The Censorship Trend
Here are 8 current articles from reclaimthenet.org.
ONE: “Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that the government is investing in new tools for security agencies to fight extremism and online ‘misinformation’.”
TWO: “Poland’s Andrzej Duda this week met with YouTube’s CEO Susan Wojcicki in Belweder and talked about reducing ‘misinformation,’ on the YouTube platform – particularly when it comes to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.”
THREE: “…several studies refute the ‘video game’ narrative. In 2019, a study by Oxford University concluded that ‘violent video game engagement is not associated with adolescents’ aggressive behavior,’ and it was also noted that countries where more time is spent on video games than the US, such as Japan, don’t have increased violence.”
“However, the notion that games can be blamed for violence has increased calls for online censorship.”
FOUR: “The Turkish government introduced a new law in parliament that will give the government more control over the internet. The law was drafted by President’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) and
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