Tag: censorship

We Need to Talk About Search

08/16/201967 Comments


Why does no one seem to understand the bigger picture of search algorithm manipulation. This isn’t about being able to work around search blacklists to find certain information, it’s about how we are being steered toward a future where we will not have control over search results at all. We will ask our computer oracles a question and we will get one pre-approved answer. This is the nightmare future we are stumbling into, and (almost) no one seems to get it.

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What Would You Ban?

08/09/201947 Comments


So if the FBI is calling for social media companies to ban conspiracy theory content because it is “potentially harmful,” then what other kinds of content should be banned from the net? Russiagate conspiracy theories? Harmful images of people ingesting GMOs and endocrine disrupting chemicals and other toxins? What else? Feel free to chime in below!

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YouTube Blacklists Federal Reserve Information. It’s Up To YOU To Spread It!

08/05/201924 Comments


Breitbart finally covers the story of how Chris Hayes got YouTube to blacklist the search term “federal reserve” and scrub Century of Enslavement from those search results. Today, James puts out the challenge: can you break through the information blockade with good old word of mouth?

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The Information War is Over and We Have Lost. Change My Mind.

07/30/2019104 Comments


The ability to view alternative ideas and contrary opinions and come to our own conclusions is the basis of cognitive liberty. Big tech is now turning the screws and making sure that no one using their platforms will find these alternative viewpoints. Sure, there will be ways to get this information out, but most people will never even know that it exists. This battle in the information war has been lost. Change my mind.

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Ripple Hat Swapcast on Silicon Censorship

07/30/2019


James Corbett, Ricky Varandas and Sam Tripoli team up for another roundtable swapcast. This time, they discuss online censorship, where it’s going and what it means for the web.

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Interview 1467 – Ripple Hat Swapcast on Silicon Censorship

07/29/201911 Comments

James Corbett, Ricky Varandas and Sam Tripoli team up for another roundtable swapcast. This time, they discuss online censorship, where it’s going and what it means for the web.

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Steal This Video (Please!)

07/27/2019


What is “intellectual property,” exactly? Where does this pernicious idea come from? And how does this philosophical wrong turn lead us not just into the heart of absurdity, but toward the censorship of the internet and the control of your genome? Find out in this jam-packed edition of The Corbett Report . . . and stay tuned for the worldwide debut of James Corbett’s blockbuster online protest song, “IP Freely (Screw YouTube)”!

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Episode 360 – Steal This Podcast (Please!)

07/26/201945 Comments

What is “intellectual property,” exactly? Where does this pernicious idea come from? And how does this philosophical wrong turn lead us not just into the heart of absurdity, but toward the censorship of the internet and the control of your genome? Find out in this jam-packed edition of The Corbett Report . . . and stay tuned for the worldwide debut of James Corbett’s blockbuster online protest song, “IP Freely (Screw YouTube)”!

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Interview 1466 – Steering Revolutions on Declare Your Independence

07/25/20199 Comments

James joins Ernest Hancock of Declare Your Independence for their regular interview on all the latest news. This week they discuss the EU copyright directive, gaslighting, color revolutions and modeling real discourse.

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Glyn Moody on the EU Copyright Directive

07/25/2019


Writer and journalist Glyn Moody joins us today to discuss his recent TechDirt article, “EU Looking To Regulate Everything Online, And To Make Sites Proactively Remove Material.” We discuss the recently-passed EU copyright directive, including the imposition of upload filters, and the recently-leaked working paper on the EU Digital Services Act. We also remember some of the successes that protesters have had in the wake of internet-killing copyright legislation in the past.

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