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Legacy Technology Censorship

Legacy technology companies, like the legacy media, continue to attempt to disrupt emerging alternative technologies. In early November of 2018, gab.com, the free speech Twitter alternative, was deplatformed from the internet by it’s hosting company, GoDaddy, and cut off by … Continue reading

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Alt-Media, the Purge, and Alt-Tech

In what appears to be a coordinated effort, Apple, Facebook, Spotify, and YouTube (and now Pinterest and LinkedIn) have removed almost all content from Alex Jones and Infowars. Jones is a conservative American broadcaster who has been widely criticized for … Continue reading

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Using Fake News to Censor the Internet

It’s ironic the lack of self awareness shown by corporate media in the US. First they invented the term “fake news” to smear the alternate media, then they were shocked when they were caught out in lies and their slur … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Public File Sharing

The current storm around YouTube, the dominant platform for sharing created video content, which has seen content censorship and demonetization, has parallels to what happened with public file sharing in the late 1990s and the 2000s. I’m going to briefly … Continue reading

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