The headlines have been racking up for months. Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube have been purging the ranks of users on their sites. They’ve censored content for various reasons even when that content is less offensive than similar but opposite content posted by progressives. They’ve silenced many voices by using algorithms to make content less visible. The tie that seems to bind the targets of the purging, censoring, and silencing is varying degrees of conservatism and support for one man: President Trump.
Not only has Alex Jones’ personal account now been banned from Facebook, in addition to PrisonPlanet editor-in-chief and YouTube star Paul Joseph Watson, but all links to Infowars sites are now banned across the platform. Share Infowars too often, and you’ll be banned too.
hursday morning, Facebook announced that it had banned several high-profile conservative personalities from their platform for good, including an incoming ban on the Facebook-owned Instagram.
Milo Yiannopoulos, Laura Loomer, and all accounts related to Alex Jones or Infowars (including Paul Joseph Watson) were the main targets of Facebook’s latest purge and were labeled ‘dangerous’ by the social media giant.
These algorithms are already potent, but they are destined to be much more formidable, and their abundant potential to skew news and skewer customers needs to be better understood and monitored, Robert Thompson, Chief Executive, News Corp. When Democrats refuse to acknowledge or investigate the truth, their default offense is to claim that the […]
“We should be paranoid because what Google and Facebook can do is really mind-boggling.” Dr. Robert Epstein In 2015, Dr. Robert Epstein published ” The Search Engine Manipulation Effect (SEME) and its Possible Impact on the Outcomes of Election.” In an interview with Tucker Carlson, Dr. Robert Epstien, research psychologist at the American Institute of Behavioral Research […]
Google really has a much bigger footprint when it comes to tracking and profiling the everyday lives of billions of people…And it’s often very invasive and very sensitive information. Many people try to Google search what they wouldn’t even tell their own partner. Wofie Christl Big Data and Democrats In 2012, Facebook engineers allowed […]