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Old 19-12-2017, 04:06 PM   #361
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Today's The Day: Twitter To Start Purging Users And Prevent "Certain Content From Trending"
by Tyler Durden
Dec 18, 2017 1:10 PM

Twitter will begin suspending accounts which engage in "hateful conduct" or affiliate with organizations which "use or promote violence against civilians to further their causes" both on and off the platform, following a November announcement. The new rules apply to whatever Twitter deems "hateful," including "hateful images or symbols in your profile image or profile header."

Moreover, Twitter will officially begin restricting "trending" content, to wit:

At times, we may prevent certain content from trending.

While many conservative Twitter users have suffered unfair account suspensions, mysterious drops in retweets and likes on controversial tweets, overnight drops in follower count, and unexplained disappearances of trending topics which paint liberals in a bad light, Twitter's new rules effectively allow the social media giant to openly engage in censorship without repercussion.

Via Twitter Help Center:

Abusive Behaviour

We believe in freedom of expression and open dialogue, but that means little as an underlying philosophy if voices are silenced because people are afraid to speak up. In order to ensure that people feel safe expressing diverse opinions and beliefs, we prohibit behavior that crosses the line into abuse, including behavior that harasses, intimidates, or uses fear to silence another user’s voice.

Context matters when evaluating for abusive behavior and determining appropriate enforcement actions. Factors we may take into consideration include, but are not limited to whether

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the behavior is newsworthy and in the legitimate public interest.

Violence: You may not make specific threats of violence or wish for the serious physical harm, death, or disease of an individual or group of people. This includes, but is not limited to, threatening or promoting terrorism.

You also may not affiliate with organizations that - whether by their own statements or activity both on and off the platform - use or promote violence against civilians to further their causes.

Abuse: You may not engage in the targeted harassment of someone, or incite other people to do so. We consider abusive behavior an attempt to harass, intimidate, or silence someone else’s voice.

Hateful conduct: You may not promote violence against, threaten, or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious disease.

Hateful imagery and display names: You may not use hateful images or symbols in your profile image or profile header. You also may not use your username, display name, or profile bio to engage in abusive behavior, such as targeted harassment or expressing hate towards a person, group, or protected category.

While Twitter's new rules are sure to lead to the purge of countless supremacists, you can say goodbye to Pepe the Frog - a cartoon meme made popular during the 2016 election among Trump voters, which the ADL considers to be a hate symbol despite a small percentage of Pepe memes expressing anti-Semitism or bigotry.
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Old 19-12-2017, 07:25 PM   #362
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well that's a load of bullocks isn't it - not the posting of the article but the excuses twitter is using

bloody marxist word salads as usual

this ''purge'' is to get rid of dissenters of globalisation , end of transmission
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Old 04-01-2018, 09:30 PM   #363
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Macron proposes anti-fake news election law
French President claims press freedom would not be affected
23 hours ago

Emmanuel Macron has said he will overhaul media law in France this year to fight the spread of "fake news" on social media.

Since he was elected last year, the French President has criticised Russian media in particular, openly accusing TV channel RT of sowing disinformation about him via its website and social media during the presidential election.

"If we want to protect liberal democracies, we must have strong legislation," Mr Macron told a news conference on Wednesday.

Mr Macron said the legislation would concern social media platforms, especially during election periods, and deeply change the role of France's media watchdog CSA.
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Old 08-01-2018, 06:21 PM   #364
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David Icke: The Man: The Legend: The Naked Facebook Censorship. Well? Are we standing for this?
John White·Sunday, 7 January 2018
David Icke: The Man: The Legend:
Facebook DELETE his page with 700,000 followers
NO explanation for their censorship: who needs a reason when the rules are, they make the rules?
Well? Are we standing for this?
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Old 09-01-2018, 04:11 PM   #365
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#Winning: Facebook "Fake News" Flag Makes People MORE Likely to Click

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Old 09-01-2018, 08:09 PM   #366
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The huge hoo-ha concerning Russia is a deliberate ploy to justify a ban on truth and on the internet in general. Many of the biggest and most enthusiastic proponents of censorship are the big mainstream media companies who would benefit immensely from creating firewalls and the end of net neutrality. I would imagine that News International or Amazon are already planning the UK Wide Web where you can stream Game of thrones and order a pizza to eat with it.
And that will be the end of the internet, a cross between Sky and a shopping channel.
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Old 10-01-2018, 05:54 PM   #367
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David Icke - Germany & The Tyranny Of Social Media Censorship

