Facebook, social media giants admit to silencing Palestinian voices online
Social media companies including Facebook have admitted to MintPress that pro-Palestinian posts were removed, blaming “technical bugs” and “spam filters.”
Judge Preska terminates all Zoom access to Donziger trial in effort to limit public access, say lawyers
U.S. trial judge Loretta Preska has denied all Zoom access to the upcoming contempt trial of human rights lawyer Steven Donziger in a widely condemned move that his lawyers say is designed to limit public access to an unprecedented one-sided trial run by a private Chevron prosecutor.
On Facebook banning pages associated with anarchism
And the Digital Censorship to Come.
Leaked documents reveal what TikTok shares with authorities – In the U.S.
A glimpse at what the social media platform does in the U.S. underscores that data privacy issues extend beyond China.
The great American firewall: On the question of censorship
It should not surprise anyone that China would take protective measures against the threat of U.S. imperialism in the realm of cyber technology.
Twitter targets accounts of MintPress and other outlets covering unrest in Bolivia
MintPress News, along with a number of independent Bolivian news outlets and journalists covering the unrest there, were all targeted for suspension at the same time.