Tag Archives: digital rights

Don’t Trust the Government with Your Privacy, Property or Your Freedoms

By John & Nisha Whitehead Source: The Rutherford Institute How do you trust a government that continuously sidesteps the Constitution and undermines our rights? You can’t. When you consider all the ways “we the people” are being bullied, beaten, bamboozled, … Continue reading

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Punching Down: How the “anti-disinformation” movement worked with Big Tech to protect Big Pharma

By Paul D. Thacker Source: The Disinformation Chonicle The COVID-19 pandemic saw the greatest acceleration of online censorship in the short history of the internet. In response, the field dedicated to upholding human rights online—the digital rights movement—remained near silent … Continue reading

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