3 10, 2022

Mass Formation with Professor Mattias Desmet

October 3, 2022|Doctors, International, Misinformed Media, Politics, Privacy, Psychology, Resistance, Surveillance|

Professor Mattias Desmet is a professor of Clinical Psychology at Ghent University in Belgium and a practicing psychoanalytic psychotherapist. He also has a Master’s degree in Statistics. He is the author of “The Psychology of Totalitarianism”. He articulated the theory of mass formation as it applies to the Covid-19 pandemic. He is the […]

3 10, 2022

PayPal to expand its speech restriction rules in November

October 3, 2022|Censorship, Finance, Human Rights, International, Misinformed Media, Pharma, Politics, Privacy, Propaganda, Psychology, Surveillance, Technology|

An updated policy that pulls financial services from those that don’t adhere to its arbitrary speech limitations.

On the heels of its censorship spree in the UK – that received backlash so great it got the attention of lawmakers – PayPal is rolling […]

3 10, 2022

UN tells WEF how it partners with tech platforms to promote narratives

October 3, 2022|Corruption, Human Rights, Inquiry, International, Misinformed Media, Politics, Propaganda, Psychology, W.E.F.|

“We own the science, and we think that the world should know it, and the platforms themselves also do” — Melissa Fleming

The World Economic Forum (WEF) held the Sustainable Development Impact Meetings, where unelected groups held a “Tackling Disinformation” panel, with participants including […]

2 10, 2022

Study of Electronic Monitoring Smartphone Apps Confirms Advocates’ Concerns of Privacy Harms

October 2, 2022|Censorship, Corruption, Inquiry, International, Misinformed Media, Politics, Privacy, Psychology, Research, Surveillance, Technology|

Researchers at the University of Washington and Harvard Law School recently published a groundbreaking study analyzing the technical capabilities of 16 electronic monitoring (EM) smartphone apps used as “alternatives” to criminal and civil detention. The study, billed as the “first systematic analysis of the […]

2 10, 2022

Public hearings crucial to investigating corruption

October 2, 2022|Australia, Censorship, Corruption, Inquiry, Law, Politics, Psychology|

“Exceptional circumstances” is too high a threshold for the new National Anti-corruption Commission to begin public hearings and will lead to corruption being hidden behind closed doors, according to former judges and corruption experts.

Victoria is the only state integrity commission that has the exceptional circumstances test and it inhibits […]