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[DS] Red October Comms, Regain Power By Any Means Necessary,[Scare] Necessary Event – Ep. 2891

X22 Report 05 Oct 2022
4633937 Remember when D’s and the FAKE NEWS media pushed mass fear that POTUS would start WWIII re ... Russian state media has claimed the device can create a 1,600-ft ... They are the multibillion-dollar medical system, the corporate media, the public school bureaucracy, the tech companies, and the government security services.
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Social Media, Government and Media & Entertainment Companies Least Trusted by Consumers to Keep Personal ...

The Facts 04 Oct 2022
A Consumer Confidence in Data Security Report, conducted by Opinium, and in partnership with the University of Warwick, found that Social Media companies (18%), Government (14%) and Media & Entertainment organisations (12%) all had the lowest level of consumer trust when it comes to keeping their personal data secure ... Thales, Media Relations.
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Arab Media Forum: Google, Facebook must share bigger click revenues with content creators, say experts

Khaleejtimes 04 Oct 2022
Technology giants such as Google, Facebook and others should share the revenues that they generate from the content created by the media house, said senior industry executives of the Arab media industry on Tuesday. They stressed that the time is now for Arab governments to take a call on this – not 10 years later ...There is no social media.
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India's grave violations in Kashmir seep into social media

The New Arab 04 Oct 2022
His newly released short film Anthem for Kashmir is a ten-minute presentation of human rights violations in the Kashmir Valley, but although Ravindranath doesn’t know why the Indian Government ordered the social media streaming service to block his film, he says it’s obvious the “government wanted to intimidate me into silence and erase my work.”.
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Turkey's parliament debates Erdogan's media disinformation bill

Khaleejtimes 04 Oct 2022
The government says the law will tackle "disinformation" in the press and social media ... A Reuters investigation recently showed how the mainstream media has become a tight chain of command of government-approved headlines ... After a series of corporate acquisitions and dozens of closures, most mainstream media is now staunchly pro-government.
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Turkish parliament debates media 'disinformation' bill

The New Arab 04 Oct 2022
The government says the law will tackle "disinformation" in the press and social media ... A Reuters investigation recently showed how the mainstream media has become a tight chain of command of government-approved headlines ... After a series of corporate acquisitions and dozens of closures, most mainstream media is now staunchly pro-government.
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Turkey’s parliament debates Erdogan’s media ‘disinformation’ bill

FX Empire 04 Oct 2022
The government says the law will tackle “disinformation” in the press and social media ... A Reuters investigation recently showed how the mainstream media has become a tight chain of command of government-approved headlines ... After a series of corporate acquisitions and dozens of closures, most mainstream media is now staunchly pro-government.
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Foreign gov’ts warn of ‘chilling effect’ after Percy Lapid’s killing

Manila Bulletin 04 Oct 2022
As co-chairs of the Media Freedom Coalition, a global diplomatic network of 52 countries that defend media freedom, the governments of Canada and the Netherlands called on the authorities to take “concrete steps” to ensure that perpetrators of the killing are brought to justice.
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Turkey's parliament debates Erdogan's media 'disinformation' bill

Reuters 04 Oct 2022
The government says the law will tackle "disinformation" in the press and social media ... A Reuters investigation recently showed how the mainstream media has become a tight chain of command of government-approved headlines.'AGAINST CENSORSHIP' ... pro-government.
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LILLEY: CBC the major threat that other outlets don't want to talk about

Canoe 04 Oct 2022
The government banned BBC from that form of competition years ago ... Poilievre’s plan to call out the media-will it work? ... In the meantime, CBC is using their government subsidy to seek other ways to compete with private media companies from offering a free music streaming service to compete with private radio and companies like Apple or Spotify.
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Turkish journalist groups slam bill to fight disinformation

San Francisco Chronicle 04 Oct 2022
Parliament was set to debate a 40-article piece of legislation that amends multiple laws governing press, advertising and social media ... potentially be abused by the government to further crack down on independent journalism, especially media that has developed on the internet.
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VLC Media Player claps back at India ban with court challenge

TechRadar 04 Oct 2022
VideoLAN, the developer behind VLC Media Player, has issued a legal notice to India's Telecom (DoT) and IT (MeitY) bodies over the block of its platform ... Cicada, a hacker group allegedly backed by the Chinese government, has been reported to use a fake version of VLC Media Player and other software applications to launch malware attacks.
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Arab media urged to report issues responsibly, respect privacy

Khaleejtimes 04 Oct 2022
“Social media has many advantages and governments can’t turn their back because they can lose,” he said, adding that social media accounts for up to 80 per cent of public opinion in Egypt. “We have 75 million Facebook pages and 75 per cent of people get their information from social media and not from the government official media.
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LILLEY: CBC is the major threat that other Canadian media outlets don't want to talk about

Toronto Sun 04 Oct 2022
The government banned BBC from that form of competition years ago ... In the meantime, CBC is using their government subsidy to seek other ways to compete with private media companies from offering a free music streaming service to compete with private radio and companies like Apple or Spotify.

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