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Re: On the recent purges by big tech media companies

Postby JLAD Prove Me Wrong » 2 months 2 days ago (Thu Jul 23, 2020 4:15 am)

Mike Enoch was kicked from Twitter. I'm no fan of him, but I support his right to share his views. Hopefully he will move onto Parler, which isn't under the kosher tentacles of the ADL.

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Haaretz: How the ADL Is Working to End Facebook’s ‘Thriving Ecosystem of Holocaust Denial’

Postby Lamprecht » 1 month 4 weeks ago (Sun Jul 26, 2020 2:26 pm)

Looks like Israeli newspaper Haaretz is even admitting the ADL's driving role in this censorship campaign:

Full article: http://archive.vn/sKUI1
How the ADL Is Working to End Facebook’s ‘Thriving Ecosystem of Holocaust Denial’

The Stop Hate for Profit campaign targets the company's $70 billion in annual ad revenues to urge Facebook to commit to reforms for curbing hate speech

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Following its years-long effort to fight Holocaust denial on Facebook, the Anti-Defamation League has shifted gears – from working with the tech giant in combating hate speech to helping lead a campaign to force change on the world’s largest social media platform.

The Stop Hate for Profit campaign was launched in mid-June by a number of U.S. civil rights groups. The effort, initiated following the killing of George Floyd, targets Facebook’s $70 billion in annual ad revenues – its main source of income – to urge the company to commit to 10 recommended reforms for curbing hate speech.

And, while much of the campaign focuses on fighting the systemic issues highlighted by Floyd’s death, the ADL’s long fight to get Holocaust denial off Facebook can be seen in the campaign’s call to action.

The ADL, a Jewish organization founded in 1913 to combat antisemitism, partnered with Facebook (along with Google, Microsoft and Twitter) in 2017 to establish the Cyberhate Problem-Solving Lab to fight antisemitism and online hate.

But as the ADL’s chief executive, Jonathan Greenblatt, told Haaretz, “Facebook has consistently refused to categorize Holocaust denial as a violation of its terms of service, or ‘Community Standards,’ which prohibit the use of its platform as a vehicle to demonize others or engage in hate speech.”

The sentiment echos claims Greenblatt made in an open letter, where he wrote that while “our partner organizations have been working with Facebook for years,” the company’s ongoing unwillingness to take action is “inexcusable.” The letter adds that in the ADL’s experience with Mark Zuckerberg, “we’ve learned that Facebook won’t take this seriously unless forced” – hence the campaign.
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This Yahoo News article says FB is "forming teams" to search for "biases" (including "Holocaust denial") that somehow developed in its artificial intelligence programs:
Facebook Forms Teams To Search For AI-Programmed Racial Biases

Facebook Inc. (FB) has announced that it is forming new teams to study its sites to look for possible site-engineered biases.

The social media giant says that it will analyze its artificial intelligence-trained algorithms to see if racial bias has been unintentionally programmed into Facebook and Instagram as a result of adverse machine-learning.

In a July 21 statement to The Verge, a Facebook spokesperson said, "We will continue to work closely with Facebook's responsible AI team to ensure we are looking at potential biases across our respective platforms."

The announcement follows a wave of companies that suspended marketing on the site starting in June to support a general ad boycott against racism and hate speech. Companies such as Disney, (DIS) Coca-Cola, (KO) Starbucks, and Verizon endorsed the campaign called, Stop Hate For Profit on Facebook and Instagram using targeted ad suspensions as leverage.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg COO, along with select Facebook staff, met in a Zoom meeting on July 7 with the boycott campaign organizers to address their issues. The group included Color of Change, Free Press, the NAACP, and the Anti-Defamation League.

According to the organizers, Facebook would not commit to 10 demands that they had made despite the company's assurances to prohibit calls to violence from politicians and remove groups focused on Holocaust denial or white supremacy.
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https://news.yahoo.com/facebook-forms-t ... 45792.html
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Re: On the recent purges by big tech media companies

Postby Lamprecht » 1 month 2 weeks ago (Wed Aug 05, 2020 7:25 pm)

Tried to post an Unz article in a Facebook group:

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I give Facebook props, at least they tell you they're not posting the comment and leave it there so you can copy it. They could just post it and hide it so nobody sees ("shadow banning").
But when did this begin? Ron Unz, who is Jewish, can't have his website posted on Facebook at all? Hmmm
CODOH posts aren't being removed as far as I know.

