Soviet Era Ethos Stomps Privacy and Due-Process Another doozy from the Canadian government. Following along several other bills winding their way along the Road to Serfdom… Bill C-11 regulates the internet under the CRTC and paves the way toward institutionalized content moderation, the requirement for licenses to publish online, and regulation of user generated content […]
[AxisOfEasy] Surveillance Is A Business, And Business Is Good
Weekly Axis Of Easy #151 Last Week’s Quote was “Our minds tell us, and history confirms, that the great threat to freedom is the concentration of power” was by Milton Friedman and the winner is Janet Matthews. This Week’s Quote: “One of the greatest delusions in the world is the hope that the evils in […]
Should Woke Social Media Barons be the Arbiters of Truth?
On Friday night (Jan 31), a few days after my new book about deplatforming and cancel culture came out, the news broke that Twitter had permanently suspended Zerohedge for breaking the platform’s policies. The move was taken in response to an article penned by Buzzfeed writer Ryan Broderick which falsely accused Zerohedge of “doxxing” a […]
[Axis of Easy] Canada’s BTLR Report Calls For Licensing Content Creators
Weekly Axis Of Easy #131 Last Week’s Quote was “Life is a long lesson in humility” …was Sir James Matthew Barrie (creator of Peter Pan), nobody got it. This Week’s Quote: “The only mistake in life is the lesson not learned” …by ???? THE RULES: No searching up the answer, must be posted to the blog The […]