Last week Little Nicky’s friends at The Daily Stirrer reported on Google’s attempts to set itself up as the internet’s Ministry Of Truth (in George Orwell’s 1984, the government department that rewrites history and twists the news so that nothing is ever published or broadcast that is not favourable to the ruling Big Brother regime)
from The Guardian
Media regulator to launch investigation into views expressed during Crosstalk programme on Kremlin-backed broadcaster.
An Ofcom spokesman said: Ofcom has launched an investigation into whether this programme about the situation in Ukraine, which included anti-western comments, was duly impartial.
Russia Today is to be investigated by media regulator Ofcom over anti-western comments in a late-night discussion on Ukraine its sixth ongoing inquiry into the Kremlin-backed news channel following complaints by viewers.
The regulator, which threatened Russia Today, or RT, with statutory sanctions after repeated breaches of broadcasting regulations on impartiality last year, faces a new investigation over its Crosstalk programme broadcast on 23 December last year.
The programme is understood to have featured a number of anti-western views in the discussion between the presenter and three studio guests, prompting one viewer to complain.
The Imperatives Behind The New cold War
The new Cold War, against Russia, is something of a misnomer, because it differs from the original version, against the U.S.S.R., in that its already a hot war, which started in Ukraine as being the key proxy-state for the American Governments chief foreign-policy aim, of defeating Russia.
Google attempts to become the Internet’s Ministry of Truth
We have always said the full version of Google’s corporate motto Don’t Be Evil, is Don’t Be Evil, That’s Our Job. Here’s the latest example, their plan to censor the internet and ensure that controversial or dissenting views from those approved by the government / corporate complex never show up in listings.
Germany Alarmed by Aggressive NATO Stance On Ukraine
As the US pro war rhetoric pumps up the tensions between Russia, its allies and the west in Ukrain we revisit once more the truth about which world power has been relentlessly pushing for war since 2009. It isn’t Russia or China, though they are not likely to back down.
Free Speech: Reporters Without Borders unblocks access to censored websites
It is surprising in view of what we now know about the collaboration between internet technology corporations and government security agencies that many people still think og the internet as a bastion of freedom. This page shows how easy it is for governments and corporations to censor web content.