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Old 10-01-2018, 05:59 PM   #368
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It's getting easier and easier for the system to stitch people up because they can steal peoples identities and even their voice and then use it to commit hate speech or any other breach of the new rules and therefore get the person in trouble and in the current climate people would blindly believe that a person said this or did that

Its the same as how the old saying 'the camera never lies' became obsolete when graphics and photo shop and green screen meant that photos could be altered and footage faked. Well now WE can be faked

Corporate Powers Are Stealing Online Identities, Posting Fake Comments to Push for Consumer Law Repeals
At least five federal agencies targeted, from internet protections to predatory lending and investments.
By Steven Rosenfeld / AlterNet
January 9, 2018, 1:45 PM GMT

Forget Russian fake news for a moment. Another extremely consequential privacy-breaching, identity-theft hack is undermining our democracy and almost certainly being perpetuated by corporate America.

A pattern of cyber deception is appearing across the federal government in the nooks and crannies of the process where White House directives or Congress’ laws are turned into the rules Americans must abide by—or in the Trump era, are repealed.

Hundreds of thousands of comments, purportedly made by Americans, have come in over the electronic transom to at least five different federal agencies calling for an end to Obama-era consumer protections and other regulations that impede profits, a series of investigative reports by the Wall Street Journal found. Except, the people who supposedly sent these comments never did.
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Second Developer Of WikiLeaks-Inspired "SecureDrop" Commits Suicide At 36
by Tyler Durden
Wed, 01/10/2018 - 13:00

A second member of a three-man team who created a secure system for whistleblowers to submit information to news outlets has committed suicide at the age of 36, reports the Freedom of the Press Foundation. Software engineer James Dolan took his own life nearly five years to the day after the death of "SecureDrop" co-creator and Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz.



Dolan, a former Marine, helped create the system in 2012 along with Swartz and Wired editor Kevin Poulsen - who spearheaded the project first known as "StrongBox" and later "DeadDrop." The trio's secure submission system has been used by The New Yorker, the Washington Post, The New York Times, the Associated Press and Gizmodo - allowing "highly secure communication between journalists and sources in possession of sensitive information or documents," per Gizmodo.

Co-creator Kevin Poulsen described Dolan's role in the project’s creation in the New Yorker in 2013:

In New York, a computer-security expert named James Dolan persuaded a trio of his industry colleagues to meet with Aaron to review the architecture and, later, the code. We wanted to be reasonably confident that the system wouldn’t be compromised, and that sources would be able to submit documents anonymously—so that even the media outlets receiving the materials wouldn’t be able to tell the government where they came from. James wrote an obsessively detailed step-by-step security guide for organizations implementing the code. “He goes a little overboard,” Aaron said in an e-mail, “but maybe that’s not a bad thing.”

Co-creator Aaron Swartz committed suicide on January 11, 2013 at the age of 26. Swartz left no suicide note in his New York apartment, however some have noted that he was depressed and was facing jail time under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act for hacking into MIT's computer network and stealing copies of 4.8 million academic papers.
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First France, Now Brazil Unveils Plan to Empower the Government to Censor the Internet in the Name of Stopping “Fake News”
Glenn Greenwald
January 10 2018, 12:42 p.m.

Yesterday afternoon, the official Twitter account of Brazil’s Federal Police (its FBI equivalent) posted an extraordinary announcement. The bureaucratically nonchalant tone it used belied its significance. The tweet, at its core, purports to vest in the federal police and the federal government that oversees it the power to regulate, control, and outright censor political content on the internet that is assessed to be “false,” and to “punish” those who disseminate it. The new power would cover both social media posts and entire websites devoted to politics.

“In the next few days, the Federal Police will begin activities in Brasília [the nation’s capital] by a specially formed group to combat false news during the [upcoming 2018 presidential] election process,” the official police tweet stated. It added: “The measures are intended to identify and punish the authors of ‘fake news’ for or against candidates.” Top police officials told media outlets that their working group would include representatives of the judiciary’s election branch and leading prosecutors, though one of the key judicial figures involved is the highly controversial right-wing Supreme Court judge, Gilmar Mendes, who has long blurred judicial authority with his political activism.
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The creation of the hive mind and hive perceptions and hive opinions to destroy thought

Internet Giants and the Psychological Malignancy Destroying Human Society

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Twitter shadow ban....where twitter hides people posts so that no one can see them

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Facebook, Google, Twitter Announce ‘Counterspeech’ Psyop to Keep Public Docile
January 18, 2018 at 11:08 am
Written by Jake Anderson

If you’re a radical or search for “extremist” content online, the biggest social networks and internet companies on Earth will soon be converting you into a docile moderate, or at least, they will try.

