Tag: internet

The Gutenberg Revolutions

06/20/2017


The Gutenberg press was the catalyst for the Renaissance and the Reformation, but it shaped what we communicated as much as how we communicated. What, then, to make of the electronic global village of our modern Gutenberg revolution? Are we on the cusp of a new Renaissance, or will this technology only further degrade a culture already in decline? The promise of the Internet: Library of Alexandria or Library of Babel?

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The Weaponization of Information in the War of Terror

06/12/201751 Comments


In the wake of London and Manchester, politicians around the world are trying to convince the public that the free flow of information on the internet is a terror threat. In reality, independent online media are exposing the real terrorists: the politicians and their deep state handlers who are funding, arming, aiding and enabling false flag terror. This is the GRTV Backgrounder on GlobalResearch.ca

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Reality Intercept_ed, False Flag Regulation, Forfeiting Seizures – New World Next Week

06/09/2017


This week on the New World Next Week: A suspicious deep state leaker is arrested after her leak is intercepted by The Intercept; Britain turns to internet censorship after the latest false flag; and the Supreme Court strikes another blow against police theft.

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Interview 1279 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

06/08/201772 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: A suspicious deep state leaker is arrested after her leak is intercepted by The Intercept; Britain turns to internet censorship after the latest false flag; and the Supreme Court strikes another blow against police theft.

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Trumping Nato, Chingenta, Chinternet Names – New World Next Week

05/27/20170 Comments


This week on the New World Next Week: NATO woos Trump with 9/11 blood and steel; China begins GMO propaganda drive; and the Chinternet now requires your real name.

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Interview 1277 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

05/26/201724 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: NATO woos Trump with 9/11 blood and steel; China begins GMO propaganda drive; and the Chinternet now requires your real name.

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The Social Media Exodus Has Begun. Here’s Where Everybody’s Going.

01/13/201710 Comments


10 years ago, everybody was on MySpace. 10 years from now, the Twitters and Facebooks and YouTubes of today will be dinosaurs, abandoned by users sick of censorship and centralized control. Thankfully, the alternatives to these social media dinosaurs are already here, and they’re blockchain-based, torrent friendly, decentralized and censorship resistant.

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The Censorship Solution with Michael Dean

01/13/2017


Michael Dean of MichaelWDean.com joins us today to discuss the .bit top level domain and how it provides a censorship-resistant alternative to the easily censorable .com, net. and other government-administered top level domains. We talk about what .bit is, how it’s managed through the decentralized Namecoin blockchain, and how the average person can use tools like Meowbit to start surfing the .bit universe.

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With Rule 41 the FBI Is Now Officially the Enemy of All Computer Users

01/04/2017


Rick Falkvinge, founder of the original pirate party and head of privacy at PrivateInternetAccess.com, joins us to discuss his recent article, “Today, the FBI becomes the enemy of every computer user and every IT security professional worldwide.” We dissect the new “Rule 41” that gives American law enforcement unprecedented leeway to break into any computer in the world, the implications this has for a world in which privacy is increasingly a thing of the past, and what people can do to protect themselves from the New Online Order of global FBI operations.

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Interview 1240 – Rick Falkvinge on Rule 41 and the New Online Order

01/03/201733 Comments

Rick Falkvinge, founder of the original pirate party and head of privacy at PrivateInternetAccess.com, joins us to discuss his recent article, “Today, the FBI becomes the enemy of every computer user and every IT security professional worldwide.” We dissect the new “Rule 41” that gives American law enforcement unprecedented leeway to break into any computer in the world, the implications this has for a world in which privacy is increasingly a thing of the past, and what people can do to protect themselves from the New Online Order of global FBI operations.

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