to later hiring a team of engineers, marketers and mathematicians. That’s put him…

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Facebook will test hiding ‘Likes’ on its own site

If you’re a Facebook user in Australia, this means that while your friends and family will still be able to like and add emoji reactions to your posts, they won’t be able to see how many others interacted with it. The same goes if you want to see how many people liked a post from someone you know; that information on counts will now only be visible to the author of a post, who can still see the number of Likes or reactions their posts are getting, it just won’t…

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Instagram Now Banning Photos Of People At Gun Ranges, Claiming They Promote “Violence”

Instagram is now blurring out images of women at gun ranges, saying the photos violate “violence or dangerous organization guidelines.” Yes, really. A picture was posted showing Kaitlin Bennett and Millie Weaver shooting firearms at a gun range. Facebook-owned Instagram banned and removed the image, claiming it violated their policy on violence or dangerous organizations. The image depicts two independent women at a shooting range legally and lawfully exercising their 2nd amendment rights. Dear Reader, If you’re like most Americans, your retirement account is in serious danger. There’s one thing…

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CENSORSHIP: Twitter Censors Brave Texas Lawmaker Who Told Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke to Come and Take It

Source: Jose Nino On September 12, 2019, Twitter deleted a tweet from State Representative Briscoe Cain’s account after he wrote that this “AR is ready” for former congressman Beto O’Rourke. This came in response to O’Rourke’s remark where he said “Hell yes, we’re going to take your AR-15s” when asked about his civilian disarmament plan.  According to The Hill, Twitter informed the news outlet that the tweet from Cain violated its rules concerning violent threats and subsequently had it removed early on Friday morning.  “The Tweet was in violation of…

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Vowing to Protect Controversial Free Speech, 8Chan Owner Claims Site Will Be Back Online This Week

Jim Watkins appeared on the One America News Network last week to explain the latest developments about 8Chan. Source: Shane Trejo The controversial free speech website 8Chan has been offline since it was widely blamed by the fake news media of facilitating recent mass shootings. The site’s owner Jim Watkins said in an exclusive interview with the One America News Network that he expects the website to be restored sometime this week. Watkins explained to journalist Jack Posobiec that he had recently finished a hearing with the House Committee on…

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Facebook’s ‘Fact Checker’ Backtracks Following Egregious Errors Regarding BLP’s Jeffrey Epstein Coverage

Alan Duke of Lead Stories has admitted some but not all of the mistakes in his bogus fact checking. Source: Shane Trejo Facebook’s new ministry of truth, led by disreputable fact checking operations like Lead Stories, has been initiated to stifle independent voices on the social media giant, but they have been caught and forced to backtrack after trying to suppress news about camera malfunctions near Jeffrey Epstein’s cell during his mysterious death at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City last month. “There were no media reports that…

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Liberal FEC chairwoman targets online news she considers ‘fraudulent’

Source: Paul Bedard New concerns are being raised that online conservative media outlets could face federally imposed censorship going into the 2020 elections. Years after Republicans on the Federal Election Commission claimed Democrats were targeting conservative speech on outlets like the Drudge Report, the liberal head of the FEC is teaming with an anti-Trump free speech advocacy group to host a symposium targeting online “disinformation.” The September event is inspired by Russia’s online efforts during the 2016 election and is expected to include Republicans and Democrats as well as big internet…

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Open Source Web Crawling is About Ten to Fifteen Years Behind Google

Internet, WORLD NEWS Source: Brian Wang In 1999, it took Google one month to crawl and build an index of about 50 million pages. In 2012, the same task was accomplished in less than one minute. The 2012 capability is about 50,000 times faster. This is slightly better than doubling the speed every year for 14 years. In 2016, a new open-source Bubing web crawler was announced that can achieve around 12,000 crawled pages per second on a relatively slow connection. This is could be 1 billion pages per day.…

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Facebook’s Ministry of Truth Demands BLP Modify Epstein Story or Face Wrath of Algorithm

Mark Zuckerberg is using phony fact checkers to censor content damaging to the political establishment. Source: Shane Trejo A Facebook-approved fact checker, led by a man who worked for decades at fake news CNN, attacked Big League Politics recently for providing reporting to our readers surrounding the mysterious circumstances regarding the suicide of Democrat-affiliated sex predator Jeffrey Epstein. The article published on Aug. 10 by Big League Politics referenced a report about a camera malfunction that allegedly occurred before Epstein’s death, preventing any video of his alleged suicide from being…

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Conservative Leaders Call on Google to Explain Claims the Site Is Blocking Conservatives

On Tuesday, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell and other conservative leaders released a letter calling on Google to explain reports and allegations that the search engine is attempting to block conservative sites and exclude voices that don’t fit the liberal narrative. (A similar letter has also been sent to members of Congress, asking them to investigate.) August 20, 2019 Mr. Sundar Pichai Chief Executive Officer Google Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043 Dear Mr. Pichai, We are writing today to ask that you provide a detailed response…

