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    Paul Craig Roberts/Mike Adams calling for arrest/prosecution of tech giants censorshi

    Paul Craig Roberts joins Mike Adams in calling for the criminal arrest and prosecution of tech giants for mass censorship fraud and collusion

    (Natural News) As the Left-wing social media giants continue to target Infowars and Alex Jones, banning his channels and pages and disrupting his ability to earn a living, some analysts and experts say the CEOs who run those companies are crossing a legal line and ought to be held accountable. Paul Craig Roberts, former U.S. Assistant … [Read More...]

    Thursday, September 27, 2018 by: JD Heyes
    Tags: Alex Jones, anti-trust violation, Apple, arrest, banning, Censored, Censorship, Collusion, conservatives, criminal arrest, Facebook, First Amendment, fraud, freedom of speech, Google, Illegal, InfoWars, mass censorship, media censorship, monopoly, Paul Craig Roberts, tech giants, YouTube

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    (Natural News) As the Left-wing social media giants continue to target Infowars and Alex Jones, banning his channels and pages and disrupting his ability to earn a living, some analysts and experts say the CEOs who run those companies are crossing a legal line and ought to be held accountable.
    Paul Craig Roberts, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy under President Ronald Reagan, told USA Watchdog’s Greg Hunter in an interview this week that the only way Leftist elites in government and the private sector can promote their “awful” ideas is to censor and ban free speech from anyone who disagrees.
    “The agendas of the elite are hidden,” Roberts said. “They are not something the American people would support. The elite are fearful that their cover stories are so thin that if truth can be shown on their agendas, they will be discredited.
    “They will lose their abilities to impose their agendas,” he continued. “So they are closing down truth tellers in order to maintain control over explanations. Alex Jones is a threat to the elites’ control over the explanations … They are sending the message that says get on board with the official explanations or we will terminate you.”
    Recently, Jones was notified that Facebook and YouTube had banned Infowars’ and Jones’ pages, while tech giant Apple removed entire libraries of Jones’ podcasts, along with Spotify.
    And while not every agrees with Jones’ content, many of them do not support the censoring of his content. “I don’t support Alex Jones and what Infowars produces,” said Media Research Center chief Brent Bozell, Fox News reported. “However, banning him and his outlet is wrong” because it will inevitably lead to similar actions being taken against anyone or any organization outside the Left-wing acceptance bubble.
    In fact, the censorship and banning had already begun. Twitter “shadow bans” conservatives, while many Right-leaning media have noted that their referral traffic from Facebook has dropped as much as 90 percent in some cases. (Related: Where does it end? The authoritarian Left is trying to outlaw BANKING and financial services for all conservative groups.)

    Violations of the law


    But Roberts says there is a legal remedy to all of this censorship and banning – it’s just not being used, for some reason.
    “Why is this possible?” he told Hunter in reference to the censorship. “It is possible because the antitrust laws of the United States have not been enforced. These are all monopolies. Monopoly is against the law. It’s against the Sherman Antitrust Act, but they don’t enforce it because they’re so powerful.”
    He adds that the media-tech companies have grown so large that they no longer feel they have to operate in a fair, unbiased manner.
    “They should be broken up,” he said, “or they should be nationalized or actually they should be arrested … they are part of a plot” to overthrow POTUS Donald Trump. Included in the plot, he said, were several traditional media including The New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, MSNBC, and even NPR.
    “There is not an ounce of integrity in the media,” Roberts continued.
    As to his monopoly allegations, Roberts has a point. As of June, according to the statistics website Statistica, Google accounted for an astounding 78.81 percent of all search traffic, giving the platform incredible influence and control over results. Google is even more pervasive in other countries, rising as high as 94.39 percent in India, where more than a billion people live.
    The site also noted that Google receives nearly one-third – 32.4 percent – of all digital ad revenue.
    Facebook’s share is far greater. Statistica reports that the platform’s ad revenue market share in 2018 is 79.2 percent.
    Google and Facebook “have taken over the digital ad industry,” Fortune declared in January 2017.
    Founder of the Natural News Network Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, agrees with Roberts. Watch:

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    Read more about the social media giants’ censoring of conservative media at Conservative.news.
    J.D. Heyes is also editor-in-chief of The National Sentinel.

