By Paul Joseph Watson
A State Department official met with the czar of China’s infamous Internet censorship program in Washington DC yesterday, where she urged “co-operation” with the figure who helped implement prison sentences for online critics of the ruling Communist Party.
Under Secretary for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment Catherine Novelli joined Lu Wei, minister of the Cyberspace Administration of China, at the China-U.S. Internet Industry Forum, which was attended by over 150 government officials and industry leaders from around the globe. (more…)
By FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly
Internet application and content companies, what some refer to as “edge providers,” are increasingly concerned by the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) newfound ability to regulate the Internet, and rightfully so. (more…)
To find oneself an unmarked automatic weapon required either knowing exact addresses on the deep web or a prominent California Democrat. One of those options recently got a lot harder (sorry, Leland Yee) but the other may be on the verge of getting easier. For black market goods most people turn to hard-to-access places on the Internet, which haven’t been conducive to browsing. Last week, an anonymous individual launched a search engine called Grams that caters to all kinds of contraband needs. (more…)
One of the many pressing stories that remains to be told from the Snowden archive is how western intelligence agencies are attempting to manipulate and control online discourse with extreme tactics of deception and reputation-destruction. It’s time to tell a chunk of that story, complete with the relevant documents. (more…)
Media Roots Radio – Weinergate, Election Kick-off, Net Neutrality, Police’s “War on Fun” by Media Roots
MEDIA ROOTS- This episode covers Anthony Weiner and how political sex scandals dominate over real issues, the 2012 campaign kick-off: the RNC debates and media propaganda surrounding the candidate pool and Obama’s marketing campaign, Net Neutrality and the lobbying system, and the bay area police’s “War on Fun” of shutting down underground parties and stealing electronic equipment from djs.