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TVWho: Russ Baker Talks Government Internet Censorship on RT’s Going Underground

by Russ Baker, WhoWhatWhy:

WhoWhatWhy’s Editor-in-Chief Russ Baker spoke on RT’s Going Underground about Internet censorship and how governments have reached beyond targeting terrorism sites to blocking other websites they deem radical.

In this broadcast aired in the U.K. on May 7, Russ explains that governments hand the work to faceless private companies that aren’t subject to public oversight. He questions the efficacy of the policy, since intelligence agencies admit they haven’t halted a single terrorist attack through censorship. Although it addresses mainly British issues, the observations are instructive for Americans or citizens of any country facing the growing wave of government Internet control. Is censorship an effective and necessary evil or another encroachment on freedom in the name of counter-terrorism?

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1 comment to TVWho: Russ Baker Talks Government Internet Censorship on RT’s Going Underground

  • Anon

    We are “progressing” toward SOCIALISM. The International Central Bankers are behind the World Socialist Movement. Ever increasing DEBT, for individuals, the States, and every country under the IMF. “They” are behind this “liberal” push toward SOCIALISM in America. If you want to know what is REALLY going on, in this country, and why things have steadily gone downhill, since Nov. 22, 1963, you need to educate yourself. Read: NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY, by Gary Allen (1972). (Read: TRAGEDY AND HOPE: A HISTORY OF THE WORLD IN OUR TIME, by Professor Carroll Quigley. Read: THE CREATURE FROM JEKYLL ISLAND: A SECOND LOOK AT THE FEDERAL RESERVE, by G. Edward Griffin). Read: Family of Secrets: The Bush Dynasty, America’s Invisible Government, and the Hidden History of the Last Fifty Years, by Russ Baker.

    Apparently, we can fill in many blanks, with regard to our knowledge of the past 50 years of American History, by simply studying the past 50 years of the Bush Family.

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