EDIT:

I found this article from 1 May 2020, so it must have been around then:
The Unz Review Suddenly Banned by Facebook! - Ron Unz
https://unz.com/announcement/facebook-b ... nz-review/

Some follow up posts about it: https://unz.com/announcement/our-facebo ... fatal-0-2/
https://unz.com/announcement/ideologica ... rt-effect/
https://unz.com/announcement/being-tota ... by-google/
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Re: On the recent purges by big tech media companies

Postby Lamprecht » 1 month 2 weeks ago (Thu Aug 06, 2020 8:59 am)

Twitter and Facebook have just colluded together to remove more alleged "Coronavirus misinformation" from President Trump and his son by deleting their posts. (more on Covid-19 here: viewtopic.php?t=13187)

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Facebook removes Trump post over coronavirus misinformation rules; Twitter also clamps down - A Trump campaign spokesperson said the president was "stating a fact that children are less susceptible to the coronavirus"
http://archive.vn/Fh2hK or http://web.archive.org/web/202008060430 ... nformation

Here is an interview with Trump on Fox:
[Youtube censored the video. A backup can be found here:

https://altcensored.com/watch?v=yOWHlKM1U6E
https://archive.org/download/youtube-yO ... KM1U6E.mp4

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link: http://youtu.be/yOWHlKM1U6E

Is this really how democracy has to work in the modern era: Big tech oligarchs get to decide what information is OK for voters to hear?
Do they simply hate Trump? Or his voters? Or do they just have contempt for people in general?

Oddly, Trump is complaining heavily about TikTok, which doesn't censor him. I wonder why?
TikTok: Chinese video-sharing app may be banned in USA after "study" claims "Holocaust deniers target" children
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Re: On the recent purges by big tech media companies

Postby JLAD Prove Me Wrong » 1 month 2 weeks ago (Sat Aug 08, 2020 6:46 am)

Lamprecht, YT already censored that Fox interview. When they are censoring Fox, that is sure to wake people up.

In other news, Twitter gives you this notice when you click on a Bitchute link. Which is all the more reason to avoid Twitter like nothing else.

Warning: this link may be unsafe
https://www.bitchute.com

The link you are trying to access has been identified by Twitter or our partners as being potentially spammy or unsafe, in accordance with Twitter’s URL Policy. This link could fall into any of the below categories:

malicious links that could steal personal information or harm electronic devices
spammy links that mislead people or disrupt their experience
violent or misleading content that could lead to real-world harm
certain categories of content that, if posted directly on Twitter, are a violation of the Twitter Rules
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Twitter censoring BitChute tweets

Postby Lamprecht » 1 month 2 weeks ago (Sun Aug 09, 2020 7:22 pm)

JLAD Prove Me Wrong wrote:Lamprecht, YT already censored that Fox interview. When they are censoring Fox, that is sure to wake people up.

In other news, Twitter gives you this notice when you click on a Bitchute link.

Indubitably. Will Facebook follow? :roll:

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RT: Twitter censoring tweets containing links to BitChute video service, flags posts as 'potentially harmful'
https://on.rt.com/ansp | http://archive.vn/MYGag

This is truly an issue of free speech, all of these bannings, censoring, and so on.

1. Companies of this size are always government regulated. The government already regulates everything, so having one industry that can remain completely unregulated simply gives them a massive advantage over the rest of society in a totally unfair manner. It just so happens that these companies have unprecedented power in the political process.

2. The government basically funds these corporations by different tax incentives, and sometimes even grants.

3. The taxpayer paid for the entire infrastructure they utilize. Without using that infrastructure, they could not have businesses. Getting those services kicked off is like getting kicked out of Disney World.

4. These companies provide what are now critical services, and should, therefore, be subject to universal service provisions.

5. The telephone companies were subject to universal service "common carrier" provisions all the way back in 1934, can you just shut off someone's cable TV subscription because you don't like their political beliefs?