    Sources include:

    USAWatchdog.com
    FoxNews.com
    NewsTarget.com


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    Google Admits Existence Of Censored Chinese Search Engine Project; Dodges Questions At Senate Hearing



    “...there is a Project Dragonfly.”

    Fri, 09/28/2018 - 10:18
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    Via PlanetFreeWill.com,

    Within a Senate privacy hearing on Wednesday –
    which was seemingly swept out of the media spotlight by the lead up to today’s Judiciary Committee’s hearing involving a Brett Kavanaugh accuser – Google’s chief privacy officer Keith Enright admitted the existence of Project Dragonfly, reportedly a censored search engine for China.



    During the hearing, members of the Senate Commerce Committee pressed Enright on how Google’s policies protecting user data would square up with the till-then rumored sanctioned search engine for China.
    Before Wednesday’s hearing, Google had refused to confirm or comment on the reports claiming it has begun working on a project called “Dragonfly,” but the Google chief told lawmakers on Wednesday that “there is a Project Dragonfly.”



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    Enright would maintain while being pressed on the censorship project by Senator Ted Cruz:
    “I will say that my understanding is that we are not, in fact, close to launching a search product in China, and whether we would or could at some point in the future remains unclear...
    If we were, in fact, to finalize a plan to launch a search product in China, my team would be actively engaged.”
    After admitting that “Dragonfly” project did exist, the privacy officer offered dodgy answering, saying that he is “not clear on the contours of what is in scope or out of the scope of that project.”
    Senator Cruz then asked if he thought that the Chinese government censors what its citizens see, to which Enright responded:
    “As the privacy representative of Google, I’m not sure that I have an informed opinion on that question.”
    Project “Dragon Fly” was previously reported as the code name for a censored search app in secret development by Google that would be specifically for China and would blacklist any material deemed unfit by the communist regime.
    The project first came to light through a report in The Intercept on September 21 that detailed how Google “forced employees to delete a confidential memo circulating inside the company that revealed explosive details about a plan to launch a censored search engine in China.”
    The memo, authored by a Google engineer who was asked to work on the project, disclosed that the search system, codenamed Dragonfly, would require users to log in to perform searches, track their location — and share the resulting history with a Chinese partner who would have “unilateral access” to the data.
    The memo was shared earlier this month among a group of Google employees who have been organizing internal protests over the censored search system, which has been designed to remove content that China’s authoritarian Communist Party regime views as sensitive, such as information about democracy, human rights, and peaceful protest.
    According to three sources familiar with the incident, Google leadership discovered the memo and were furious that secret details about the China censorship were being passed between employees who were not supposed to have any knowledge about it. Subsequently, Google human resources personnel emailed employees who were believed to have accessed or saved copies of the memo and ordered them to immediately delete it from their computers. Emails demanding deletion of the memo contained “pixel trackers” that notified human resource managers when their messages had been read, recipients determined. The Intercept
    Enright’s remarks on Wednesday echoes those of other Google executives in August that claimed the company was “not close to launching” a search product in China. At that time company heads were admittedly considering how to do business again in the Chinese local market. Chief executive Sundar Pichai said that plans to re-enter China with a search engine were “exploratory” and in the “early stages.”
    Google left China in 2010 after clashing with Beijing over censorship of search results and a cyber attack on users of its Gmail email service.
    Shortly after project “Dragonfly” became familiar to the public, senior research scientist for Google, Jack Poulson, resigned in protest over the companies work on the censored search product.
    Paulson told The Intercept‘s Ryan Gallagher that he felt an “ethical responsibility to resign” over the “forfeiture of our public human rights commitments.”



    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-...dges-questions

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