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Internet Searches For “Bidet” Begin To Soar As Toilet Paper Shortage Intensifies

Consumers are panic-hoarding toilet paper, food, and ammo as coronavirus surges across the country. Kroger, Giant, Target, and other supermarket chains have recently placed limits on toilet paper and other high demand goods to prevent shortages.  Last week, we reminded readers that the next round of "panic hoarding" was about to begin - and as of this week…

President Trump issues Executive Order barring Big Tech from online censorship [Video]

The Gateway Pundit reports this in their July 29, 2020 piece, written by Jim Hoft: On Wednesday Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Google’s Sundar Pichai and Apple’s Tim Cook testified before Congress in the House Judiciary subcommittee on antitrust. Of course, the CEOs dismissed allegations that they are targeting and censoring conservative users despite ALL…

What should one do with fake news journalists? – a critical view

PJ Media is one of a very few truly excellent independent news and opinion outlets. Recently they ran a piece entitled “Should Journalists Go to Jail for Spreading Russia Lies?” The writer puts forward the title question in a very straightforward way with the first instinctual answer being “no.” However, the author goes on to…

Satellite Data, Internet Searches Suggest COVID-19 Hit China ‘Long Before’ Previously Known: Harvard

Significant spikes in hospital traffic and Baidu internet searches for terms related to COVID-19 suggest that the virus hit Wuhan, China "beginning in late Summer and early Fall 2019," according to a new study by Harvard Medical School.  Commercial satellite imagery reveal "a dramatic increase in hospital traffic outside five major Wuhan hospitals beginning late…

Allen West: Facebook and Twitter Help Antifa While Censoring Everyday Americans Protesting Lockdowns

Former Rep. Allen West (R-FL) highlighted Facebook and Twitter’s politically-driven and arbitrary censorship of information, contrasting the platforms’ facilitation of operations executed by Antifa and Black Lives Matter while censoring disagreement with public health authorities’ positions. West joined Tuesday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with host Rebecca Mansour and special guest host Ed Martin…

Expert: Children in Isolation at Increased Risk for Online Predators, Pornography in Coronavirus Era

Charlene Doak-Gebauer, author and expert on digital safety for children and families, said that during the coronavirus outbreak, children who are sequestered inside homes and using devices more than usual are at higher risk for exposure to pornography and online predators. “Children are being given too much ownership for their decisions, particularly online,” Doak-Gebauer said…

With Cyber Crime On The Rise Are You Protected? Here’s How NordVPN Can Help...

April 17, 2020 7:35 PM ET Let’s get one thing straight: your internet data is vulnerable. It can be infiltrated and sold to governments, corporate advertisers, and just about any other interested party. With cyber-crime on the rise, you need to learn how easy it is to find (and hack) your internet via your IP…

A Win For Health And Hope: Saving Lives From Coronavirus Through The Internet

Is the internet a cesspool of conspiracy and fake news? Yes. Is the internet a wellspring of truth and wisdom? Yes, it’s that, too. Obviously, the internet can be both at the same time. After all, cyberspace contains multitudes, even infinities. And we’re seeing a diversity of thought — not all good, but more good…

Large-Scale “Internet Rationing” Possible, Experts Warn

Netflix app downloads have exploded across Europe over the last several weeks as "Netflix and chill" "Netflix and quarantine" has been all the rage during countrywide lockdowns in Italy, France, Spain, and the UK.  netflix and self-quarantine? — maura quint (@behindyourback) March 9, 2020 We noted last Thursday that Netflix had to reduce traffic to its European networks by 25% for…

Iranian Regime Blocks Internet Access as Protests Continue

The Iranian regime once again blocked Internet access on Monday in an effort to control mass protests after the ayatollah’s troops shot down a civilian airliner and attempted to cover up the crime. President Donald Trump goaded Tehran for its habit of shutting down the Internet during popular uprisings in the same Sunday tweet where…

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