6. These enterprises are now the [digital] public space, the modern city square, and they have no right to deprive you of your constitutional rights.

All that amounts to this: just like everyone else, we have the right to use those services. Those people are not gods at Silicon Valley.
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Amazon Censors ‘Killing Free Speech’ Documentary About Censorship

Postby Lamprecht » 1 month 2 weeks ago (Sun Aug 09, 2020 7:36 pm)

Amazon censored a documentary about Free Speech :lol:

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22 June 2020 - Amazon Censors ‘Killing Free Speech’ Documentary About Censorship
http://archive.fo/JycyF or http://web.archive.org/web/2020/https:/ ... ensorship/
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Re: On the recent purges by big tech media companies

Postby Lamprecht » 4 weeks 1 day ago (Wed Aug 26, 2020 9:31 am)

Vincent James has had 4 channels banned from YouTube all at the same time. One channel did not have a single video on it. He was told that he is prohibited from ever creating a channel on YouTube again. He claims he hasn't had a single strike in over a year, and two videos were taken down but he appealed them and they were reinstated. He also goes through an ADL hit-list of "white supremacist" and "anti-semitic" channels, noting that virtually all of them have been removed. Pure coincidence of course...

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Re: On the recent purges by big tech media companies

Postby Lamprecht » 3 weeks 1 day ago (Wed Sep 02, 2020 10:30 am)

Mark Dice has come out with a video on recent censorship to warn others about what is now considered "hate speech" or ideas too "dangerous" to post.


It's on YT as well, for now: https://youtu.be/Tj-WjV2dtmI


Vincent James made a video the other day about a chiling study written by Aleksandra Urman & Stefan Katz. It is about Telegram, a "a cloud-based instant messaging, videotelephony and voice over IP service with end-to-end encrypted chat for secret chat only" (Wikipedia). It was published in a peer-reviewed journal "Information, Communication & Society" on 20 Aug 2020. The full text is freely online here: https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2020.1803946

Here is an excerpt from this "Study" about how the thought police can most effectively censor "far-right actors" on the internet:
What they do in the shadows: examining the far-right networks on Telegram

ABSTRACT

The present paper contributes to the research on the activities of far-right actors on social media by examining the interconnections between far-right actors and groups on Telegram platform using network analysis. The far-right network observed on Telegram is highly decentralized, similarly to the far-right networks found on other social media platforms. The network is divided mostly along the ideological and national lines, with the communities related to 4chan imageboard and Donald Trump’s supporters being the most influential. The analysis of the network evolution shows that the start of its explosive growth coincides in time with the mass bans of the far-right actors on mainstream social media platforms. The observed patterns of network evolution suggest that the simultaneous migration of these actors to Telegram has allowed them to swiftly recreate their connections and gain prominence in the network thus casting doubt on the effectiveness of deplatforming for curbing the influence of far-right and other extremist actors.
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We propose that outright bans of extremist users and groups might not be the best way to curb their influence and prevent users’ radicalization. Bans that are administered gradually and applied to few actors at a time might be a better solution. They would hamper the coordination abilities of the banned users and groups, making it harder for them to recreate the structures that existed on the older platforms and instantly become dominant on the new ones. Furthermore, alternative measures could be used to limit their reach: i.e., new posts from the users who had published extremist content before might be downgraded by the social media algorithms so fewer people see them; temporary bans on the sharing and/or commenting on the posts written by such users can be introduced. We argue that more research into the effects of bans and their alternatives is necessary to establish which measures work best to not just limit the reach of extremist actors in short-term but curb the radicalization of their audiences in the long run.

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Re: On the recent purges by big tech media companies

Postby Lamprecht » 2 weeks 1 day ago (Tue Sep 08, 2020 11:02 pm)

Giving a heads up regarding BitChute as maybe someone else here has experienced this as well.

I have noticed that in the past few weeks a lot of videos are being quietly removed from BitChute. Videos that were on the platform for months if not years, videos that I watched literally days or weeks ago now show only the following message:
This video has been blocked for breaching the Community Guidelines, and is currently unavailable.

I have seen this too often lately for it to be dismissed a coincidence. These are not copyright-infringing videos, just the sort of content that would be removed from YouTube or other websites for "Hate speech" etc.

