See: [SPECIAL SERIES] [The Deep Web] an Introduction to the Deepest, Darkest Parts of the Internet. [SPECIAL SERIES] [The Deep Web] Human Experiments and Groups Dedicated to Subject Research. First let me explain my criticisms for the way Child Pornography (CP) is dealt with by the worlds’ top governments. For starters; CP is not illegal [...]
Facebook users: have you noticed a rising trend of strange, gory, sexual or generally disgusting videos trending on the social networking site? You’re not alone in thinking it’s bizarre to see it on a site like Facebook. Whether you wish to or not – Facebook has attracted criticism for showing the footage whenever someone on [...]
US Military Programming Software to Spread Pro-American Propaganda via Non-English Websites; Claims It Would Be Dishonest to "Address US Audiences" With Such Technology.
New discoveries reveal that the US military is programming software that will clandestinely influence social media sites by using bogus online personas to influence internet conversations and spread pro-American propaganda. Sounds a little radical and far-fetched doesn’t it? Keep reading. A Californian business known as Ntrepid has been bestowed a contract with United States Central [...]
So far a High Court verdict has enforced mandatory censorship for major internet service providers BT, Sky, Virgin Media, O2, EE and TalkTalk. The sites in question that have been blocked are The Pirate Bay, KickAss Torrents (KAT), Fenopy and H33T. Earlier this month, Torrentfreak reported that the fantasy action series “Game of Thrones” [...]
Pastebin – the website often adored by hackers and online activists for simply publishing text files acquired from hacking and so forth – has begun censoring, moderating and ultimately removing posts published by the likes of Anonymous and other online hacktivists. Whilst Pastebin was always popular amongst groups like Anonymous – there are plenty of [...]
Well, it certainly is a little ironic that after our insistence that people avoid Western censorship by hosting their websites in more open-minded political areas, we get taken down on the technicality that the embassy in which WordswithMeaning.org was being hosted temporarily was in fact using a partner of BT (British Telecom), the company who [...]
Business Watchdog: Do SkyDrive’s Terms Give Microsoft the Power to Crack Password Protected Archives?
Returning to the idea of using Windows 8 and the Surface tablet and automatically being a user of Microsoft’s cloud service “SkyDrive”, we received an interesting set of complaints from a reader wishing to express his distrust in Microsoft’s moderating team for disabling his ENTIRE account for saving part of his hard drive image on [...]
Aaron Swartz, the co-developer of the specification of RSS – in which he was involved in at just age 14 – has committed suicide. He also developed Reddit. The 26-year-old has hanged himself in his apartment. He was facing multiple years in prison due to his online activism. If convicted, he could have faced a [...]
The UN’s International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has failed in its attempt to revise – and practically encourage censorship – state regulations on the internet. Major western UN Countries – including The US, Canada and The UK – have objected to calls for to have equal rights to the governance of the internet and the treaty’s [...]
Conspiracy, Coincidence or Joke? the TIME Magazine Person of the Year Leaderboard Spells “KJU GAS CHAMBERS”
Call it the work of online pranksters (*cough* 4chan *cough*) or the Illumanati but one thing is certainly for sure: Time magazine’s Person of the Year 2012 leaderboard spells “KJU GAS CHAMBERS” The phrase, “KJU GAS CHAMBERS” presumably refers to the North Korean leaders’ covert and ruthless prison camps, where families have supposedly been gassed [...]