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25.05.2021

A new law in Florida now makes it possible for those de-platformed by social media to sue for upto $100,000 that is what we call a great start. We are hoping to see more places follow suits as well as seeing the the caps removed for these cases.

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20.04.2021

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16.04.2021

Google could be forced to pay millions in compensation after an Australian court ruled in a landmark case that the company deceived users about how it collects personal data on Android mobile devices.

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May-25-2021 - An awesome win for the little guy
A new law in Florida now makes it possible for those de-platformed by social media to sue for upto $100,000 that is what we call a great start. We are hoping to see more places follow suits as well as seeing the the caps removed for these cases.
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Ron DeSantis Governor of Florida has just signed legislation allowing Florida residents to sue big tech companies who unjustly de-platformed them.
It is nice to see someone in government actually doing their job and enforcing laws and protecting its citizens. It seems that Ron maybe the new kind of "Woke" in which people start to recognize the fact that if the government does not start protecting the masses that the masses will see that they have no need for government and that if they wait too long they won't ever get that cat back in the bag. After all this is not the 1800's

We particularly like this part of the article "The law requires social media platforms to be transparent about their content moderation practices and give users proper notice of policy changes. In addition to enabling individuals who are censored to seek monetary damages, the legislation allows the state's attorney general to sue Big Tech companies for unfair and deceptive trade practices." It shows that finally law makers are seeing that big tech has scammed the world. This is huge. While true experts know this, it is something that no one is talking about or doing anything about. It is big tech that conned the world into giving up owning their own website or teaching they don't need one and having "slaves" building their business on their platform.

These people that they are banning because they don't support their agendas are the people that made their platforms possible to begin with. If it was not for all the people scammed by big tech firms to work for them for free and create the content that they monetize, big tech would not even exist. If everyone just stopped, these companies would fold over night, even today after nearly 2 decades of slave labor. Slave because that is what you call someone who works for those who do not need it without pay while they reap all the rewards while giving you nothing or at the very most scraps.
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Apr-20-2021 - Great News
Did you know that no matter what you are selling or trying to promote, the more you advertise the more successful you will be? Yes it is a fact. Being on the first page of the search engines will bring you tons of free advertising too. We are pleased to announce that we are giving Jennie Menn the Architect of the Wikiweb access to our credit system so that she can reward those assisting with the wikiweb extra bonuses as a reward.

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Apr-16-2021 - Google faces "millions" in fines after Australian court rules in 'world-first' case that it misled users a
Google could be forced to pay millions in compensation after an Australian court ruled in a landmark case that the company deceived users about how it collects personal data on Android mobile devices.
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The federal court sided with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), which sued Google in October 2019, alleging that the tech giant misled consumers about personal location data collected through Android devices between January 2017 and December 2018.

According to the complaint, Google allowed users to turn off location data, but secretly kept tracking their movements unless a different setting on the phone was also switched off.

In his judgment, Justice Thomas Thawley said that the practice was "misleading or deceptive" for members of the general public.

However, the court dismissed separate allegations made by the ACCC related to statements Google made about the methods by which consumers could prevent the company from collecting and using their location data.

In a statement, the ACCC hailed the ruling as a world-first enforcement action and said it would pursue pecuniary penalties, publications orders, and compliance orders against Google, to be determined at a later date.

ACCC chairman Rod Sims praised the decision, describing it as an important victory for consumers that sends a "strong message" to Google and other Big Tech firms that they can't mislead their users without facing consequences.

Sims, quoted by ABC, said that the watchdog would seek to impose fines amounting to "many millions."


View the full original article at www.rt.com/news/521204-australia-google-fine-data/


Apr-14-2021 - Turkey fines Google more than $36 million for breaching competition laws
According to RT "Ankara's competition watchdog has imposed a large fine on Google after it was found to be in violation of the country's laws and suppressing local competitors through its dominant market position."
Click to enlarge The decision was announced by Turkey's Competition Authority on Wednesday. The fine follows the watchdog's investigation into Google's parent company, Alphabet, as well as a number of its subsidiaries. Google was found to be in breach of local competition laws, the watchdog said. Namely, the tech giant was accused of meddling with search results in the content services market by placing prominent text ads at the top of the search results while pushing competitors websites down the page. The company abused its dominant market position to suppress the competition, the watchdog concluded. The tech giant was fined some 296 million Turkish liras ($36.6 million) for the violation, and given six months to fix the situation. After implementing the required changes, the company will have to report to the Competition Authority annually. In recent months, Google and other US-based tech companies have faced growing pressure from authorities in multiple countries. The corporations have repeatedly run into trouble over violations of antitrust laws, opaque advertising policies as well as abuse of their dominating market position. Find the original story on RT at rt.com/news/521033-turkey-fine-google-competition-law/