There was some talk by a few BitChute content creators about videos being banned from specific countries (namely Australia and parts of Europe) two months ago. I would post those videos where it was being discussed but I just checked them out again and now all I'm getting a "404 - Page not found" error. At least one of those videos giving me this error is from an account that still exists and is posting videos pretty much every day. I can't think of any reason why he would have deleted the videos.

I also don't think this is country-specific. One of those deleted videos was from an Australian uploader and he was getting a message about a video saying it was blocked in his country. (Again, the video has disappeared so I am just going off of memory).

Shorter (smaller filesize) videos can be saved with the Wayback Machine here: http://web.archive.org/save/
But beware: I do not think this is foolproof. In one case (again, this could be a fluke) I archived a video and it worked, but I checked a few days later and both the BitChute video and the archived version of the page were taken down. Archive.today will not work for videos.

If there is a good video on BitChute that you want to make sure always exists, I would suggest you download the .mp4 file. There are free websites that offer this, just Google "bitchute video downloader" there are a bunch of them, or view the page source and find where the .mp4 file is embedded and save the URL there. If you want to back up a channel with a lot of videos on it then I do have a simple script that I made that can do this with little effort. It will work if you have a website that has enough storage space, just PM me and I will send you the scripts and explain how it works. It's rather crude because it's just for personal use, but it will take a user-inputted list of BitChute URLs, rip the .mp4, and transload them all into a folder. A table can also be generated with the video's filename (it will be whatever the BitChute link is) along with the video's title and description.

I would be surprised if BitChute manages to last a whole year from now just based on the financial situation. How could a website make enough money to offer free, endless video streaming without any advertisements? It doesn't add up. If it does get shut down for lack of funds I only hope that they will give some time in advance so that we can download the videos. I wouldn't count on it though.
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Re: On the recent purges by big tech media companies

Postby DissentingOpinions » 1 week 6 days ago (Fri Sep 11, 2020 1:46 pm)

Lamprecht wrote:Giving a heads up regarding BitChute as maybe someone else here has experienced this as well.

I have noticed that in the past few weeks a lot of videos are being quietly removed from BitChute. Videos that were on the platform for months if not years, videos that I watched literally days or weeks ago now show only the following message:
This video has been blocked for breaching the Community Guidelines, and is currently unavailable.

I have seen this too often lately for it to be dismissed a coincidence. These are not copyright-infringing videos, just the sort of content that would be removed from YouTube or other websites for "Hate speech" etc.

There was some talk by a few BitChute content creators about videos being banned from specific countries (namely Australia and parts of Europe) two months ago. I would post those videos where it was being discussed but I just checked them out again and now all I'm getting a "404 - Page not found" error. At least one of those videos giving me this error is from an account that still exists and is posting videos pretty much every day. I can't think of any reason why he would have deleted the videos.

I also don't think this is country-specific. One of those deleted videos was from an Australian uploader and he was getting a message about a video saying it was blocked in his country. (Again, the video has disappeared so I am just going off of memory).

Shorter (smaller filesize) videos can be saved with the Wayback Machine here: http://web.archive.org/save/
But beware: I do not think this is foolproof. In one case (again, this could be a fluke) I archived a video and it worked, but I checked a few days later and both the BitChute video and the archived version of the page were taken down. Archive.today will not work for videos.

If there is a good video on BitChute that you want to make sure always exists, I would suggest you download the .mp4 file. There are free websites that offer this, just Google "bitchute video downloader" there are a bunch of them, or view the page source and find where the .mp4 file is embedded and save the URL there. If you want to back up a channel with a lot of videos on it then I do have a simple script that I made that can do this with little effort. It will work if you have a website that has enough storage space, just PM me and I will send you the scripts and explain how it works. It's rather crude because it's just for personal use, but it will take a user-inputted list of BitChute URLs, rip the .mp4, and transload them all into a folder. A table can also be generated with the video's filename (it will be whatever the BitChute link is) along with the video's title and description.

I would be surprised if BitChute manages to last a whole year from now just based on the financial situation. How could a website make enough money to offer free, endless video streaming without any advertisements? It doesn't add up. If it does get shut down for lack of funds I only hope that they will give some time in advance so that we can download the videos. I wouldn't count on it though.