Facebook, Google, and Twitter have been screening and filtering extremist content for years, but on Wednesday, the gatekeepers of the internet confirmed to Congress that they are accelerating their efforts and will target users who may be exposed to extremist/terrorist content, redirecting them instead to “positive and moderate” posts.

Representatives for the three companies testified before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation to outline specific ways they are trying to combat extremism online. Facebook, Google, and Twitter aren’t just tinkering with their algorithms to restrict certain kinds of violent content and messaging. They’re also using machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to manufacture what they call “counterspeech,” which has a hauntingly Orwellian ring to it. Essentially, their goal is to catch burgeoning extremists, or people being radicalized online, and re-engineer them via targeted propagandistic advertisements.

Monika Bickert, Facebook’s head of global policy management, stated:

“We believe that a key part of combating extremism is preventing recruitment by disrupting the underlying ideologies that drive people to commit acts of violence. That’s why we support a variety of counterspeech
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A comprehensive guide to corporate online surveillance in everyday life

Cracked Labs' massive report on online surveillance by corporations dissects all the different ways in which our digital lives are tracked, from the ad-beacons that follow us around the web to the apps that track our physical locations as we move around the world.

Importantly, the report shows how tracking companies join up the dots we leave behind, creating stable identifiers that can connect the data-trails from purchases, apps, devices, and clicks, creating a fantastically detailed picture of our lives built up our of these fragmentary details.

This is important because each little fragmentary disclosure can feel harmless at the time, but once they're merged into a unitary whole, the picture they from is disturbingly detailed.

I think that these disclosures are a bit like puffs on a cigarette. Any one puff on a smoke is probably not going to harm you, but statistically, if you take enough puffs, one of them will lead to a tumor, but it will be years down the road. You have to quit smoking before it manifests its worst harms to avoid those harms.

Likewise, any one tracked click, invasive app or loyalty card will not harm you, but leak enough personal info and eventually it will end up in a silo that gets spilled all over the web, or used by a merchant to profile you and gouge you, or by a political spin-doctor to try to manipulate your votes. These harms will only rise to the level of noticeability once it's too late for you.

Smokers often quit when people who've been at it longer than them -- their parents, say -- contract horrible, smoking-related illnesses. By highlighting the plights of people caught in today's breaches, we may be able to get people to take action on their own behalf before it's too late.

In the meantime, there's only four months before the EU's General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect, which will make almost all the practices described in this report illegal, on penalty of hundreds of millions in fines. No one has really done anything to prepare for this imminent day -- they seem to be playing chicken with the EU, betting that if no one complies with the rule, the EU won't just turn around and start shutting down the entire internet industry. That's a pretty high-stakes bet.
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Facebook admits social media can HARM democracy: Execs say the site was 'far too slow' in spotting 'abuse' since the US election as fake news and foreign interference 'corrode' the democratic process

It warned it could offer no assurance that social media was good for democracy
But it said it was trying what it could to stop alleged meddling in elections
The sharing of misleading headlines on social media has become a global issue, after accusations that Russia tried to influence votes in the United States
Facebook is now looking to change News Feed, to prioritize friends and family
This will also make news less prominent, while boosting 'high quality' content

By Reuters and Cheyenne Macdonald For Dailymail.com
Published: 10:02, 22 January 2018 | Updated: 19:35, 22 January 2018



Facebook has finally admitted that the social media platform may be detrimental to democracy.

In a series of blog posts today, Facebook execs said the site was ‘far too slow’ in identifying negative influences that rose with the 2016 US election, citing Russian interference, 'toxic discourse,' and the ‘dangerous consequences’ of fake news.

Now, Facebook says it is ‘making up for lost time’ in fighting forces that threaten to 'corrode' democracy.

The firm is set to roll out major changes to the News Feed, with plans to prioritize content from friends and family, and make posts from business, brands, and media less prominent – and, ensure the 'news people see, while less overall, is high quality.'

