Believe it or not it’s actually American Democrats, not Trump, whom are currently working to destroy/change press freedoms and limit the scope of 1st Amendment throughout the future.
Everyone believes that “fake news” is an ongoing problem, but how do we fight back against it and begin building better and more trustworthy news platforms in the future? Here is my two cents on one possible solution to the problem, as well as the logistical hurdles it would need to overcome to be successful.
It appears as though Facebook’s founder and CEO has had an existential change of heart when it comes to the product and service he wants to offer the world. Instead of focusing more on money making and short term growth, Mark Zuckerberg now says he is willing to take a financial hit in order to return Facebook back into the social networking application it started as.
Pundits on the main stream media all seem to have no idea why Donald Trump Jr’s name keeps coming up in all of these Russian hacking investigations. However, as I will attempt to explain, it is not all that complicated to deduce how/why this is happening. Believe it or not, it is directly related to the demands made on journalists by the FBI when reporting about stolen, leaked or classified material.
Less than 3 weeks after the FCC officially voted to repeal net Neutrality rules established by the Obama Administration in 2015, it turns out I might have already been proven wrong for initially supporting it. Here is a first hand look at the real world effects of Net Neutrality repeal, using the most recent bills from my website as a guide.
This past Monday Twitter and Facebook both unveiled new features and practices. Twitter is more concerned about deleting accounts used by extremists to spread hate or incite violence online, whereas Facebook is making changes to their algorithms to adjust how information gets shared across their network in the first place.
For this first time in the history of Legacy Medi4 I produced a piece of fake news, and two “reports” by CNN and The New York Times were entirely to blame. Here’s how this all happened.
In response to US Government forcing RT to register as a “Foreign Agent,” Russia’s Parliament has passed new legislation forcing all foreign funded media outlets to also register as foreign agents all the same, further cracking down on free press ahead of 2018 elections.
A recent 5 year long study concluded by Harvard University in 2017 sought to measure the full scope and range of impact any given news story can have on civil discourse, dialogue, opinions and polling data inside the United States.
Trending on Facebook News tonight is a story that Russian actors paid $100,000 to sponsor divisive political content in the United States in the weeks and months leading up to the 2016 Presidential election. However, considering that this topic has already been extensively covered dating as far back to November 2016, why is this suddenly “breaking” again today?