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2 days ago

Fourteen or more UK Tory MPs DOXXED as having had Parler accounts

At least fourteen Tory MPs in the UK Parliament joined Parler, the controversial social media platform now fighting for its existence, before it went offline.

James Anthony
2 days ago

Massive anti-lockdown protests fill streets of Amsterdam

Despite orders to the contrary, thousands of people gathered in one of Amsterdam's main squares Sunday to demand an end to the nationwide COVID-19 lockdowns.

James Anthony
2 days ago

Guatemalan security forces fight newly-formed caravan headed for U.S. border

A caravan that was formed in Honduras earlier this week and has made its way to Guatemala where it has reportedly gotten violent with Guatemalan security forces.

James Anthony
3 days ago

Tucker Carlson tears into Canadian Heritage Minister over social media censorship plans

Fox News's Tucker Carlson had very scathing commentary directed at Steven Guilbeault, Canada's minister of culture for his announcement that Canada plans to censor social media.

James Anthony
4 days ago

Switzerland to hold referendum on COVID lockdowns

Switzerland will hold a referendum on whether or not the government should retain power to impose new lockdown measures in coming days.

James Anthony
6 days ago

Creator of World Wide Web wants to re-make the internet

Berners-Lee places a great emphasis on the importance of individuals keeping their personal data in their hands.

Joe Vaughan
7 days ago

Ricky Gervais's cat has had its Twitter account suspended

The award winning British celebrity Ricky Gervais's beloved cat, Pickles, has somehow also ran afoul of Twitter's guidelines and managed to get his account suspended.

James Anthony
7 days ago

Twitter conducts mass deletion of 70,000 allegedly QAnon-associated accounts

Twitter spokespeople mentioned that on Monday it had removed a further 70,000 accounts associated with the QAnon movement, as the company continues to crack down.

James Anthony
8 days ago

Angela Merkel SLAMS Twitter's Trump ban

Angela Merkel, the Chancellor of Germany, called Twitter's decision to ban President Donald Trump from it's platform, "problematic".

James Anthony
8 days ago

Elon Musk's Starlink internet service now shipping in the UK

UK regulators have now approved the new Starlink satellite internet service from Elon Musk, and beta kits have started to ship out.

James Anthony
9 days ago

Social media platforms could face fines in Poland for censoring free speech

In December, the Polish government announced an initiative that may compel social media companies to uphold free speech or recieve fines of roughly two million dollars, if they remove content or block an account that does not break the law in Poland.

Ian Miles Cheong
9 days ago

Red Scare deletes Twitter account, "pre-emptively self-ejecting"

The Red Scare Podcast is the latest in a long list of accounts to get booted from Twitter in what is being described as a social media purge.

James Anthony
10 days ago

Mozilla, developers of Firefox: 'We need more than deplatforming'

Mitchell Baker, Mozilla's CEO, wrote on Friday on the company's official blog that they plan to go beyond deplatforming in combating what they consider "harmful speech".

James Anthony
15 days ago

England imposes harsher lockdown restrictions

The announcement follows a similar proclamation by Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, who has imposed a similarly strict lockdown in Scotland.

Noah David Alter
15 days ago

Trump administration brokers deal to end Saudi embargo of Qatar

A formal agreement is expected to be signed on Tuesday, with the Gulf states lifting their embargo against Qatar and Qatar ending their legal actions against their governments.

Noah David Alter

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