March 20, 2013
The British government has insisted that bloggers and posts on social media would not be caught by a new system of press regulation, but campaigners warned the new rules could be open to interpretation.
Britain’s newspapers are urgently considering whether to sign up to the new system agreed by political leaders on Monday in the wake of a phone-hacking scandal at the now defunct Rupert Murdoch-owned News of the [...]
Woman’s Day splashed a photo of the couple hand-in-hand on a beach on their front cover
15 more pictures are printed inside and the couple are said to be feeling ‘upset and betrayed’
Photos shows Kate’s taut stomach in a tiny black bikini and William in colourful board shorts
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were said to be ‘surprised and upset’ last night after beach photographs of their honeymoon appeared in an [...]
Sri Lankan police Friday shut down opposition news websites, accusing them of carrying “false and vulgar reports”, months after imposing censorship on news alerts issued by mobile phone companies.
Seven media organisations, including the Sri Lanka Working Journalists Association, condemned the closure of the Lanka Mirror and Lanka X News offices located within the same building in Colombo.
“A group of 25 officers from the police Criminal Investigation Department sealed the offices [...]
We live in the miracle of this fantastically dizzying digital age. Because more than 274 million Americans are connected to the Internet, you probably aren’t surprised that we have converged upon the Internet for tidbits surrounding the presidential candidates.
Even though Mitt Romney is the presumed Republican nominee, it’s fascinating to see which candidates attracted the most visitors to their sites.Nielsen recently profiled the voter-age audience (18+) to see who [...]
Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you.
If there ever existed individuals and groups that threatened the status quo, it’s now… and they can often be found congregating at alternative news websites, forums, and preparedness-oriented online communities.
Government officials at the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI have done everything in their power to marginalize their dangerous ideas and activities, going so far as to [...]
80 per cent of app users also visit news websites via PCs
‘News is becoming a more important part of people’s lives’ – research group
Survey of 3,000 web users
Just 9% of web users say they follow news links via Facebook or Twitter ‘very often’
36% use news sites or apps, 32% use search and 29% use news organiser apps such as Flipboard
Nearly a third of Americans – 27% – now get news [...]
Web giant blacklists websites, follows government orders to remove material
Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Despite Google’s much-heralded support for the anti-SOPA movement, the web giant is already enforcing SOPA-like policies of its own, blacklisting legitimate websites from its news aggregator and following government orders to remove material from its search results and You Tube.
As major Internet giants joined forces yesterday to protest legislation that would hand the U.S. [...]
November 7, 2011
In the wake of the Department of Homeland Security announcing its propaganda partnership withhotels to recruit citizen spies, a loyal reader alerted us that the Sheraton-runCoCo Key Hotel & Water Resort in Danvers, Massachusetts is blocking access to alternative news websites using a content filter service called IBAHN. The firsthand account of which websites were blocked is as follows:
FYI, this past weekend I attempted to search for InfoWars, ActivistPost & FederalJack using public [...]
WASHINGTON—President Barack Obama would pay for his $447 billion jobs plan by ending a series of tax breaks for oil and gas companies, hedge-fund managers and people making more than $200,000, the White House said Monday.
In total, Mr. Obama’s plan would end about $467 billion of tax breaks over 10 years, said White House Office of Management and Budget Director Jack Lew. The president [...]
by Kara Miller
Note how little coverage Ron Paul got this weekend, even though he racked up 27.7% of the vote in Iowa, just shy of Michele Bachmann’s 28.6%
From the Sunday political shows to major news websites to the weekend editions of the evening news, Paul was woefully underrepresented.
Bachmann, of course, was ubiquitous, but there seemed to be little demand for Paul, who has certainly given freely of his [...]
By Truth is Treason
June 13, 2011 1:00 PM
Many readers will expect to see Matt Drudge or Arianna Huffington on this list. Although they both indeed have leading Internet news websites that cover some fringe stories and report on systematic injustices more so than the mainstream media, they primarily aggregate mainline news. Therefore, they are excluded from our “alternative media” label.
The criteria we’ve chosen to base [...]