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British journalists could face jail for publishing leak stories that embarrass the government

As if there needed to be yet another threat to free speech in the UK, British journalists could face 14-year prison sentences for publishing stories embarrassing the government, under proposed reforms to the Official...

Tom Clancys the Division Agent Origins (2016)

A devastating pandemic sweeps through New York City on Black Friday, and one by one, basic services fail. Within weeks, society collapses into chaos, and the government activates The Division, a classified unit of...

Trust in US mainstream media hits rock bottom

The latest Digital News Report, compiled by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, has found that trust in the news industry in the US is now at the lowest point, measured against...

Decades before they did it with internet content, the news media and governments dictated television

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John Carpenter’s They Live (1988)

Carpenter’s Insights Through The Looking Glass John Carpenter’s “They Live” filmed decades ago, yet by comparison is a stark look into today as it opens the doors to post 9/11 and more recently, entering a...

Big Tech, mainstream media, and public officials to gather for secret Sun Valley conference this week

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Apple CEO Tim Cook, Comcast CEO Brian Roberts, Council of Foreign Relations President Richard Haass, and other influential figures from Big Tech, mainstream media, and politics are on the guest...

Brands reportedly suffer consequences of GB News ad boycott

The advertising boycott of the recently-launched media outlet GB News might have negatively affected brands’ customer perception, according to Stephan Shakespeare, the CEO of UK-based market research company YouGov. Multiple advertisers, including top brands...

Media blackout emerges after key Assange witness admits to lies

Mainstream media’s total blackout on inconvenient news stories, especially in the US, is becoming a trend. In the past few days, media watchdogs Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting (FAIR) and Media Lens have tried...

The media’s disingenuous defense of free speech

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People switched to newsletters to get away from Facebook, so Facebook just entered the newsletter business

In the era of rampant censorship on internet’s biggest platforms, newsletters are making such a strong comeback as a means for creators to directly connect with their audiences – that Big Tech has been...

Predators circle The Babylon Bee

The war on satire is picking up speed on social and mainstream media, who seem to be embarking on an Orwellian undertaking to define humor and enforce that particular definition, and then use it...

Hong Kong outlet Apple Daily succumbs to the wrath of the CCP, shuts down

The Hong Kong-based pro-democracy news outlet Apple Daily has been forced to shut down after a police raid last week that saw five of its executives arrested. The paper had been under increased scrutiny...