Category Archives: Internet

EU to Tech Giants Enforcing Big Brother: You’re Not Going Far Enough!

Facebook, Google, Twitter, Amazon and other monolithic tech corporations are under fire worldwide for destroying internet freedom and maliciously violating the privacy of its customers. However, one entity thinks these corporations haven’t gone far enough in enforcing Big Brother: the globalists at the European Union (EU).

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UN, Google Join Forces to Tell Syria ‘Truth,’ Don’t Expose Foreign Involvement

The United Nations has partnered with Google to create a website that answers common questions about the Syrian war, refugee crisis and surrounding events. It’s hoped visitors will receive a thorough education in the true toll the conflict has had on the lives of Syrians – although it stops short of revealing the real causes of the conflict.

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Net Neutrality Is in More Danger Than Ever | WIRED

IT’S BEEN A year since the Federal Communications Commission adopted the Open Internet Order, theoretically ushering in the age of net neutrality. Under the order, Internet service providers are banned from discriminating against certain types of traffic or charging deep-pocketed Internet companies to have their content funneled through so-called “fast lanes.” Net neutrality advocates hailed the FCC’s decision as a victory for equal access and free speech, an Internet where money can’t buy privileged placement on the network.But the battle is far from over

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‘Minority Report’ Is 40 Years Ahead of Schedule: The Fictional World Has Become Reality

“The Internet is watching us now. If they want to. They can see what sites you visit. In the future, television will be watching us, and customizing itself to what it knows about us. The thrilling thing is, that will make us feel we’re part of the medium. The scary thing is, we’ll lose our right to privacy. An ad will appear in the air around us, talking directly to us.”—Director Steven Spielberg, Minority ReportWe are a scant 40 years away from the futuristic world that science fiction author Philip K. Dick envisioned for Minority Report in which the government is all-seeing, all-knowing and all-powerful, and if you dare to step out of line, dark-clad police SWAT teams will crack a few skulls to bring the populace under control.

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Net Neutrality: What You Need to Know Now | Free Press


Net Neutrality: What You Need to Know Now

What happened?

In May 2014, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler released a plan that would have allowed companies like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon to discriminate online and create pay-to-play fast lanes.

Millions of you spoke out — and fought back.

Thanks to the huge public and political outcry, Wheeler shelved his original proposal, and on Feb. 4, 2015, he announced that he will base new Net Neutrality rules on Title II of the Communications Act, giving Internet users the strongest protections possible.

The FCC will vote on Wheeler’s proposal at its Feb. 26 meeting. If all goes well, it will be a watershed victory for activists who have fought for a decade to protect the open Internet.


What is Net Neutrality?

Net Neutrality is the Internet’s guiding principle: It preserves our right to communicate freely online. This is the definition of an open Internet.


Net Neutrality means an Internet that enables and protects free speech. It means that Internet service providers should provide us with open networks — and should not block or discriminate against any applications or content that ride over those networks. Just as your phone company shouldn’t decide who you can call and what you say on that call, your ISP shouldn’t be concerned with the content you view or post online.


Without Net Neutrality, cable and phone companies could carve the Internet into fast and slow lanes. An ISP could slow down its competitors’ content or block political opinions it disagreed with. ISPs could charge extra fees to the few content companies that could afford to pay for preferential treatment — relegating everyone else to a slower tier of service. This would destroy the open Internet.


via Net Neutrality: What You Need to Know Now | Free Press.

Conspiracy Video Archive | Time to wake up is now!


This is my old Drupal website with about 1000+ conspiracy video’s divided. Most in English and a number of them with NL-subs. I just keep it on the internet as a conspiracy video archive. Some links to video’s will be broken. I do not do any maintenance anymore.

There is also some computermusic from my hand on this site. Enjoy !


* Dat zoveel mogelijk mensen zo snel mogelijk mentaal onafhankelijk worden van de kudde, die door toedoen van het (wereld) regerings-bedrijfs – media complex en gevestigde religies, elke minuut van de dag en nacht misleid, beroofd, vermoord en uitgebuit wordt. * Dat zoveel mogelijk mensen ideeën opdoen en aangereikt krijgen om er voor te zorgen dat zij niet het slachtoffer worden van de eindeloze reeks manipulaties, bedriegerijen en leugens van dit moorddadige en door en door corrupte (wereld) regerings-bedrijfs-media complex en religies. * Dat u en de mensen in uw omgeving de beschikking krijgen over de mogelijkheden om uzelf te informeren over de aard van de werkelijke machten en krachten die in stelling gebracht zijn tegen de mensheid en om u de “wapens” aan te reiken zoals kennis, eerlijke informatie en bewustzijnsvergrotend materiaal, om uzelf, uw kinderen en de mensen die u verder lief zijn te beschermen tegen de bewust gecreëerde waanzin van alledag. Hoe meer we weten wat er werkelijk gaande is in de financiële wereld, regeringskringen en daaronder vallende instanties, in de gezondheidszorg, de voedselindustrie, de farmaceutische industrie, multi-nationals, Vaticaan enz. enz., hoe makkelijker het voor ons wordt om besluiten te nemen en acties te ondernemen die aan ons allen tengoede komen in plaats van slechts een paar corrupte regerings-bedrijfs- en media acteurs die (bewust of onbewust) al decennia lang bezig zijn om een Nieuwe Wereld Orde te vestigen met ons als slaven en deze elite als onbetwiste meesters. Ik spreek dan ook de intense hoop uit, dat dit video- en artikelen archief een bijdrage mag leveren aan de verdieping van ons aller inzicht in het reilen en zeilen van deze prachtige aarde waar we NU met zijn allen de verantwoordelijkheid voor moeten nemen.

