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Generation Google Porn

Posted by feww on October 9, 2017

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Scandinavian activists blame Google for free access and exposure to pornography

“Generation Google Porno – the young generations’ free access and exposure to pornography is an assault against children and young people. How many more examples we need to realize that pornography has serious harmful effects on children and young people?” —NRK

“Scandinavian activists have linked the growing number of sexual assaults involving children to the young generation’s free access and exposure to pornography. They are calling on their governments to stop the unremitting sexualization of children and adolescents,” a report said.

Human rights activists from the human rights organization Freethem Norway and Freethem Sweden, citing increased abuse rate, also assert that pornography represents a national health risk to children and adolescents.

“Earlier this year, Norway’s National Criminal Investigation Service (Kripos) sounded the alarm over the increasing number of reports featuring children raping other children, NRK reported. Last year alone, a spike of 60 percent above the average was reported, which Freethem partly attributed to teenagers’ unrestricted use of porn materials [on the Internet.]”

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First Amendment Protects Censorship by Search Engines: Manhattan Judge

Posted by feww on March 29, 2014

Search engines’ license to censor Internet, protecting vast commercial interests and political influence, makes NSA snooping look like Candy Crush

“The First Amendment protects Baidu’s right to advocate for systems of government other than democracy [in China or the U.S.] just as surely as it protects plaintiffs’ rights to advocate for democracy.”

U.S. District Judge Jesse Furman sitting in Manhattan (!) has dismissed a lawsuit against Baidu, the Chinese Internet Goliath, which the plaintiff, a group of pro-democracy activists, argued suppresses political speech on China’s most widely used search engine.

The plaintiff, eight New York writers and video producers, had argued that Baidu search engine algorithms, created at the behest of Chinese government, blocks users in the United States from viewing articles, videos and other information critical of  China’s suppression of democracy.

What the judge conveniently ignores in his judgment is the monopoly power of a major search engine over the flow of information.

Add this license for Internet censorship to Google’s near monopoly over the flow of information in the U.S. and much of the world,  and multiply the result by their efforts to protect their vast commercial interests and political influence …

Google and a handful of other Internet Goliaths bend the truth like black holes do light.

[Baidu is the fifth-most trafficked site in the world with more than 500 million regular users in China and a growing following in the US, topped only by  Yahoo, Google’s YouTube, Facebook and Google, according to an Internet traffic monitor. Editor.]

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Another Example of Google Bitching…

Posted by feww on September 15, 2013

NO civilized society allows a bunch of ad pimps to hijack and control the flow of information

google promotion

Compare and contrast! Note the condescending, dismissive and totally unprofessional way in which Google summarizes FIRE-EARTH entry on the search result.

For a plethora of abuse and infringements by the Internet mafia, search blog content.

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Starving baby to death ‘raising’ cyber baby

Posted by feww on April 2, 2010

Serial No  1,526. If any posts are blocked in your country, please drop us a line.

Couple who allegedly starved their baby, while nurturing a virtual baby on Internet, go on trial

The trial of an unemployed couple who were arrested in March, accused of starving their baby to death began today in Suwon, a satellite city south of Seoul, South Korea.

The couple reportedly left their 3-months old baby alone for 12-hour periods, as they played on-line games in a cyber cafe. A male, 41, and his partner, 25, are charged with negligent homicide.


ANIMA – a ‘3D’ animated baby featuring in Prius, an online game. The unemployed couple allegedly starved their baby to care foe “Anima.” Image may be subject to copyright.

Ironically the couple developed an obsession with a role-playing game called Prius Online, a 3D fantasy game, in which players raise a virtual baby girl called “Anima,” creating a second life for themselves.

“The couple seemed to have lost their will to live a normal life because they didn’t have jobs and gave birth to a premature baby,” Chung Jin-Won, a police officer, told Yonhap, a Korean news outlet. “They indulged themselves in the online game of raising a virtual character so as to escape from reality, which led to the death of their real baby.”

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Google Gag

Posted by feww on May 22, 2008

Haunted by Big, Bad Google

The blog moderators condemn Google Inc in the strongest possible terms for content censorship. Google search engines permanently or periodically exclude specific posts, contents or information from the blogs thereby abridging the freedom of speech.

Google Inc poses a clear and present danger to freedom of speech. To minimize this threat, we urge those of the lawmakers who still believe in the Constitution to break up Google into smaller units.

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