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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…

PC Magazine Advises Verizon 5G Phone Users to Turn it Off and/or Disable It Due to Slow Speed

By B.N. Frank Cities worldwide AND entire countries have taken action to ban, delay, halt, and limit 5G installation AS WELL AS issue moratoriums due to biological, environmental, and safety risks.  American 5G opposition continues to increase for a variety of valid reasons and has been the topic of several “Dilbert” cartoons.  This being the…

Hackers Can Track Wireless Users’ Locations and Record Conversations Due to Longtime Network Flaw

By B.N. Frank Hackers can cause catastrophic problems no matter who or what is targeted – businesses (see 1, 2), hospitals (see 1, 2, 3), municipal governments, medical devices, personal devices (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7), security systems and other “Smart” home devices (see 1, 2, 3), utility grids (see 1, 2,…

Twitter Blocks Users From Liking, Replying-To Trump Tweets As President Rages Over SCOTUS, Barr, & ‘RINO’ Governors

Twitter on Saturday temporarily blocked users from ‘liking’ or replying to tweets made by President Trump, who spent much of the morning on a tirade against the US Supreme Court, Attorney General Bill Barr, and “RINO” (Republican-in-name-only) governors of Georgia and Arizona. Twitter is now preventing users from liking and replying to some of President…

Today: Tell Congress Not To Bankrupt Internet Users

By Katharine Trendacosta and Jason Kelley We are at a critical juncture in the world of copyright claims. The “Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement Act”—the CASE Act—is apparently being considered for inclusion in next week’s spending bill. That is “must pass” legislation—in other words, legislation that is vital to the function of the government and…

Google Drive takes down user’s personal copy of Judy Mikovits’ Plandemic after it was flagged by The Washington Post

Google is now applying its controversial coronavirus misinformation policies to users’ personal files. If you support freedom of speech subscribe to Reclaim The Net. Ever since Big Tech platforms started cracking down on what they deem to be coronavirus misinformation, the media has been willfully flagging alleged violations to social media companies and getting content taken…