Apr-05-2021 - US labor agency says Amazon unfairly dismissed employees who repeatedly organized protests against company - media
Amazon illegally fired two workers after they protested the company's working conditions and climate change impact, the New York Times has reported. According to the NYT, the US National Labor Relations Board told the two fired workers, Emily Cunningham and Maren Costa, that it would "accuse Amazon of unfair labor practices if the company did not settle the case."
Click to enlarge As Amazon employees, Cunningham and Costa had organized protests against the company's warehouse working conditions and contribution to climate change, rallying hundreds of workers - which prompted Amazon to threaten the two last year that any future action could result in dismissal. Cunningham and Costa then organized 400 colleagues to speak out against the company and were fired - as Amazon explained, "for repeatedly violating internal policies." They had demanded that Amazon expand its hazard pay, childcare, and sick leave, as well as temporarily close down and sterilize locations where employees who had tested positive for Covid-19 were known to have been. According to legal consultant Irene Stavrellis Englert, when the National Labor Relations Board finds an unlawful company decision, it "will order the employer to cease and desist from the unfair labor practice and to take affirmative action to remedy the violation," which could include the fired employees being reinstated. Amazon has recently faced an increasing amount of controversy over its response to reports and employee complaints about workplace conditions. The company issued an apology last week for claiming its employees did not urinate in bottles, after it was revealed that Amazon was aware of drivers frequently urinating and defecating in their vehicles to meet deadlines. Source:www.rt.com/usa/520144-us-labor-agency-amazon/

Feb-15-2021 - Are Communists Controling Your News?
National Pulse Exclusive STUNNING: All Major Western Media Outlets Take Private Dinners, Sponsored Trips from Chinese Communist Propaganda Front
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With 4 years of Russia, Russia, Russia coming out of the MSM it would seem that it was all just cover for the very real China, China, China "Other outlets involved in the propaganda operation include Forbes, the Financial Times, Newsweek, Bloomberg, Reuters, ABC News, the Economist, the Wall Street Journal, AFP, TIME magazine, LA Times, The Hill, BBC, and The Atlantic." Read More


Feb-02-2021 - Revenue Share Winners
Karma is catching up to Big Tech
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Google Freaks Out Over New EU Laws For Gatekeepers

According to RT "US firm Google has complained that proposed new EU laws aimed at curbing tech giants dominance target only a handful of companies, the search provider included. The way Europe sees it, that the point."

If Google has taught us anything, it should be that: If you have enough money you literally can buy anything. At least for a little while. As we pass the 20th anniversary date of "The Start" (the point at which the Elites, seeing the future & Power of the Internet decided to come in a take control of it.) we finally see a glimor of hope on the horizon for the common man or woman.

For 2 decades Big Tech have gone unchecked breaking law after law only to be met with minimal fines by any governing body. That is until today, it would seem. Is it any wonder why Google would be freaking out about someone actually doing something about it? I mean what wild horse ever happily excepted a saddle?

However In this authors opinion it is all just crumbs compared to what should have been happening. I mean what good is a fine at preventing a crime if it amounts to a mere fraction of what you make commuting the it? I guess it is true what they say "Wealth has its privileges. In contrast the normal man or woman committing just a fraction of a crime is typically fined to the point that they couldn't pay it off in the remainder of their own life and that is after they have already taken ever thing he owns.


Jan-30-2021 - Those with the most money win.
What are they really complaining about? The only News that has been reported by any MSM outlet in the last decade amounts to nothing more than click bait.
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According To RT "Rolling Stone will publish thought leaders to shape the future of the culture... if they pay thousands"

We are trying to figure out what RT's beef is over this? It has been several decades since the "News" has actually had any real News in it. In the past there were people called Journalists who went out and researched stories and wrote articles based of that research. Then the article went through a series of experts know as editors. Their job was to fact checked the data and find any grammar or spelling errors. Once it past through all of that, then and only then was it published or reported by a News Anchor.

It became less about reporting News and more about selling advertising. But it has been a few decades at least since is stopped being News all together. I mean sure they have the headlines and some things that look like news sprinkled in but today that is nothing more that Click Bait. It is nothing new that you can pay to be an expert on something an appear on the News. Of course the price to do so was much higher. 2 decades ago one would pay upwards of $10,000 to appear on a mainstream media platform. Today it is much more competitive, the prices are much higher. That's how it goes with supply & demand.

One person pays to say that fat will kill you, for his agenda. Then the people with the contrary agenda have to pay to have their expert say the opposite. Then you got the electric car expert who pays to say that normal automobiles are destroying the planet and causing global warming. Which leads the automobiles manufactures paying for theirs to say that batteries are not renewable energy and dealing with the massive hazardous waste created from batteries will destroy the world more completely than Co2 ever could.

What use to be News supported by advertising has become nothing more than 100% advertising, that falls in 2 categories. Obvious advertising, the things that look like advertising and New Advertising, the part that looks to be news but is just advertising posing as news.

So what is the agenda of this particular article? Are they angry that the price that Rolling Stones is charging to appear as an expert is so low that it opens the door for normal people to accesses it? Well if that is the case then I guess I can see why the elites would get so enraged that they would spend the money to publicly call them out for it. I bet them having to spend the money for the article does not make them to happy either.


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