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As Congress began work legislating how websites collect and monetize user data, Google asserted itself into the process. On Monday, the internet giant gave Congress its version of “privacy principles” to “guide Congress” in its law-making.
According to The Hill, the so-called framework is comprised of privacy principles that Google already has instituted for itself. Alphabet claims that it allows users to easily access and control data that is collected about them and requires companies to be transparent about their data practices.
By: Jake Fogg
On September 19, Project Veritas released its second in a series of undercover videos that exposes the deep-state in more detail than the last with more contributors caught on film. These former and current employees admit to using federal resources to violate privacy of individuals.
Originally Reported By Project Veritas
• Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) Embedded in Federal Government Positions, Actively Resisting
• Stuart Karaffa Does Work for DSA While on Taxpayer’s Dime: “I’m careful about it. I don’t leave a paper trail.”
• “I have nothing to lose. It’s impossible to fire federal employees.”
• Ethics Officer Fails to Recognize Breach on Ethics Form: “somebody just rubber stamps it and it goes forward…”
By: Jake Fogg
On Monday White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway said that President Donald Trump supports allowing testimony from Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanau’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford to be heard by the Senate.
In an interview with Fox News Conway said, “This woman should not be insulted and should not be ignored.”
Conway believes that the Senate Judiciary Committee is taking a “reasonable” approach to the recent revelation which has presented an eleventh-hour obstacle to Kavanaugh’s confirmation. Referring to the attempt to arrange for Ford to testify, Conway stated that Kavanaugh should also be heard by the committee again on the same issue.
Kellyanne Conway said that she had spoken to President Trump, Senator Lindsey Graham and others and asserted that Ford “will be heard”, although at the time it was unclear how that would transpire.
Brandon Straka has been banned from Facebook for sharing the fact that he would be appearing on Alex Jones's InfoWars. The severe punishment is to last until after Straka's planned march on Washington later in October, only one week before the mid term elections.
In recent months the Social Media giant has taken a hard-line stance against many high-profile members from the conservative community. Straka is particularly unique in that he only recently came from the left after he realized that the Democrat party is not the "inclusive" party it claims to be. On the contrary the party has been taken over by hard leftists who have no interest in allowing open political discourse without violence.
By: Jake Fogg
Yesterday Breitbart released a damaging video of a Google internal meeting whereby top executives and co-founders discussed manipulating information on the internet. The video was the weekly meeting of the organization following the 2016 election of Donald Trump.
The leaked media is disturbing in that the Google executives show their outright disdain for Americans who voted for Donald Trump. The meeting was essentially dedicated to bashing Trump supporters and outlining Google’s commitment to data manipulation in order to ensure that 2016 election results never again occur.
It is said that the right to bear arms insures the freedom speech, but YouTube has decided against both. Cody Wilson, publisher of 3-D printed gun plans, has been censored by the court, and now by YouTube, who banned a press conference video (shown in this article) from his account.
According to Washington Free Beacon, Wilson said that the video-sharing platform banned the video which announced that he would be selling the gun blueprints as well as a fundraising for his continuing legal battle over the publication of the same blueprints.
By: Jake Fogg
In an interview with Politico, yesterday Twitter warned that even President Donald Trump could be banned for abusive behavior. CEO Jack Dorsey and Twitter’s legal and policy chief Vijaya Gadde were in a side-by-side discussion with the leftist news organization.
Twitter’s rules against vitriolic statements, which generally lean against users on the right, offer a little leeway to public leaders because their statements are considered as newsworthy, but according to Vijaya Gadde, “it is not a blanket exception for the president or anyone else.”