Tag: corporate surveillance

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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YouTube Sucks & CEO Susan Wojcicki Is An Idiot

Yesterday I came across this video on YouTube titled “2021 Free Expression Awards Highlight: Susan Wojcicki” by a channel named Freedom Forum. “Free Expression Awards presented by signature sponsor YouTube.” I don’t even know where to begin with this nonsense. For the past month or so, YouTube has been presenting me with 3 pages of …

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Facebook And Twitter’s Trump Ban – Analyzing The Corporate Agenda

So Donald Trump’s Twitter account has been suspended. Well, that’s what it said when i visited it. I’m not on Twitter. I rarely check anyone’s Twitter. Has Twitter permanently banned Trump’s account? This guy is still the President. If Twitter can ban his account, then who’s safe? There’s a lot of people who share Trump’s …

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Judge Esther Salas – The Importance of Privacy

Today I watched a video of Judge Esther Salas, who’s son and husband were recently shot by an intruder at their home. The poor woman lost her son and her husband is still under intensive care in the hospital. Apparently the intruder dressed up as a delivery guy with a FedEx package. This intruder was …

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