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Old 23-01-2018, 04:09 PM   #378
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Investigating Alternatives To Microsoft Windows Can Get You On The NSA List
(Daniel Jennings) Simply using certain encryption services or investigating alternatives to Microsoft Windows could get you placed under surveillance by the National Security Agency (NSA) and other intelligence organizations, according to a new report.

Utilizing encryption solutions such as TOR could result in monitoring by the NSA and its allies, including Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), according to the report in the German me­dia out­let Ta­gesschau.

The NSA tracks people with a surveillance tool called XKeyscore.

“Anyone who is determined to be using Tor is also targeted for long-term surveillance and retention,” Corey Doctorow wrote at the BoingBoing.net blog.

The German outlet said computer experts watched the XKeyscore code and found that the NSA was constantly monitoring TOR users on servers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, the National Journal reported.

TOR is a program that lets a person stay private by routing communications through computers and servers all over the world. It makes it much harder for the NSA and other agencies to track.

Other Behaviors the NSA Regards as Dangerous

The German report listed a number of seemingly innocent and harmless behaviors that can trigger NSA surveillance, the National Journal said. They include:

Going to Linux Journal, a popular forum for the open-sourced operating system Linux. The NSA apparently regards Linux Journal as an extremist forum.
Searching for information about Tails, a popular operating system used by human rights advocates.
Searching for information about any Windows alternative.
Searching for information about online privacy.

“The better able you are at protecting your privacy online, the more suspicious you become,” National Journal’s Paul Tucker wrote.
http://govtslaves.info/2015/12/inves...-the-nsa-list/
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The BBC launched a scheme to help young people tell truth from fiction! it would be funny if it weren't so tragic....

Government announces anti-fake news unit
4 hours ago

The UK government is to establish a new unit to counter "fake news", Downing Street has said.

Theresa May's spokesman said the "dedicated national security communications unit" would be charged with "combating disinformation by state actors and others".

"We are living in an era of fake news and competing narratives," he said.

The phrase "fake news" has recently emerged and is frequently used by US President Donald Trump.
What is fake news?

Completely false information, photos or videos purposefully created and spread to confuse or misinform

Information, photos or videos manipulated to deceive - or old photographs shared as new

Satire or parody which means no harm but can fool people

A committee of MPs is currently carrying out an inquiry into the "growing phenomenon" and has demanded information from Facebook and Twitter including on Russian activity during the EU referendum.

Downing Street told political reporters: "The government will respond with more and better use of national security communications to tackle these interconnected complex challenges.

"We will build on existing capabilities by creating a dedicated national security communications unit. This will be tasked with combating disinformation by state actors and others. It will more systematically deter our adversaries and help us deliver on national security priorities."

Last month the BBC launched a new scheme to help young people identify real news and filter out fake or false information.

The new fake news unit was agreed at a meeting of the National Security Council (NSC).
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-42791218
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May to target social media giants by calling for investors to stop funding ‘harmful content’
Published time: 25 Jan, 2018 09:37

Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to call on investors to pull the plug on social media giants for their failure to clear their platforms of “harmful” content when she addresses the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

The Tory leader, who has previously admonished internet giants such as Facebook and Google over their failure to clampdown on extremist content online, will argue in her speech that stakeholders have the power to “make a big difference.”

According to The Independent, she will cite Telegram as a messaging platform that has taken initiatives to censor extremist content. The PM will also acknowledge shareholders of Facebook and Twitter, who recently demanded an end to secrecy about sexual harassment, fake news and hate speech on their platforms.

“Investors can make a big difference here by ensuring trust and safety issues are being properly considered. And I urge them to do so,” the prime minister is expected to say.

Calling for a coalition of forces to eradicate the spread of hazardous content, she will say: “We also need cross-industry responses because smaller platforms can quickly become home to criminals and terrorists.

We have seen that happen with Telegram. And we need to see more cooperation from smaller platforms like this. No one wants to be known as ‘the terrorists’ platform’ or the first-choice app for pedophiles.

“Second, investors can play a vital role by considering the social impact of the companies they are investing in. They can use their influence to ensure these issues are taken seriously,” the PM will say, as she addresses the global elite gathering for the annual event in the Swiss mountains.
https://www.rt.com/uk/416934-theresa...ampaign=chrome
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