New California Bill Would ELIMINATE Free Speech, Require ‘Online Fact Checkers’


California Senator Richard Pan, the infamous fascist who forced a mandatory vaccination law through in order to rake in money from big pharma, has decided there should no longer be free speech for anyone other than the government. Pan’s new bill proposes to require “online fact checkers” to verify content before anything can be posted on the internet.

Anyone who has ever said tyranny cannot come to America has been proven wrong. Pan’s new bill would basically outlaw questioning the government’s official narrative, and is reminiscent of the book burning days of Nazi Germany. The bill supposedly only targets social media in California, but as Jon Rappaport points out, once you read the bill, it applies to the whole of the internet.

This isn’t some sort of prank either. The leftists in power are getting desperate in their attempt to control information and produce propaganda and this is just more evidence of such. We experienced evidence of this yesterday when SHTFPlan reported that the Department of Homeland Security has been instructed to compile a database of all journalists and online “media influencers.”… more

What does this sound like? China readying Social Credit System where citizens receive scores based on their online obedience to the state —- China is planning to implement a system wherein its citizens will be ranked and given ratings based on a certain set of specified criteria, like social media activity and online obedience to the state. The system, called the Social Credit System, is said to be in place for a country-wide launch some time in 2020. Some Chinese citizens don’t seem to be bothered by it at all, but many have expressed staunch opposition….

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Google Chrome browser scans all the files on your computer, including private photos, documents and spreadsheets


Google has come under fire for many questionable actions as of late — and the startling revelation that their widely used web browser, Google Chrome, is scanning personal computers around the world is nothing short of infuriating for its users. Big Brother is here — and countless numbers of people have invited this authoritarian presence (in one form or another) while being none the wiser. Indeed, some of the world’s largest corporations (like Google and Amazon) are continuing to find new ways to invade user privacy.

In addition to a spying web browser, devices like Google Home and the Amazon Echo (and Alexa) are going places where the prying eyes of corporate interests have never gone before. Worse still, they’ve convinced us to willingly purchase these devices and place them in our homes. People are actually paying for the “privilege” of being spied on — all the while turning a blind eye to the total invasion of privacy for the sake of “convenience” and keeping up with the Jones’…. more

We use brave (browser) and epic search (browser) and we also use start page (search engine) or duck duck go (search engine). These are all private browsers and search engines.

PedoGate Indictment Unsealed – 73% Of Suspected Child Trafficking Reports Involved Backpage And The Trump Administration Shut Them Down


BackPageIndictmentarticle1.jpgOn April 8, 2018 ANP reported that the ad listing service Backpage, a site which facilitated sex trafficking as well as sexual exploitation and trafficking of minors, had been seized by the U.S. government on April 6, 2018, and that Michael Lacey and James Larkin of Paradise Valley, former owners and co-founders, had contributed heavily to Democrats, Democratic committees and PACs, and to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

On April 9, 2018 the Department of Justice issued their press release and statements regarding the seizure of the website and the arrest of seven individuals who were charged in a 93-count federal indictment. The 61 page federal indictment has been unsealed and is embedded at the bottom of the article.

While in our previous piece about the Backpage seizure and arrests we focused on a disturbing pattern we notice of large democratic donors being connected to sexual harassment, pedophilia, rape and more, after reading the recently released indictment, and doing more research into Backpage, it is important to expand a bit more on just how huge a part Backpage played in the human trafficking, sexual exploitation and trafficking of children in America…. more

Praise God, Praise God, Praise God. Our prayers are being answered. Read our article on Pedophile Network Undercover In Your Backyard? Do you approve? We added a prayer to this article and the prayers are coming true.

Facebook’s ‘Secret’ File on You Bigger Than You Realize


Facebook’s user data gathering prowess has been common knowledge for some time now, but one journalist’s impromptu experiment suggests it is even more ubiquitous and pervasive than previously believed. Nick Whigham, a reporter for the New Zealand Herald, decided to test out a feature on Facebook that allows users to download a ‘secret’ file showing how much personal history the company has gathered about them. What he discovered is that Facebook not only has disturbingly vast consumer profiles on all 1.4 billion daily users but also tracks the internet movement and personalities of people who don’t even log into the website.

A large part of Facebook’s business model is selling the information it collects about users to advertisers. It’s free to us because we’re the product. Its algorithms track your posts, likes, shares, and preferences, of course, but they also track your overall Internet activity — the websites you go to, your operating system, your IP address, and comments you happen to leave on random forums — via social media plugins and cookies on third-party websites. Even if you’re not logged into Facebook, your browsing behavior is tracked by secret trackers called Pixels, which are embedded on over 10,000 websites. Sorry, social media Luddites — even if you’ve never used Facebook, your online activity is tracked everytime you merely visit a website that contains Facebook ads and trackers…. more

TRUMP’S WIN IS THE REICHSTAG FIRE OF INTERNET CENSORSHIP


Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical left and Islamic terrorism.

Trump’s election victory was the Reichstag fire of internet censorship. The fury and conspiracy theories that followed were not just about bringing down President Trump, but ending free speech online.

It’s no coincidence that the central conspiracy theory surrounding the 2016 election involves free speech or that the solution is internet censorship. The claim that Russian trolls and bots rigged the election has zero actual evidence behind it. But it’s a convenient tool for not only delegitimizing Trump, but the very idea of a free and open internet where anyone can say anything they choose…. more

NEW REASON TO FEAR GOOGLE, FACEBOOK


The threats to freedom of thought aren’t coming from the government these days, but from corporate America, says a columnist in the Wall Street Journal.

Kind of a groupthink, which Psychology Today speaks of as the result of members of a group valuing “harmony and coherence over accurate analysis and critical evaluation.”

“It causes individual members of the group to unquestioningly follow the word of the leader and it strongly discourages any disagreement with the consensus,” the group explains.

It’s Mark Epstein who is noting Google and Facebook account for 84 percent of all digital advertising outside China. This, he claims, gives the companies enormous leverage to censor content… more

Do not fear! Just get off these social medias and stop sharing your life on the internet. If your relationship with Jesus Christ is strong and then you know who you are in Christ. You know NO ONE will be able to tell you different or who you are. Jesus is bigger than them! Know who you are in Jesus the Christ!

Keystroke Surveillance – Popular Websites Are Tracking Every Click You Make


If someone secretly installed software on your computer that recorded every single keystroke that you made, would you be alarmed? Of course you would be, and that is essentially what is taking place on more than 400 of the most popular websites on the entire Internet.

For a long time we have known that nothing that we do on the Internet is private, but this new revelation is deeply, deeply disturbing. In my novel entitled “The Beginning Of The End”, I attempted to portray the “Big Brother” surveillance grid which is constantly evolving all around us, but even I didn’t know that things were quite this bad.

According to an article that was just published by Ars Technica, when you visit the websites that have installed this secret surveillance code, it is like someday is literally “looking over your shoulder”… read more

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The Google Gate by Hal Lindsey


Tucker Carlson of Fox News recently called Google, “The most powerful company in the history of the world.”

That’s an amazing statement, but hard to argue with. There are dozens of internet search engines, but Google controls 81% of the market. The internet holds the world’s data, and the world uses Google to access it.

Early on, the company promised “unbiased and objective” search results. But Google has a point of view. This month, their biases were exposed to the whole world.

It started when Google sent a young engineer, James Damore, to a diversity seminar in China. He later described it as “a lot of just shaming.” On the flight back to the U.S., he wrote a memo about diversity at the company…. read more

opinion: We do not use google to search for information we use startpage, duckduckgo and we use safe browsers like brave and epic. These companies do not track you nor sell your information to others.