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Assange Wins High Court Victory In Temporary Reprieve From Extradition To US
The High Court in London ruled Monday that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can appeal his extradition to the US. Read More.
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Google’s AI-First Ambitions Sideline Publishers, Boost Its Ability To Filter and Control Information
As Google tightens its grip on web content with AI-driven summaries, concerns about monopolistic control and diminished content variety grow. Read More.
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WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Granted Right to Appeal Extradition
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been granted the right to appeal his extradition to the United States by London's High Court on Monday. Read More.
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Mortgage Brokers Leak Sensitive Data to Facebook
Sensitive borrower information shared with Facebook through Meta Pixel tracker raises privacy and legal concerns. Read More.
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Garland and Wray Launch "Election Threats Task Force," Sparking Censorship Concerns for 2024
Amidst heightened scrutiny and looming elections, Garland and Wray's new plans on election security stir controversy and accusations of censorship. Read More.
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Former Facebook Diversity Manager Sentenced to Prison for $5 Million DEI Scam
A former diversity manager at Facebook and Nike has been sentenced to five years and three months in prison for stealing over $5 million from the companies, which was intended for diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives. Read More.
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French Government Blocks TikTok To Curb Civil Unrest in New Caledonia
France's sweeping state of emergency in New Caledonia includes a TikTok ban amid escalating tensions, highlighting the global trend of using internet shutdowns to control civil unrest. Read More.
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Rumble Sues Google For Over $1 Billion For Abusing Its Ad Monopoly, Another Antitrust Lawsuit Also Pending
The lawsuit alleges that Google has illegally abused its position to deprive Rumble of billions in ad revenue. Read More.
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Under Surveillance: Meta Working on AI-Powered 'Camerabuds' that Gather Audio and Video
Mark Zuckerberg's Meta, Facebook and Instagram's parent company, is diving headfirst into the world of AI-powered wearables with its "Camerabuds" project, combining audio, video, and AI to form the ultimate surveillance capitalism data gathering tool. Read More.
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TYRANNY: Bank of America Terminates Account of Conservative Independent Journalist Without Explanation
Independent journalist Christina Urso, known professionally as Radix Verum, has reported that Bank of America abruptly terminated her bank account. Read More.
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FBI Is Restarting Censorship Efforts Ahead Of 2024 Election
The FBI has resumed collusive efforts with social media companies to censor posts it claims are "disinformation," The Federalist has learned. Read More.
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House Committee Report Exposes Global Social Media Censorship Regime
Brazil is just the latest example of tyrants attempting to destroy free speech. Read More.
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Musk Wins Latest Censorship Battle In Australia As High Court Rules Against eSafety Commissioner
Can Australia’s eSafety Commissioner block content globally on demand? Not today, ruled the Australian Federal Court, in a win for Elon Musk’s social media platform X. Read More.
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Apple to power AI servers with its chips
Apple (AAPL.O), opens new tab will deliver some of its upcoming artificial intelligence features this year through data centers powered by its own in-house chips, Bloomberg News reported on Thursday, as the iPhone maker looks to integrate generative AI in its products. Read More.

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