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Censorship King Unmasked

Looks like David Brock, head of Media Matters for America, is the king of the current wave of censorship by social media giants. Their actions, to a tee, mirror a Media Matters Shareblue report issued to a group of 100 high-powered donors months ago. This revelation is disturbing: Apparently Apple, Facebook, Google/YouTube and the other entities conducting the censorship are following the Brock plan lock stock and barrel. So they really have no independence or objectivity at all.

And Brock is an unadulterated scumbag — former lover of James Alefantis, the pizzeria owner in Washington DC implicated in many pedophile reports during the Pizzagate scandal. These Liberal organizations need to clean up their act and do it quickly, or else be busted up forever. They stand in violation of American principals and need to be fined heavily and their monopolies ended. Lisa Haven reports.




Google has revised its Terms of Service to admit that even if you turn off “Location History” on your cell phone, other aps continue to track your location down to one square foot – always. According to an Associated Press story, previously, Google’s website stated: “With Location History turned off, the places you go are no longer stored.” That was changed last Thursday to: “… some location data may be saved as part of your activity on other services, like Search and Maps.” Bill Still has the full report.

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