Yahoo and Google cooperate to quell dissent against US

Julian Assange on social media and the CIA

Social media feeds information to US agencies despite Wikileaks evidence

Google and Yahoo are cooperating with US Government agencies to shape search results so that “mainstream” views are given prominence over dissent.

New Google technology called Jigsaw has already been tested on jihadist messages and Yahoo has confessed to screening and storing email on behalf of US agencies.

At the same time, Wikileaks celebrates ten years of activism to resist this trend, with its founder, Julian Assange, hiding from US authorities in the Ecuadorian embassy in London and an active campaign by Hollywood and mainstream media to discredit him.

https://soundcloud.com/geoff-ebbs/datta-datta-tschanz-part-1

http://www.listeningbrief.com/episode-4-amit-datta-anupam-datta-michael-tschantz-google-ads-and-discrimination/

 

Google’s Jigsaw: Undermining Alternative Media

In this premier episode of The Geopolitical Report we examine Google’s Jigsaw, an emerging technology that will be used to counter ideas considered “extremist” by the global elite. Initially beta tested on radical Islamists, Google and its partners plan to leverage the technology to marginalize and ultimately eliminate opposition to the establishment.

http://www.boilingfrogspost.com/2016/10/02/googles-jigsaw-undermining-alternative-media/

 

Yahoo ‘secretly monitored emails on behalf of the US government’

Company complied with a classified directive, scanning hundreds of millions of Yahoo Mail accounts at the behest of NSA or FBI,Yahoo last year secretly built a custom software program to search all of its customers’ incoming emails for specific information at the request of US intelligence officials,

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/oct/04/yahoo-secret-email-program-nsa-fbi

WikiLeaks, 10 Years Of Pushing The Boundaries Of Free Speech

WikiLeaks came into existence. How it changed free speech! How it motivated more truth tellers to come forward ! Let there be more WikiLeaks, more transparency in governance.

http://www.countercurrents.org/2016/10/04/wikileaks-10-years-of-pushing-the-boundaries-of-free-speech

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