Facebook immediately used the precedent it set with far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to switch its sights on the left, temporarily shutting down the Occupy London page and deleting the anti-fascist No Unite the Right account.
The approaches Facebook and Google are taking toward free speech are a serious cause for concern; scientists have found a song that reduces anxiety; meanwhile, our national debt has hit historic highs.
An illustration censored by the Facebook-owned site speaks to the power of the form and raises pressing questions about free speech.
A new CEO is less concerned than Google’s founders about China’s censorship laws.
Although the government’s grip on media outlets has loosened in recent years, dangerous constraints, plus lowered standards of professionalism, are causing deep concern.
Significant parts of an American language long familiar to us are going down the equivalent of George Orwell’s infamous Memory Hole, quite literally and in a remarkably coherent way.
The 2016 Green Party presidential candidate supports the corruption probe but decries its misuse for warmongering, censorship and political repression.
A 2015 piece featuring journalists Abby Martin and Max Blumenthal discussing the brutality of Israeli occupation has now been removed in 28 countries. However, it still can be seen in the United States.
The American ruling class is united in a campaign to squeeze the left out of the web.