How do you feel about global players dictating what you can and cannot read? Do you prefer the choice removed from you, or do you prefer to make your own decisions when reading and researching opinions? Critical thinkers are kidding themselves if they think the Internet offers a choice. Internet freedom faces its largest threat…
In pursuit of information relating to a leak of confidential police information, the Australian Federal Police have illegally accessed a journalist’s call charge records and telecommunications metadata – and the contents of the calls without a warrant. The Commissioner dismissed press freedom concerns and called it “human error.”
If the CIA wins this fight by the conjuring of legal loopholes – or by less wholesome, more subversive means – The Fourth Estate of the world will crumble
Bloomberg has perpetuated the myth that Anonymous is a criminal element that must be shut down at all costs – even if means reporting unsubstantiated facts.
Due to climate change and other devastations at play, some of the more beautiful locations are disappearing or their beauty is undeniably altered. Here is a top 6 list of locations you may want to see before they disappear or dramatically change forever.
This is a whole other league of creepy, this is a whole other league of invasive and the fact that there’s been no discussion around this is really weird.
WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange has optimized his timing again, releasing the Vault 7 documents that have had Twitter and his mass following contemplating over the last month the exact punch the world governments would likely encounter.
Comparing the reactions of politicians over the latest intelligence community leak over General Michael Flynn’s phone call with a Russian diplomat, and with those reactions toward Snowden in 2013, it appears the Democrats have had a change of heart for whistleblowers.
Crippling taxes, inflation, and the wealthy depending on the slaves for farm yields, military failures and over expansion, political instability and government corruption all contributed to the 500-year old Empire’s collapse. Sound familiar?
“This is the world of our future … It is one we are not prepared to effectively operate within and it is unavoidable. The threat is clear. Our direction remains to be defined. The future is urban.”
Despite the federal government promising that more broadly-reaching law enforcement agencies in Canada are not currently spying on the press, the guarantee is hardly comforting.
A Police State may be on the horizons, and here’s why.