Zuckerberg Says Facebook Could Have Prevented Iraq War—Continues To Ban Dissenting Voices

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is calling the platform a “champion of free speech” that could have prevented the Iraq War by giving “a voice to the voiceless,” while he continues to sponsor the censorship of countless independent anti-establishment and anti-war voices.

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Global Unrest Shown in Massive Protests from Spain, to Ecuador, to Haiti

Around the world, we are seeing an increasing level of unrest as citizens take to the streets to protest the policies of their governments in hopes that they will bring about change.

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Huawei CFO Faces Extradition Hearing in Canada as Report Claims Tech Giant Will Sue US Gov’t

The case of Huawei’s finance chief was addressed by the Supreme Court of British Columbia this morning, and an extradition hearing was set for May 8. The next hearing will determine whether Meng Wanzhou will be extradited to the United States to face charges of conspiracy, fraud and obstruction. This comes after the Canadian government announced on […]

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