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EU President: "Unbridled Power Held " By Big Tech CEOs Must Be "Reined In"

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen informed President-elect Joe Biden ahead of today’s inauguration that Silicon Valley CEOs have no authority to decide on laws and rules, according to RT News.  Von der Leyen said in a speech on Wednesday to the European Parliament that the incoming Biden administration must begin to regulate big…

Censored by Facebook and Twitter? New Bill Allows Users to Sue Big Tech for Being Silenced

By Matt Agorist Everyone reading this article right now has likely experienced or knows someone who has experienced some form of social media censorship. Whether your entirely peaceful post was “removed for violating community guidelines” or you were unceremoniously silenced for life, Facebook and Twitter censorship affects millions. No matter what degree of big tech…

If Martin Luther King Jr. Were Alive Today, Big Tech Would’ve Already Banned Him

By Matt Agorist Earlier this month, Donald Trump and 70,000,000 of his supporters were wiped off of Facebook and Twitter in a coordinated move by big tech censors. This move was largely praised by the left as the vitriol spewed by many of these folks, including the president, was inflammatory, offensive, and some of it…

One Bank Makes A Big Call: "Vaccinations Should Bring Virus Under Control In Next Few Weeks"

One month ago, we presented to our readers an analysis from Goldman Sachs, according to which the rapid rollout of vaccinations at long-term care facilities would lead to a decline in US hospitalizations around Jan 9, and would then push total covid-related hospitalizations to nearly zero by the end of the month. While Goldman may…

Families, Not the Government, Should Regulate Big Tech

By Kerry McDonald I watched The Social Dilemma with my 12-year-old son this week and it couldn’t be more timely. A Netflix original docu-drama that was released last fall, The Social Dilemma emphasizes how the underlying algorithms and business models of social media companies keep us hooked and could contribute to polarization. Most of the…

Big Tech’s CES Annual Showcase Promotes COVID Detection Products – No Mention of Privacy, Security, or Health Risks

By B.N. Frank For many years, privacy and security experts have warned about privacy and cybersecurity risks associated with ALL “Smart” and wireless technology – cell phones (see 1, 2, 3), medical devices and implants (see 1, 2), personal and “Smart” home devices and wearables (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), utility “Smart” meters…

Big Tech Isn't As Clean As You Think

Authored by Irene Slav via OilPrice.com, They are among the biggest – and most generous – backers of the renewable energy shift. They are advertising themselves as environmentally responsible companies that source their raw materials from ethical locations and cutting the offering of products that consumers don’t use to reduce packaging-related emissions. And they are…

How “Big Food” Influences Public Health Policy to the Detriment of Public Health

By B.N. Frank In 2018, PBS produced a program with Mark Hyman, MD – “What the Heck Should I Eat?”  Throughout the program, Dr. Hyman makes some very unsavory comments about the Food Industry.  Of course, he’s not the first and he won’t be the last.  More recently, Dr. Mercola heavily criticized them as well. …

Software Engineer Exposes Big Tech Censorship Strategies Which Include Use of AI and “Blacklists”

By B.N. Frank Big Tech continues to be criticized for excessive public surveillance (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), neglecting to reduce and recycle toxic Electronic Waste (E-Waste), endangering humanity with the misuse of Artificial Intelligence (AI), and of course, censorship. A 2-part segment about increasing internet censorship was featured on this week’s episode…

Pro-China Authorities Block HK-Protest Website Simultaneous With US Big Tech's Own Crackdown

It appears Beijing and Hong Kong’s pro-mainland security services have been little deterred by the recent targeted Trump administration sanctions of officials involved in enforcing the controversial national security law, designed to essentially given Hong Kong carte blanche in cracking down on local independence related activism. This past week authorities moved for the first time…

Big Telecom’s Massive Influence on Journalism, Science and Gov’t Policy on 5G, Cell Phone, and WiFi Radiation (Exposé)

By B.N. Frank The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is supposed to protect Americans by regulating the telecom industry.  It has catered to industry instead for decades (see 1, 2).  Despite repeated requests by doctors and scientists (see 1, 2), the agency refuses to update 24-year-old federal radiation exposure guidelines.  Lawsuits have been filed against them…

The Big Tech Exodus Has Begun – Join Us! (Updated)

By Activist Post UPDATE: Here’s another reminder of where to find us as the Big Tech purge goes into overdrive with the latest round of excuses for its fascism. Please keep in mind that these platforms are seeing unprecedented surges of interest, so they may be glitchy as things scale up. Big Tech can’t seem…

WTI Slips Below $50 After Big Product Build Offsets Some Saudi-Shocker Gains

Oil prices soared today on the heels of Saudi’s self-sacrificial slashing of 1mm b/d output. They said this action was “pre-emptive” which, to us at least, does not seem like a positive catalyst – just how worried are they? How much did they want to suck up to Russia with a Biden admin coming in?…

The American System Is One Big Grift

Authored by Peter van Buren via TheAmericanConservative.com, The Bidens, and even the Clintons, are small-time players. The real corruption is much bigger, much higher, and entirely unpunished. I learned the facts of life from a drunk uncle. He was not an American, and worked in international construction in Asia. His main job was to bribe…

Chicago Teachers Union Big Shot Says Unsafe To Teach Live… From Her Pool Side In Puerto Rico

By Mark Glennon of Wirepoints Check out WGN’s story about an executive board member at the Chicago Teachers Union. Hypocrite Sarah Chambers enjoying some time away from the Rona. “As recently as Thursday,” according to WGN, Sarah Chambers “tweeted to rally special education teachers not to return to work Monday because it’s unsafe. Just a few…

Researchers Say Big Tech Has to Do More to Reduce Toxic E-Waste Levels. Making Phones with Longer Life Spans Would Help

By B.N. Frank Materials needed to make digital, electronic, and wireless devices and infrastructure are often referred to as “Conflict Minerals” because of their devastating environmental and humanitarian costs which include massive amounts of toxic Electronic Waste being added to landfills. Earlier this year, the U.N. warned that 82% of E-Waste is NOT being recycled…

Cost Of Doing Business: Big Banks Have Paid $195 Billion In Fines Since 2000

By Tyler Durden Often times when the “too big to fail” banks are caught with their hands in the cookie jar (or placing the entire global economy on the precipice of collapse, as was the case in 2008), nobody goes to jail and the banks wind up paying a hefty fine and putting the “youthful indiscretions”…

Richie Allen Interviews Spiro Skouras About Recent Big Tech Suspension and Much More

By Richie Allen On the last Richie Allen Show of 2020, Richie is joined by the independent journalist, Spiro Skouras. Spiro and Richie chat about UK government claims of a new faster spreading Coronavirus mutation, Health Freedom Passports and their implications for employees, the 4th Industrial Revolution, claims of a UN army of voluntary trolls,…

Telecom Expert Says U.S. Needs to Break Up Big Telecom and Big Cable ASAP

By B.N. Frank The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is supposed to protect Americans from the telecom industry.  They have been doing a lousy job for decades (see 1, 2) and have become more dangerous during the Trump administration.  The agency refuses to update antiquated and insufficient federal radiation exposure guidelines despite repeated requests by doctors…

Q3 Bank CRE Loan Performance: Delinquencies Spike For Big Retail And Small Hotel Sectors

By commercial-real estate experts Trepp Summary: The overall credit performance of commercial real estate (CRE) loans in bank portfolios continues to show signs of pandemic related stress with increasing delinquency rates and charge-offs and downward migration of risk ratings. While anecdotal feedback from lenders indicates that relief granted through deferrals and forbearance early in the…