Any idea which videos Bitchute are censoring, out of curiosity? I haven't run into any issues on my end.

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Re: On the recent purges by big tech media companies

Postby HMSendeavour » 1 week 6 days ago (Fri Sep 11, 2020 2:02 pm)

Lamprecht wrote:Giving a heads up regarding BitChute as maybe someone else here has experienced this as well.

I have noticed that in the past few weeks a lot of videos are being quietly removed from BitChute. Videos that were on the platform for months if not years, videos that I watched literally days or weeks ago now show only the following message:
This video has been blocked for breaching the Community Guidelines, and is currently unavailable.

I have seen this too often lately for it to be dismissed a coincidence. These are not copyright-infringing videos, just the sort of content that would be removed from YouTube or other websites for "Hate speech" etc.


As you might recall Lamprecht, in this thread I noted how I myself was censored by Bitchute.

I had a bitchute channel of some 600+ subscribers and 400+ videos that I had cultivated slowly over a two year period. I was verified by Bitchute and one day I logged on to find out that my entire channel had be annihilated for having "breached the community guidelines". They told me I'd receive an email about why I was banned, yet I received no such email. So I emailed and tweeted at them and never got a response.

Bitchute are money grabbing hacks. This is my belief. They've raised thousands of dollars in donations to improve the website, and what have they done? The search function is broken, videos don't play, it's slow and awkward to use and now they're censoring their users like any other big tech media company. There is no safe place to archive content other than on ones own external hard drives. I suggest everyone invest in doing that; or if one has the means, create a sincere website that won't just pocket from the persecution of colloquially right-wing people.
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Re: On the recent purges by big tech media companies

Postby HMSendeavour » 1 week 6 days ago (Fri Sep 11, 2020 2:05 pm)

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Any idea which videos Bitchute are censoring, out of curiosity? I haven't run into any issues on my end.


Any and all videos. They'll remove videos which are simply getting too popular and usually they're of a white nationalist or National Socialist flavour.
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Re: On the recent purges by big tech media companies

Postby Lamprecht » 1 week 6 days ago (Fri Sep 11, 2020 2:33 pm)

DissentingOpinions wrote:Any idea which videos Bitchute are censoring, out of curiosity? I haven't run into any issues on my end.

The sort of stuff that would have been removed from YouTube for "hate speech" prior to the massive purge which prompted this thread or the banning of "Holocaust denial" some months earlier. I can understand copyright infringement or illegal things being removed, but things that are 100% legal in the USA (where BitChute is hosted) have also been removed. There were also two videos specifically about BitChute deleting channels or censoring videos in certain countries that I would post but are now removed (even though the accounts are still active and posting videos). For these two videos, the error is a 404 page and not the "community guidelines" notice.

I do not notice anything happening to bigger named "right-wing" video makers, such as the ones I have listed in this thread that were removed from YouTube. It is random uploaders who are mostly just putting up videos they did not make themselves. Like I said, I think that they are trying to do this very quietly. If they started removing videos from well-known people then they might state this publicly and create a backlash against BitChute. Censorship almost always creeps slowly: They start with the more "radical" stuff that few people pay attention to and then go for the other stuff, like "Holocaust denial" and then move on to more self-censoring conservatives. We saw this happen exactly with YouTube and many other websites.
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Re: On the recent purges by big tech media companies

Postby HMSendeavour » 1 week 6 days ago (Fri Sep 11, 2020 2:50 pm)

Lamprecht wrote:
DissentingOpinions wrote:Any idea which videos Bitchute are censoring, out of curiosity? I haven't run into any issues on my end.

The sort of stuff that would have been removed from YouTube for "hate speech" prior to the massive purge which prompted this thread or the banning of "Holocaust denial" some months earlier. I can understand copyright infringement or illegal things being removed, but things that are 100% legal in the USA (where BitChute is hosted) have also been removed.


Bitchute had hosted, and still might, videos of the Christchurch massacre. If they're going to host that kind of video then they have no excuse to be banning 3-4 minute Hitler speeches and half an hour race realism videos or conference speeches by pro-white activists and academics. It's shameful what they're doing.
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