Wikileaks' Julian Assange Warns of Twitter's Growing Censorship Problem

Wikileaks’ Julian Assange Warns of Twitter’s Growing Censorship Problem

Wikileak’s founder, Julian Assange, just went off about Twitter’s growing censorship problem against the company’s ideological opposition:

Wow, that’s quite a rant. He does have a point though. Twitter has total power and consistently bans its political opposition, but lets death threats against Wikileaks go unchecked.

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  • Just your average Joe

    Woe to those who say to evil, “good”; and to good, “evil”; who put darkness for light, and light for darkness; who put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
    Woe to those wise in their own eyes, and discerning in their own sight!
    Woe to those mighty to drink wine, and men of strength to mix fermented drink;
    who justify the wicked for a bribe, and turn aside the righteousness of the righteous from him!
    – Isaiah 5:20-23

  • Celerity

    Off subject but something you (Seattle) would be interested in. Some people in the government are sperging out about Kaspersky which is a Russian security software firm. The attack angle is very predictable – “Damn those Russian hackers!” and even fake news outlets like Yahoo admit there is no evidence whatsoever that there is a security risk from Russia or any private company from there.

    The reason I think you’d be interested is remember that Vault 7 shit? They put some remarks about different security software. Apparently Kaspersky was the one that gave the NSA the hardest time, most other companies, particularly those stationed in the USA were a joke for them. Consider that, then consider the government is talking about sanctioning the company and not letting people in the US use their products…

    https://www.yahoo.com/gma/senate-effort-ban-russian-software-us-military-systems-224005470–abc-news-topstories.html

    I think you and I can both tell where this is going.