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Facebook Hiring Corporate Media Veterans to Manually Curate ‘News Tab’

Source: Lucas Nolan Lucas Nolan is an Irish conservative journalist, regul Facebook recently spoke with Axios, revealing a number of plans to promote news outlets on its platform including the creation of a “News Tab” featuring outlets handpicked by Facebook, changing how millions of people receive news. Axios reports that social media giant Facebook has new plans aimed at helping handpicked news outlets on its platform and will be hiring a number of seasoned journalists to curate a planned “News Tab” feature. The news tab is reportedly an effort by Facebook to…

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Grassley names Hunter Biden in probe of transfer of sensitive technology to China during Obama administration

Source: (NationalSentinel) Hunter Biden, son of former VP Joe Biden, now a leading 2020 Democratic presidential contender, has been named as a source of a potential conflict of interest in a probe initiated by Sen. Chuck Grassley involving the purchase of an American company that made anti-vibration technologies by a state-owned Chinese aviation company and an investment firm with ties to the Communist Party. In a letter to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin dated Aug. 14, Grassley said he wants a copy of the National Security Threat Assessment linked to the sale and transaction.…

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Instagram “Trusted Partner” Caught Harvesting Millions of User Data

Personal data used to create detailed profiles without consent Source: Ben Warren | Infowars.com An advertising partner of Instagram has been caught secretly harvesting vast amounts of user’s personal data by exploiting poor oversight and loopholes, according to Business Insider. The marketing firm Hyp3r allegedly used information like users’ physical locations, bios, and photos – which are all supposed to be deleted after 24 hours – to construct highly-detailed profiles of potentially millions, Business insider reports. “The wealth of the data contained in people’s fleeting Instagram activity, from family-vacation snapshots…

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Comcast rolls out ultra-cheap internet to millions of low-income Americans

Source: Ed Oswald Comcast, the nation’s largest cable provider, is taking steps to close the so-called “digital divide,” announcing Tuesday that it will significantly expand its low-cost internet access program,  Internet Essentials, to make just about any low-income customer eligible for the service. The need for cheap broadband access is real, as class plays a big role in whether or not a household is broadband connected. Households living in cities with the highest poverty rates are as much as ten times more likely not to have broadband access than homes…

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Snowden says Facebook is spying on you and wants to help fight back

The NSA whistleblower took to Twitter to hint at anti-spying methods. Source: Source: Rae Hodge World-renowned National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden wants to show you how to fight back against against corporate surveillance. On Thursday, Snowden called out both Facebook and Facebook-owned Instagram, leveling allegations of spying at the social network. “In the weeks ahead, I aim to explain how each of these sites spies on you, and methods to limit how much they know about you. If you use them, keep an eye out,” Snowden tweeted, also linking to…

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FCC finally orders ISPs to say exactly where they offer broadband

ISPs will have to submit geospatial maps of broadband service areas. Source: Jon Brodkin The Federal Communications Commission voted today to collect more accurate data about which parts of the US have broadband and which parts lack high-speed connectivity. From now on, home Internet providers will have to give the FCC geospatial maps of where they provide service instead of merely reporting which census blocks they offer service in. The FCC’s current broadband mapping system has serious limitations. The Form 477 data-collection program that requires ISPs to report census-block coverage…

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Child Suffers Third-Degree Burns in Dangerous Internet Trend: The Hot Water Challenge

From the makers of the Tide Pod challenge An incident in Kentucky has shed light on yet another dangerous internet “challenge” being promoted to vulnerable youths: the “Hot Water Challenge.” Last Friday, a Clay County mom was arrested after her child caused severe burns to a young boy who was staying over for the night. According to the boy who was badly scalded, identified as 11-year-old Billy Oliver, the challenge involves either drinking boiling hot water, or pouring it on someone. “So you had to take some boiling hot water…

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‘This Is The Endgame’: Instagram Users Vent After Site Culls Meme-Posting Accounts

The Left’s only solution when they can’t meme is to ban all memes Source: RT News Instagram has suspended scores of popular ‘meme’ accounts that collectively have tens of millions of followers, during a mass purge of the platform. The move was met with shock and anger by users. The cull was carried out on Friday with no warning to users other than an email to tell the account holders that they had been suspended. One, @Finest.Inventions, claimed more than 13 million followers alone. Learn More Advertisements Rate this: Share…

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Google Blacklists Free Speech Platform Gab’s Latest App

