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Google: Drop Dragonfly!
Science & Tech  (tags: Internet, search engines, communications, Asia, China, censorship, petitions )

Freya
- 90 days ago - e-activist.com
In August 2018, despite promising not to support censorship in China, Google was prepared to break its promise and launch a search engine that would comply with the Chinese government's repressive internet regulations.
Google Trading Internet Freedoms for Profit
Science & Tech  (tags: computers, communications, search engines, social media, censorship, spying, petitions, privacy )

Freya
- 130 days ago - action.amnesty.org.au
In 2010, the largest search engine in the world made a promise not to support China's censorship of the internet. But in August 2018 it was revealed that Google was preparing to break their promise.
Google's Prototype For China Searches Links To Phone Numbers
Science & Tech  (tags: censorship, Google, China search engine, surveillance technology )

Ellyn
- 213 days ago - technocracy.news
Google has joined the Dark Side in China. The Chinese version of its search engine, code-named Dragonfly, will match searches with phone numbers, giving Technocrats instant knowledge of your every move on the Internet.
Trump's Administration's Seven Banned Words Are An Attack on Science
Science & Tech  (tags: verbiage, censorship, Trump regime, research, climate change, sexuality )

Freya
- 485 days ago - cnn.com
This goes far beyond an attack on lexicon or word-choice. A ban on words not only creates barriers for scientists who need to communicate, but also breaks public trust in the areas they are meant to investigate and research.
Facebook: Don't Censor Human Rights Documentation
Science & Tech  (tags: social media, human rights, censorship, petitions )

Freya
- 866 days ago - petitions.signforgood.com
Facebook, a platform increasingly used to document human rights abuses, has censored human rights documentation, including content that depicts police violence.
Act Now to Stop Internet Censorship
Science & Tech  (tags: censorship, computers, internet, abuse, corruption, dishonesty, ethics, freedoms, government )

Kathy
- 1436 days ago - battleforthenet.com
Congress just introduced legislation to "Fast Track" the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP. It's a secretive deal, negotiated behind closed doors by government bureaucrats and corporate lobbyists, containing dangerous provisions (like SOPA) that threaten
Say No to Internet Censorship
Science & Tech  (tags: computers, censorship, rights, trade, humans, internet, world )

Kathy
- 2030 days ago - openmedia.org
For the first time, actual Presidents and Prime Ministers of 12 powerful countries will meet behind closed doors to seal an extreme Internet censorship plan called the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP)
Apple: Don't Censor Tibet ACTION US
Science & Tech  (tags: world, China, Apple, technology, apps, censorship, humanrights, corruption )

Nancy
- 2178 days ago - secure3.convio.net
Tell Apple to return the 'Jingdian Shucheng' app to the App Store and stop facilitating the Chinese government's suppression of information and repression of free thinking.
Canada: New Policy Gives Government Power to Muzzle DFO Scientists
Science & Tech  (tags: Canada, Harper, research, censorship, scientists, news )

Mike
- 2258 days ago - ipolitics.ca
Canada, the only parliamentary democracy in the Commonwealth where a government has been found in contempt of Parliament, is now the only democracy in the world where a government bureaucrat can suppress scientific research.
Canadian Government Is Wrong to Muzzle Its Scientists
Science & Tech  (tags: science, scientists, Canada, Harper, censorship, propaganda, research, politics, muzzling, environment, ozone )

Michael
- 2290 days ago - montrealgazette.com
It is dismaying that the present Conservative government in Ottawa is so insecure that it is afraid to let scientists in its employ speak freely about their findings.
The Next Internet?
Science & Tech  (tags: kill switch, censoring, internet 2, censorship )

Sir Walk
- 3000 days ago - shareable.net
That's right, I propose we abandon the Internet, or at least accept the fact that it has been surrendered to corporate control like pretty much everything else in Western society. It was bound to happen, and its flawed, centralized architecture made it...
Websites With U.S. Government ICE Seized Domains Are Now Moving Onto Twitter
Science & Tech  (tags: ICE, COICA, homeland-security, DHS, Internet, media, congress, politics, government, democrats, republicans, police-state, censorship, freedoms, rights, ethics, constitution, twitter, domain, u.s., america, society, national-security, tech, technology )

PinkMindy
- 3063 days ago - newsit.es
Last week while everyone was waiting for the COICA Internet Control Bill to move through Congress, the Homeland Security ICE Internet police force seized multiple domains and posted their ominous official warning shield.
In China, Censorship Is a Growth Industry
Science & Tech  (tags: Interntet, computers, cell phones, text messages, communist China, censorship, Human Rights )

Marta
- 3296 days ago - nytimes.com
Today, China censors everything from the traditional print press to domestic and foreign Internet sites; from cellphone text messages to social networking services; from online chat rooms to blogs, films and e-mail. It even censors online games.
The Federal Files Mystery
Science & Tech  (tags: government documents, censorship, computer files, suppression of evidence, incompetence, federal archives, lost computer files )

RC
- 3869 days ago - nytimes.com
Federal authorities admit to not having a cohesive plan to preserve digital-age documents, but MY take is that a lot of this material is deliberately "lost". Read this article to see what's disappearing from government websites.
How PBS and Chevron Killed Alternative Fuel in 1983
Science & Tech  (tags: SOCIAL engineering, money, oil, PBS, how to make, alcohol, for, fuel, replace, gasoline, censorship, transportation, society, War, war crimes, corruption, americans, ethics, freedoms, media, world, sadness, tv )

Gregory
- 3876 days ago - brasschecktv.com
VIDEO:Twenty-five year ago, America and the rest of the world could have solved its gasoline problem once and for all. But PBS and Chevron had other ideas.A multi-trillion dollar fraud that hooked the modern world on gasoline and methodically buried
 

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