The Daily Stormer’s unceremonious booting from large swathes of the internet has made plenty of headlines; tech companies, the story goes, are “joining the resistance.” Silicon Valley is conducting a “Nazi purge,” and Charlottesville is “reshaping the fight against online hate.”
Hate speech is not free speech,” the Left increasingly insists – particularly on college and university campuses. In my new book The Complete Infidel’s Guide to Free Speech (and Its Enemies), I show why the very concept of hate speech is a scam.
Google operates a little-known program to harness the brain power of university researchers to help sway opinion and public policy, cultivating financial relationships with professors at campuses from Harvard University to the University of California, Berkeley.
This Wednesday, internet netroots and online behemoths will host an “Internet-Wide Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality” expected to slow down websites and online portals, as well as post language encouraging Americans to “fight to save the free and open Internet.”
In the last 24 hours more than twenty Catholic pages, some with millions of followers, have been blocked by Facebook for unknown reasons. Of the known affected pages, 21 are based in Brazil, and four are English-language pages, with administrators in the U.S. and Africa. Most of the blocked pages had significant followings – between hundreds […]
More than 1.3 million comments supporting government regulations over the internet appear to have been submitted by users outside of the U.S., according to a forensic analysis published Monday. Specifically, several remarks filed to the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) public forum for net neutrality were done so from Germany, Russia and France, the National Legal and Policy Center […]
It’s the Russians again. But this time it’s George Soros’ strange bedfellows pro-censorship coalition including Internet giants Google, Facebook, Amazon, as well as the salacious extreme-and-abusive-sex website PornHub, that have flooded the FCC with thousands of “citizen comments” coming from Russia, of all places, opposing the FCC’s planned repeal of the Obama-era “Net Neutrality” rules.
Last week’s “Internet Day of Action,” organized by Battle for the Net, underscored that special interests in Silicon Valley, elite advocacy activists, and pro-regulation academics care about one thing – controlling the future of the internet by any means necessary. Yet, while they promised to make their online day of disruption loud and unavoidable, the […]
Net Neutrality activists held signs declaring “Ban Drudge” and “Ban Infowars” while calling for the regulation of on-line speech outside the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday.
Net neutrality activists currently targeting Federal Communications Commission Chairman (FCC) Ajit Pai involve several individuals who are associated with groups that have a history of violence.