Google Was Put In Its Place: IT Giant Banned From Censorship In Russia

Google Was Put In Its Place: IT Giant Banned From Censorship In Russia

A striking example here is the attack on the accounts of the “Tsargrad” TV channel, the “Dvuglavogo Orla” society for the development of Russian historical education, one of the main Crimean channels, and a number of resources that cover the real situation in Donbass without embellishment.

And here it is possible – and necessary – to talk not about the actions of “Google” itself, but about a purposeful policy directed against Russia as such. After all, it has long been known that the IT giant is very closely linked to the American intelligence services and, as has been noted more than once by investigators (by the way, not only Russian, if anything), at one time it was created with the money of the US intelligence community.

Google is protecting the establishment by censoring what is really happening in Donbass!

Facebook Says It Is Restricting the Spread of an Inflammatory, Dubious Story About Hunter Biden

Facebook claims it is restricting access to a New York Post story published Wednesday that suggests, via emails purportedly “obtained” by Rudy Giuliani and Steve Bannon, some new untoward business involving Hunter Biden and the Ukrainian oil company he sat on the board of, Burisma.

Facebook Says It Is Restricting the Spread of an Inflammatory, Dubious Story About Hunter Biden

From British Israelism to the Miami Model: What’s Behind QAnon’s 2020 Resurgence?

From British Israelism to the Miami Model: What’s Behind QAnon’s 2020 Resurgence?

The ubiquitous presence of elements from law enforcement throughout the gestation of the phenomenon, as well as the grand narrative concocted with virtually every significant “conspiracy theory” in recent American history – from the Kennedy assassination to 9/11 – recast as a backdrop for an absurd tale about the redemption of the country, all point to QAnon being an elaborate psyop to justify internet de-platforming of dissident voices, on the one hand, and the potential real-world confrontation between nationalist, pro-cop groups and left-leaning contingents of the BLM, anti-police brutality crowd to justify a more severe crackdown on civil liberties, that began almost twenty years ago with the passage of the Patriot Act.

Trump doesn’t need Russian trolls to spread disinformation. The mainstream media does it for him

Trump doesn’t need Russian trolls to spread disinformation. The mainstream media does it for him

“If Biden wins clearly by mail-in voting and not in-person voting, you may well have tens of millions of people persuaded that the election was stolen,” Yochai Benkler, the center’s co-director and a Harvard Law School professor, told me. And their outrage could translate into violence.

The disinformation campaign “is transmitted primarily through mass media, including outlets on the center-left and in the mainstream,” Benkler said. In particular, it may be those outlets that try hardest to seem unbiased that are doing a lot of the heavy lifting, he said — in part because of their broad reach and their influence on less-partisan voters.

Related:

Mail-In Voter Fraud: Anatomy of a Disinformation Campaign