Web giants to cooperate on removal of extremist content



Reuters News: “Web giants YouTube , Facebook , Twitter and Microsoft will step up efforts to remove extremist content from their websites by creating a common database.

The companies will share ‘hashes’ – unique digital fingerprints they automatically assign to videos or photos – of extremist content they have removed from their websites to enable their peers to identify the same content on their platforms.”

Opinion: On September 12, 2015, Barack Obama gave up US control of the internet. That the four tech giants  who are going to eliminate extremist content are US-based has nothing to do with massive changes to what we will be allowed to view.

The definition of extremist content, and what governing body will make the final decisions as to what is allowed, is the problem.

The infrastructure of the final world empire is under construction and freedom of speech and the right to own a firearm are likely to be the first two freedoms to go.

It is no coincidence that we never get readers to our website from Cuba or North Korea and it is extremely rare to see China, Palestinian Territories, or Iran, yet we have readers from over 40 countries many of which are Socialist/Communist.

Some day, possibly very soon, websites like this one will not be allowed to be on the internet.


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