Tag: censorship

The Pegasus Shitstorm

It’s been a while since I checked on the latest Covid-19 news. So I thought, why not update myself and perhaps write an article if there’s anything major happening? Forget the pandemic. What do I see all over the news? Pegasus! Pegasus! Pegasus! SHUT THE FUCK UP! Pegasus sounds familiar. Where have I heard that …

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Nigeria Bans Twitter

Recently, Twitter decided to delete a tweet from the Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari. The tweet said Many of those misbehaving today are too young to be aware of e destruction and loss of lives that occurred during the Nigerian Civil War. Those of us in the fields for 30 months, who went through the war, …

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Internet Fatalities: LiveLeak

The internet is evolving. And not in a good way. There has been a steep rise in adult websites, with a sharp decline in controversial websites. Controversial websites have to be preserved in honor of the freedom of speech that was so prevalent in the 80’s up to late 2000’s. Adult websites are no longer …

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Activism In Shithole Countries: Examining The Case Of Disha Ravi

A few days ago, an Indian activist named Disha Ravi was arrested by the cops and put behind bars for editing and circulating a document tweeted by climate activist Greta Thunberg relating to India‚Äôs ongoing farmer protests. Here’s what the cops had to say: Disha Ravi, arrested by CyPAD Delhi Police, is an Editor of …

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Remembering China’s Censorship: Li Wenliang

Today marks the first anniversary of he death of Dr Li Wenliang, the Chinese doctor who blew the whistle on Coronavirus. I’m looking at the image of him on the news and he was wearing 2 masks! Xi Jinping’s government didn’t blink an eye when labelling his death cause as Coronavirus, even though the man …

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