Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’

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Coordinated attacks by CNN & Twitter center around the persecution of Julian Assange.

 

Consortium News Target of a Malware Attack as Twitter Takes Down Assange Support Group’s Account

CNLive!‘s inaugural live-stream included an interview with Nils Melzer, the UN rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, who “discussed his work on the condition of imprisoned WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange.

 

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How Israeli spies are flooding Facebook and Twitter

”One of the principles for success is keeping our methods of action secret…Since most of the ministry’s actions are not of the ministry, but through bodies around the world who do not want to expose their connection with the state, we must protect the information whose exposure could harm the battle.”

Bill calling to keep Strategic Affairs Ministry`s efforts to combat delegitimization secret passes first reading

 

 

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PFB Needs YOU

POLITICAL FILM BLOG has a 10-year history of cited facts, funny satire, and film-related news stories you probably didn’t find elsewhere. But now, it appears that the war against independent media is on, and we are still banned from Twitter.

So, it’s up to you guys to keep the place going. If you can Tweet and repost any articles you like, we can keep finding new readers. Keep that in mind. Little acts of promotion add up.

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Someone may want to test if the Twitter icons on the blog still work with your accounts and let me know.

 

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Attacks accounts of Venezuelans who support their legitimately elected government:

 saying that it removed 1,196 accounts located in Venezuela which it deemed to “appear to be engaged in a state-backed influence campaign targeting domestic audiences.

 

Twitter takes down hundreds of accounts linked to Venezuela amid US calls for regime change

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‘Twitter gives green light to death threats against anti-war voices,’