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Odysee launches its playlists feature

Popular decentralized video sharing platform Odysee has introduced its new playlists feature which gives you more control over your video playback experience and makes it easy to categorize the videos you want to watch...

The corporate social media background checkers profiting from cancel culture

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Double Toasted faces 7-day YouTube livestream suspension for reacting to videos allowed on other channels

This has been a question asked for a long time, and it’s not going away any time soon: are YouTube’s ever-changing – or just simply, never properly thought-out in the first place – rules...

Brett Weinstein streams with Odysee after YouTube suspension

Are YouTube – and those behind it – actually confident that once a channel is banned there and on similar tech giant-controlled places – it actually disappears from the web? If so, how short-sighted...

Bret Weinstein streams with Odysee after YouTube suspension

Are YouTube – and those behind it – actually confident that once a channel is banned there and on similar tech giant-controlled places – it actually disappears from the web? If so, how short-sighted...

California unveils new vaccine passport

Residents of California now have a new way of “proving they have been inoculated against COVID-19,” a digital tool that the state is still refusing to call a digital “vaccine passport.” The tool is...

Apple denies censoring “LGBT” apps in China, says it removed four for “legal” reasons

Apple is accused of the removal of 27 “LGBT”-related apps from its App Store in China. Apple denies the claims, saying that some of the apps unavailability is the choice of the developer but...

Lawsuit against Twitter reveals how it works with Democrats to censor

Attorney, civil rights activist, and political commentator Rogan O’Handley (@dc_draino) has sued Twitter and several Democratic politicians and accused the defendants of violating his right to free speech by flagging and censoring his tweets...

Royal Academy pulls artist’s work over “transphobic” blog post

The Royal Academy (RA) in Britain has removed pieces by textile artist Jess de Wahls following complaints about allegedly “transphobic” comments she made about two years ago. Her cancellation resulted in the RA being...

EU court rules private details of users can be handed over to those who make copyright claims

The Court of Justice of the European Union, ECJ (not to be confused with the European Court of Human Rights, ECHR) – has ruled that IPs, names, and postal addresses can be shared with...

Canon introduces AI technology in Chinese offices that only lets smiling workers inside

The apocryphal saying goes, “Only the dead have seen the end of war.” If you ask anyone born and raised in Europe’s former Communist bloc, they may easily tell you – “Only the dead...

A breakdown of the 5 anti-trust lawsuits leveled against Big Tech

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Censorship: Vietnam introduces “code of conduct” for social media

The Vietnamese government has taken its disregard for free speech to another level through the introduction of a nationwide social media code of conduct. Among many other things, the code encourages the Vietnamese to...

Five Nights at Freddy’s creator Scott Cawthon quits after he’s targeted by cancel campaign over his political donations

Scott Cawthon, the creator and developer of the popular Five Nights at Freddy’s (FNAF) survival horror game series, has resigned after he was subjected to a sustained cancel campaign related to his donations to...

Apple Daily raided by police in Hong Kong

Pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily had its offices raided by hundreds of police officers on Thursday. The founder of the outlet, Jimmy Lai, a long-time government critic was arrested last year. The police raided the...

Instagram bans filmmaker Maggie VandenBerghe

Instagram banned the account of filmmaker Maggie VandenBerghe, who makes videos that have often gone viral and been featured on The Blaze and Fox News. She was banned from the Facebook-owned platform shortly after...

Ireland: Instagram bans former Xposé host Aisling O’Loughlin for “misinformation”

Facebook has deleted the Instagram account of Irish TV presenter Aisling O’Loughlin for spreading COVID-19 and vaccine “misinformation.” The account was previously restricted, so that it was less likely to be found in searches....

LinkedIn censors Swedish journalist’s profile in China after he references Tiananmen Square thesis

Microsoft-owned LinkedIn has censored the profile of Swedish journalist Jojje Olsson in China after he included a single sentence in the “Education” section of his profile that referenced his thesis on the Tiananmen Square...

Antitrust lawmakers decry Big Tech monopolies yet host their press conference inside Facebook’s walled garden

Today, several antitrust lawmakers held a press conference where they discussed their 16-month investigation into Big Tech and the five antitrust bills that have been unveiled as a result of this investigation. “These bills...

Australia: Police used covid tracing data in criminal investigations (after promising they never would)

Ever since contact tracing apps started to be implemented around the world as a way to keep the Covid pandemic at bay, privacy and civil rights advocates have been warning that this type of...