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About Time: Lefties Slamming Hollywood’s Love Affair With China

August 6, 2020 by

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By Gabriel Hays ~ It’s not just conservatives who are hammering Hollywood’s love affair with Communist China. By reporting on an anti-Trump free speech non-profit group’s study, The Hollywood Reporter acknowledged that the apple of its journalistic eye has been in bed with Chinese government censors. According to THR and PEN America, Hollywood studios “self-censor” […]

Big Tech And Big Tyranny: Zoom To Enforce China’s Speech Laws

June 17, 2020 by

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By Alexander Hall ~ Big Tech companies, once seen as creating world-changing platforms that gave voice to the voiceless are actually beholden to government censorship — especially in China. The video-conference company Zoom reportedly “announced Thursday that it would help the Beijing government crack down on activists within that country, and would only draw the […]

Google CEO Dodges 21 Congressional Questions On Chinese Search Engine

December 12, 2018 by

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By Corinne Weaver ~ Google’s CEO came to the House Judiciary Committee hearing on Dec.11, but was unwilling to play 21 questions. Five House representatives, from both political parties, asked CEO Sundar Pichai questions about Google’s involvement with China which he refused to answer again and again. In September, former Google employees wrote legislators over the company’s […]

Googleless China Makes Urgent Plea For Searching Help

January 15, 2010 by

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From The Endive – The News Leader of the Known Universe The Chinese government made a desperate plea for help after Google ceased operations in the country, leaving them unable to find a damn thing. Streets were crowded with people who had no clue how to reach their destinations, families lost contact with each other, […]