Facespook! Social media giant becomes arm of US intel

Finian Cunningham (born 1963) has written extensively on international affairs, with articles published in several languages. Originally from Belfast, Ireland, he is a Master’s graduate in Agricultural Chemistry and worked as a scientific editor for the Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, England, before pursuing a career in newspaper journalism. For over 20 years he worked…

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Project Veritas Videos Continue to Expose New York Times Liberal Bias

Written by  C. Mitchell Shaw   With the release of the third in a series of Project Veritas “American Pravda” videos exposing the New York Times, the “newspaper of record” may soon find itself in very real trouble. And while the Times may not be in immediate danger of dying from that exposure, the damage will be…

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EU Journo Guidelines: Do Not Interview ‘Extremists’ or Mention Ethnicity When Reporting Migrant Crime

respectwords.org by CHRIS TOMLINSON17 Oct 2017519 The European Union funded project “Respect Words” has released guidelines for journalists telling them not to talk to “extremists” about illegal mass migration, not to mention the ethnicity of migrant criminals if possible, and to actively counter “hate propaganda”. The 39-page style guide was designed by the “Respect Words” project who say…

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Drudge, Facebook, NYT readers could face libel suits for sharing ‘fake news’

by Paul Bedard | Oct 18, 2017, 12:07 PM Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email this article Share on LinkedIn Print this article Federal Election Commissioner Lee Goodman has fought Democrats over regulating political content on the internet. Examiner photo/Graeme Jenning Political content on the internet, paid or not, should face substantial federal regulation to eliminate undefined “disinformation,” and users of…

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British Police Arrest At Least 3,395 People for ‘Offensive’ Online Comments in One Year

FILIPPO MONTEFORTE/AFP/Getty Images by JACK MONTGOMERY14 Oct 20172,228 British police forces arrested at least nine people a day for “offensive” online comments last year. Figures obtained by The Times through the Freedom of Information Act reveal that 3,395 people across 29 forces were arrested last under section 127 of the Communications Act 2003, which makes it illegal to intentionally “cause annoyance,…

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Oxford Univ. Student Union Bans Christian Union From Fair, Calls Christianity ‘Excuse for Homophobia’

Share On Facebook Share On Twitter By Stoyan Zaimov , Christian Post Reporter | Oct 9, 2017 1:46 PM Video Player (PHOTO: REUTERS/PAUL HACKETT/FILES)Graduates are seen queueing to have their photograph taken after a graduation ceremony at Oxford University, Oxford, southern England in this May 28, 2011 file photograph.  An Oxford University student union reportedly barred the Christian Union from setting…

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H.R. McMaster Calls 9/11 ‘Mass Murder Attack’ — No Mention of Islamic Terrorism

Alex Wong/Getty Images by AARON KLEIN12 Oct 20173,703 NEW YORK — H.R. McMaster, President Trump’s embattled national security adviser, labeled the September 11, 2001, Islamic terrorist attacks “mass murder attacks,” instead of calling them acts of terrorism. McMaster made the comments during a Tuesday event at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) marking the 70th anniversary…

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Twitter Allows Abortion Ads, Blocks Pro-Life Messages as ‘Inflammatory,’ ‘Offensive’

by DR. SUSAN BERRY10 Oct 2017557 Twitter has blocked Rep. Marsha Blackburn’s Senate campaign ad that praises her work as chairwoman of the House Select Panel investigating fetal tissue trafficking, yet it continues to allow Planned Parenthood to advertise abortion. As Breitbart News is reporting, Blackburn, who is running for the U.S. Senate seat of retiring Tennessee…

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Monday, 09 October 2017 1984 Today: View the Wrong Website, Get 15 Years in Prison

Written by  Selwyn Duke   Read the wrong website — go to prison for 15 years. This Orwellian idea will apparently become reality under a proposed United Kingdom measure targeting people who repeatedly view not just jihadist Internet material, but also so-called “far-right propaganda.” The new measure was announced by Britain’s home secretary, Amber Rudd. As The Guardian reported Monday,…

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