via Conspiracy Video Archive | Time to wake up is now!.

Europa’s opmerkelijke antwoord op de aanslag op vrije meningsuiting: meer internetcensuur | Je Suis Charlie | De Morgen

Europa’s opmerkelijke antwoord op de aanslag op vrije meningsuiting: meer internetcensuur

België lijkt hevige voorstander en gaat sleutelrol spelen om haatpropaganda tegen te gaan


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5 Duitsland en Frankrijk zetten hun schouders onder de gezamenlijke overeenkomst. ©AFP

Na drie dagen terreur in Frankrijk lijkt de politieke wil groter dan ooit om binnen de Europese Unie maatregelen in te voeren om gemakkelijker “haatpraat” op het internet te censureren. Onder meer ons land lijkt dolenthousiast en krijgt een sleutelrol in het bestrijden van internetpropaganda. Hoe Charlie is Europa?

via Europa’s opmerkelijke antwoord op de aanslag op vrije meningsuiting: meer internetcensuur | Je Suis Charlie | De Morgen.

On January 1st, 2015 Facebook Will Drop a “Bombshell” That Will Straight-Up Infuriate You!! Find Out What Now Before It’s Too Late… | Pakalert Press

Facebook has changed it’s terms of use and you won’t believe what they are up to now, but there is a great alternative. and I am very content with it. hope to see you there soon. It has the same possibilities as Facebook and more. You can also share your music here without posting it to Youtube or Soundcloud first.

Look at this and sign up! it’s free and your privacy is guaranteed:



On January 1st, 2015 Facebook Will Drop a “Bombshell” That Will Straight-Up Infuriate You!! Find Out What Now Before It’s Too Late… | Pakalert Press.

Police State Inside The Dark Web – Full Film

Brave New World…!

October 17, 2014

Twenty-five years after the World Wide Web was created, the issue of surveillance has become the greatest controversy of its existence. With many concerned that governments and corporations can monitor people’s every move, this program meets hackers and scientists who are using technology to fight back – as well as the law enforcement officers who believe it’s leading to opportunities for risk-free crimes. Includes interviews with World Wide Web inventor, Tim Berners-Lee and WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange.

via Police State Inside The Dark Web – Full Film.

Cyber War “Brightest Flashlight” is Malware, Spies on Mobile Banking, etc.

Take “Brightest Flashlight” & Everything Else Off Your Phone and Get it Reset to Factory Presets

Sometimes, the mainstream news makes good use of its airtime. This is such an instance. FOXNEWS’ Bret Baier kicks off his network’s “Cybersecurity Month,” in his talk with cybersecurity Expert, Gary Miliefsky, where we learn that one of the world’s most popular, free SmartPhone apps, “Brightest Flashlight,” which activates the LED on your phone’s built-in camera to work as a flashlight – is actually powerful malware.

It’s so popular that it’s been downloaded by half a billion people so far – and once installed, it’s in the background, spying on everything that you do, such as your mobile banking – even when you’re not running the app – making your data accessible to cybercriminals.

“Brightest Flashlight” recently settled a two-year case with the FTC, in which they had to disclose all of this, in their 25-page Terms of Service Agreement that everybody ignores. The most messed-up part of this story is that it’s kinda of old and that it’s been relegated to the tech media till now.

Miliefsky suggests that any Flashlight app in the range of 2-5 megabytes is probably Trojan Horse-laden malware and that you should look for a flashlight app that uses a lot less code and with terms of service that you would actually agree to.

Unfortunately, for the many who have already downloaded this malware onto their phones, such as myself, he advises us to take our phones to our service providers’ stores and remove all apps from our phones and to have them returned to their factory presets before downloading the apps we like to use – more carefully, this time.

watch the video

via Cyber War “Brightest Flashlight” is Malware, Spies on Mobile Banking, etc..

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