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Huawei Spies For China

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd is based in China and provides telecommunications equipment and consumer electronics such as smartphones to consumers in more than 170 countries – except the United States. The company, founded in 1987, employed more than 188,000 workers as of September 2018. Huawei operates 21 Research and Development institutes globally and had invested […]

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Google Automates Blacklists, Part 4 of 4

[This is Part Four of a 4-part series of articles about how tech giant Google rose to power and is using it to suppress customers and content it deems “unfriendly,” “hateful,” and even “editorial.” Part One, Part 2, and Part 3 set the stage for current events surrounding the online monopoly’s increasingly controversial bans on […]

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Google Insider Dishes Dirt On Political Discrimination

A few days ago, Google engineer Mike Wacker published a tell-all which described “a company where outrage mobs and witch hunts dominate its culture.” He called these threats “existential” and said they are undermining both the internal workplace environment but also public trust and credibility. On May 21, 2019, Wacker commented on the fact that many […]

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Apple Antitrust Case To Advance Per SCOTUS

On May 13, 2019, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled to allow a class action antitrust lawsuit, brought against Apple by a consumer group, to move forward in the legal process. If success, the tech giant could be liable for millions of dollars of damages for fixing high prices on their products which […]

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Whistleblower: Facebook Actively Promotes Terrorist Propaganda

We’ve all witnessed recently how Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg claimed publicly that “this time” his company is finally taking off their platform extremist content and hate speech. Within the world of Facebook, this can include anyone who disagrees with their politically correct agenda — namely conservatives, Christians, Trump supporters, and those supporting our First and […]

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5 Ways To Thwart The Surveillance State

Ever since Edward Snowden blew the whistle on his employer, the United States National Security Agency (NSA) in 2013 and fled his native land, abandoning his wife, job, and life to seek asylum abroad, citizens concerned about warrantless communications surveillance has been on the minds of many Patriots. Now, with the rise of facial recognition […]

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Russia Quietly Builds Their Own Internet

On May Day this year – May 1, 2019 – Russian President Vladimir Putin put his signature on a bill that advances the build-out of a “sustainable, secure, and fully functioning” internet service localized to the country’s users and independent of the internet as we westerners envision it. The law is a formality that accompanies […]

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