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BIG BROTHER: Facebook Will Issue Warnings to Users Who ‘Like’ Unapproved Coronavirus Information

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Facebook is in overdrive working to prevent all coronavirus information from being disseminated that isn’t congruent with the globalist narrative, and they are going to start punishing users who like unapproved coronavirus stories on their platform.

Any user who has clicked on, reacted to, or shared a post arbitrarily deemed false by Facebook’s truth commission will receive a demerit. They will then be directed to resources from the World Health Organization (WHO) featuring globalist propaganda about the crisis.

WHO’s information has been notoriously unreliable throughout the pandemic, and they have carried water for the Chinese communist regime responsible for causing the global crisis.

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“Through this crisis, one of my top priorities is making sure that you see accurate and authoritative information across all of our apps,” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook post on Thursday.

Google and Twitter are also following suit and instituting similar restrictions to prevent the flow of information. Big Tech is desperately trying to control the narrative to keep the fear ratcheted up so the public will mindlessly obey.

The professional fact checkers and left-wing special interest groups are applauding Facebook’s steps to restrict the flow of information and enact Orwellian content controls.

“It’s a big indicator that people are trusting the fact checkers,” said Baybars Orsek, the director of the International Fact-Checking Network, about Facebook’s claims that their warnings stop 95 percent of users from clicking unapproved items on the platform. “The label has an impact on people’s information consumption.”

Avaaz, a Soros-funded special interest group that regularly pushes for digital censorship, believes that Facebook needs to do even more to crush the flow of information casting doubt on the approved establishment narrative.

“Coronavirus misinformation content mutates and spreads faster than Facebook’s current system can track it,” Avaaz said in its report.

Big League Politics has reported on how Facebook is banning grassroots protests from organizing on their platform that are objecting to coronavirus-related government overreach:

Facebook has deleted an organizing group tasked with putting together a rally against restrictive “stay-at-home” executive orders in the state of New Jersey.

According to conservative news site Save Jersey, activists were organizing an “Open New Jersey” rally over Facebook until their event was unceremoniously removed for supposedly violating the community standards of the social media giant. Facebook claimed the activists were “coordinating harm and promoting crime” with their non-violent protest against tyranny.

Primary organizer Angela DeVoe, who resides in Forked River, N.J, said she is not backing down due to Facebook’s Orwellian censorship of the event. Organizers will continue onward with the planned protest and will not let the tech monopoly stand in their way.

“We would like the Governor to recognize that most of us can return safely to work by May 1, 2020,” DeVoe told Save Jersey. “Small business should be open and allowed to operate immediately. The parks and beaches shall resume operation. We should be able as American’s to the make choices for ourselves and our families that best coincide with our individual needs.”

Despite Facebook’s best efforts, anti-quarantine populism is on the rise. President Donald Trump is fanning the flames of the national protest movement now as well.

Facebook’s experiments in thought control are likely to backfire.

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Brave Browser Planning New Censorship-Free Search Engine Free From Big Tech

The replacement for Google?

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The developers of privacy-based web browser Brave are developing a new search engine designed to compete with Silicon Valley behemoth Google, advertising a service that will be free from Big Tech’s notorious left-wing censorship.

The Tailcat search engine will reportedly offer its own privacy features, and rely on an index totally separated from infrastructure created by Big Tech.

Under the hood, nearly all of today’s search engines are either built by, or rely on, results from Big Tech companies. In contrast, the Tailcat search engine is built on top of a completely independent index, capable of delivering the quality people expect but without compromising their privacy,Brave said of the engine in a press release. “Tailcat does not collect IP addresses or use personally identifiable information to improve search results.

The Brave Browser has gained popularity with internet refugees seeking to escape Big Tech’s bias and centralized model of the internet. The Tailcat engine is advertising many of the same privacy features, in addition to neutral algorithms that eschew Google’s search engine rigging in support of establishment liberalism.

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Brave will provide the first private browser+search alternative to the Big Tech platforms, and will make it seamless for users to browse and search with guaranteed privacy. Also, owing to its transparent nature, Brave Search will address algorithmic biases and prevent outright censorship.

Brave founder Brendan Eich is pointing to the increasingly popularity of the browser as an indication for desire for a new search engine, remarking that Brave’s user base has doubled from 11 million to 26 million over the past year.

Google’s days as the unchallenged king of search engines may be numbered, with internet users increasingly tired of the platform’s corruption, censorship, and anti-competitive practices.


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