Big Tech continues war against free speech in the face of imminent regulation Source: Breitbart Tech giant Google has blacklisted the free-speech focused social media app Gab from the Google Play Store, joining Apple in banning Gab users from accessing the platform using Gab-branded smartphone apps. Silicon Valley tech giant Google has reportedly banned the free-speech focused social media platform Gab from the Google Play Store. According to a screenshot posted by Gab to Twitter, Google banned the app from the store for “Violation of User Generated Content (UGC) Policy.”…

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Russian FaceApp Now Has Pictures of Over 150 Million People

Internet, Russia, WORLD NEWS FaceApp is based in St. Petersburg, Russia and over 150 million people have uploaded faces and names to the app. FaceApp owns a never-ending and irrevocable royalty-free license to do anything they want with the pictures and data. This brings to mind the Game of Thrones Arya Stark- Faceless Men Assassin images. Advertisements Rate this: Share this: Like this: Like Loading… Related Published by Nwo Report Once dismissed by cynics as a “conspiracy theory the New World Order is rapidly becoming a reality. We look at…

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UPDATE: Facebook Deletes Policy Allowing Violent Threats Against “Dangerous Individuals”

Social media giant backs down after backlash Facebook has deleted a policy update that informed users it was acceptable to post violent threats against people deemed “dangerous individuals” by the company. As we highlighted yesterday, a Community Standards update published by Facebook on July 9 stated (emphasis mine); “Do not post: Threats that could lead to death (and other forms of high-severity violence) of any target(s) where threat is defined as any of the following: Statements of intent to commit high-severity violence; or Calls for high-severity violence (unless the target…

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Breaking: Twitter Goes Down Amid Social Media Summit

Twitter visitors confronted with unprecedented error message Visitors to Twitter are currently confronted with this unprecedented error message, just as President Trump is meeting with prominent conservatives at the White House to talk about social media censorship: Source: Infowars.com The website Down Right Now is reporting that Twitter is undergoing a “likely service disruption.” The disruption occurred around 1:45pm Central, and it’s unusual for the entire service to go down. Another Internet monitoring website, Down Detector, reveals that the outage is worldwide: The chart represents outages reported by users from…

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Twitter Announces Ban on Language ‘Dehumanizing Religious Groups’

Twitter announced in a statement issued Tuesday a new protected class is being recognized by the online forum: Religious groups. The move comes as one religion has campaigned for decades for a global ban on speech critical of Islam, while other major religions have been content to use public persuasion rather then the jackboot of government or corporate totalitarianism to deal with critics. Several examples posted by Twitter are already covered under existing rules, so the addition of a protected class makes the move appear more toward controlling thought and…

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Instagram, Owned by Facebook, Unveils New Big Brother Policies to Combat ‘Online Bullying’

Instagram is ramping up its Orwellian censorship program. Source: Shane Trejo Instagram, the popular social media platform owned by Facebook, unveiled their new Orwellian policies yesterday that will use AI to censor content in real time. “In the last few days, we started rolling out a new feature powered by AI that notifies people when their comment may be considered offensive before it’s posted,” wrote Adam Mosseri, who works as the Head of Instagram, in a blog. They hope that this new feature will compel individuals to self-censor any comments…

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Apple Co-Founder Says Most People Should GET OFF Facebook PERMANENTLY

Source: Mac Slavo Apple’s co-founder, Steve Wozniak not only deleted his personal Facebook account last year, but he’s warning the rest of us that “most” should also leave the social media giant’s platform permanently. Wozniak says the lack of privacy just isn’t worth it. “There are many different kinds of people, and [to] some the benefits of Facebook are worth the loss of privacy,” Wozniak told TMZ when reporters stopped him to talk with them at Reagan National Airport in D.C. “But to many like myself, my recommendation is—to most people—you should…

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The Future? Using Bitcoin To Archive Banned Internet Content

Learn how cryptocurrency could save censored information from being banned Source: Infowars.com Derek Moore is getting the word out about using “blockchain” technology to archive content even if it’s been “banned.” For example, Moore archived a transmission of The Alex Jones Show using the cryptocurrency Bitcoin that can now never be removed. He split an audio file of the broadcast across 232 transactions and posted a final transaction that joins all 232 transactions together, which is then sent to a media viewer that reassembles all the data and sends the…

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Bozell: Facebook Move Gives ACLU, 90 Left-Wing Groups ‘Power Over Every Post a Conservative Makes’

Source: Craig Bannister On Sunday, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg announced the company’s latest efforts to institutionalize the demands of 90 left-wing organizations into the company’s operations, including disturbing efforts geared toward the 2020 elections. Media Research Center President (MRC) Brent Bozell issued the following statement Tuesday on behalf of The Free Speech Alliance, a coalition of more than 50 conservative organizations committed to combating online bias and censorship. “Sheryl Sandberg just announced that she is allowing the ACLU and 90 left-wing organizations to dictate nearly every aspect of Facebook’s policies.…

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