In Europe, the scandal around the Law on Digital Services tightens control and gives broad rights to various commercial structures.
We in the West think we’re well informed about what’s happening in Gaza. We are not. The images we see are selected. The comments we hear do not allow us to understand them. They deliberately mislead us. Any dissenting opinion is censored.
The U.S. Government has invaded and destroyed many countries that posed no actual national-security danger to America.
Over the first few days of November, at Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire, we saw something akin to that parochial silliness take place regarding discussions on the safe development of artificial intelligence (AI).
The U.S. and its allies have been keeping all of these historic developments secret from their respective publics.
The New York Times lies systematically in order to support the U.S. Government against all Governments in order to eliminate or overthrow.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak looks as much a deep fake projection as a thin, superficial representation of reality.
People who support America’s Government against Russia’s Government think on the basis of the propaganda that they’ve been exposed to.
At this point, he’ll either cut his losses by dropping the issue even without a formal apology to India or turn it into an obsession.
Ursula von der Leyen stringed together lies against Russia, sacuh as that Russia instead of the U.S. had nuked both Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Censorship is a tool of a dictatorship, and is a mortal danger to a democracy, because it enables the news-media to control public opinion.
Australian parliamentarians lobbying members of the US Congress and various relevant officials on one issue: the release of Julian Assange.