Thursday, 21 January , 2021

Internet

US Counterintelligence Chief Calls for ‘Accountability’ by Police, Security for Capitol...

by Morgan Artyukhina Jan.12, 2021 More than a dozen members of the US Capitol Police force have been suspended or are being investigated for alleged...

Donald Trump’s Twitter ban is ‘problematic,’ says Angela Merkel

Jan. 12, 2021 German Chancellor Angela Merkel considers US President Donald Trump's eviction from Twitter by the company "problematic," her spokesman said on Monday. Twitter permanently...

The Boot Is Coming Down Hard And Fast

By Caitlin Johnstone January 10, 2021 A lot's been happening really fast. It's a white noise saturation day and it's impossible to keep track of everything...

‘Free speech’ platform Gab surges in popularity in wake of Silicon...

10 Jan, 2021 With conservatives being purged from Twitter and free-speech alternative Parler taken off Amazon, fringe platform Gab has exploded in popularity. It comes...

Mozilla urges imposition of private-controlled censorship

Mozilla says ‘deplatforming’ Trump isn't enough, wants to shield internet from ‘bad actors’ as users uninstall Firefox in disgust 9 Jan, 2021 Mozilla, developer of the...

Questions Mount About Controversial Hunter Biden-China Dossier

Online profiles of the dossier’s publisher misrepresent key aspects of his background, The Intercept has learned. By Mara Hvistendahl November 11 2020 In the weeks leading up...

The misinformation media machine amplifying Trump’s election lies

Rightwing news outlets have taken up the president’s message on social media, stirring supporters into a frenzy By Lois Beckett and Julia Carrie Wong 10...

Les nouveaux maîtres de l’économie mondiale – Le capitalisme de surveillance

Par Sergio Marotta https://www.economiaepolitica.it/author/sergio-marotta/ Siergo Marotta, sociologie du droit, Faculté des sciences, Naples. L’urgence sanitaire mondiale actuelle, résultant du coronavirus, a également poussé ceux qui jusqu’à présent...

Peut-on encore vivre sans Internet ?

Sera-t-on bientôt contraint de faire scanner son téléphone portable ou d’utiliser Internet pour prendre le métro, le train, l’avion, faire ses courses ou payer...