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Collective Actions Censorship

Liberating ourselves from Facebook: We are going to MeWe

When we published Nicanor’s Open Letter to President Rodrigo Duterte last April, our website received more than 100,000 page views from over 74,000 users over a few days. To get as many people are possible to pay attention to the letter, we used a variety of methods of distribution. Our stats showed that a large […]

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Censorship Societal

Corporate media is weaponized infotainment meant to control us

In this March 15, 2020 article for Vision Launch, Marc Zorn explores how corporate media is influencing our lies, and preprogramming our minds to accept their agenda.  Zorn says that there is a major flaw in the business model of corporate media. Though they profess to “serve” citizens by offering an insight to the latest news […]

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Censorship

Why censorship is backfiring on Big Tech

Censorship is a major concern because limited information reduces the understanding of an issue because the picture is incomplete. In this article for Vision Launch, Marc Zorn looks at the many impacts of censorship and why it is dangerous, especially when it is implemented during a time of crisis. Zorn says that censorship prevents people from […]

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Censorship

Facebook continues crack down on links to alternative platforms

When the Plandemic video was taken down by YouTube, individuals saved, reuploaded, and re-shared the video through Facebook. But Facebook learned its lesson and began blocking alternative platforms which hosted the video.  When altCensored cataloged the Plandemic documentary, Facebook blocked the preview images to the site which then led to the abrupt drop in traffic. […]

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Censhorship Censorship

Zoom Joins Censorship Bandwagon for China

On June, 12,2020 Reclaim The Net revealed that Zoom was tweaking its app to enable it to restrict the participation of users from targeted geographic areas of the world. Zoom’s rationale for censorship of certain users is to ‘comply with requests from local authorities’. As it turns out, that “local authority” is China. Zoom has […]