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Friday, September 2, 2016

WARNINGS ON INTERNET FREEDOM OF SPEECH-Its Happening-It Has Started-Full Judgments Have Started

Reader, the clock is ticking on the freedom of the internet. This is an issue I have covered many years, I have stated the prudent facts by connecting the dots, of late, what I have been facing with the IP issue , signing in, blocked, no internet.
I wrote , " It has now become a FT job, just to stay connected on the internet, and be able to sign in to my sites".

Years ago, and each year, I keep warning, the internet must go down so evil can do whatever, and no online site will be able to expose it. God sees all no matter what.

This is a virtual step- in what is coming in reality, persecution, FEMA camps, Martial law, and a lose of all freedoms.
Many things the lord has told me to say are now happening at lighting speed. I feel 100%, I think, I believe, the Prophecies to be true, 2016 is end game and we will have no elections due to uprisings. The second revolution, shortage of food, war, massive wild life die off, all the things that go with Gods Holy Judgment.

Honestly I am warn out, and tiered, from warning, this is normal.

Many who have been warning a long time feel as I do, the ones that are in the know are in, and the ones that refuse it and remain head in sand Christians, are in a place where nothing will make them believe until such things happen that greatly effect them.

Many things have already happened, in your face evil, gay issues, laws that are like Nazi Germany, world weather, droughts, wars and rumor of war. Now 100% hard core. Internet censuring is going on, and OCT 3, 2016 handing over of the net....what will it take to convince you reader, Judgment has already started.

Isa. Said , 'How long O' lord must I keep warning the people, they are not listening, ( Paraphrase) Until the cities are without in inhabitant. In today's world, it will be, until we have no internet, it is on, it is serious, and it is so close you can feel it. The world is getting darker and darker, with Satan worship openly , everywhere, on the rise.

This post is just more information to try and show you it is on us NOW.

I recall Snyder said in a message , 'Is it already to late to prep'. No , but time is not on our side, but our lord is on our side, and 'if God be for you, who can be against you'. Shout, praise, worship in Joy, no fear, no worry, our lord is still our protector, provider, and safe high tower.







Freedom of speech online is being restricted or is threatened in at least a dozen countries, it has been claimed with the publication of a new report.

The trend is alarming policymakers who see the internet as a valuable tool for encouraging debate and free expression.

A report on internet governance by the Global Commission on Internet Governance, warned a growing number of countries are considering introducing laws to restrict freedom online.

Released at a ministerial meeting in Cancun, Mexico, organised by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the report said 'the future of the internet hangs in the balance' and warns of dangers of intrusive surveillance, rising cybercrime and fragmentation as governments exert control online.

China and Iran have long had restrictions in place on the use of the internet and the kind of material that can be posted online. Tanzania and Ethiopia recently passed laws restricting online speech.

But according to Reuters, there are moves to introduce limits on internet use in several other countries including Brazil, Malaysia, Pakistan, Bolivia, Kenya and Nigeria.

The report's authors said these moves threatened to criminalise conversations that would otherwise be protected under the countries' constitutions.

YouTube accused of censorship: Video sharing site defends rules that strip adverts from 'inappropriate' content

sers reacted angrily after adverts were stripped from their videos
They claim they are being effectively censored by the rules on content
YouTube says its 'advertiser friendly content guidelines' have not changed
The policy was introduced in 2013 but it is now alerting users to breaches

By Richard Gray for MailOnline

Published: 05:39 EST, 2 September 2016 | Updated: 05:48 EST, 2 September 2016

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YouTube has been accused of censorship after it emerged it has been removing the ability for users to make money from their videos if they express politically incorrect or offensive views.

Users of the video sharing site began noticing the adverts had been stripped from their content after receiving alerts from the site saying they had breached their ‘advertiser friendly content guidelines'.

These state that videos containing sexually suggestive content, violence, inappropriate language, promotion of drugs or controversial or sensitive subjects will not be monetised.
YouTube has been accused of censoring its users with its 'advertiser friendly content guidelines' which allow it to strip adverts from videos found to be offensive, violent, sexually suggestive or promoting drugs (guidelines pictured)

YouTube has been accused of censoring its users with its 'advertiser friendly content guidelines' which allow it to strip adverts from videos found to be offensive, violent, sexually suggestive or promoting drugs (guidelines pictured)
WARNINGS ON INTERNET FREEDOM OF SPEECH

Freedom of speech online is being restricted or is threatened in at least a dozen countries, it has been claimed with the publication of a new report.

The trend is alarming policymakers who see the internet as a valuable tool for encouraging debate and free expression.

A report on internet governance by the Global Commission on Internet Governance, warned a growing number of countries are considering introducing laws to restrict freedom online.

Released at a ministerial meeting in Cancun, Mexico, organised by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the report said 'the future of the internet hangs in the balance' and warns of dangers of intrusive surveillance, rising cybercrime and fragmentation as governments exert control online.

China and Iran have long had restrictions in place on the use of the internet and the kind of material that can be posted online. Tanzania and Ethiopia recently passed laws restricting online speech.

But according to Reuters, there are moves to introduce limits on internet use in several other countries including Brazil, Malaysia, Pakistan, Bolivia, Kenya and Nigeria.

The report's authors said these moves threatened to criminalise conversations that would otherwise be protected under the countries' constitutions.

YouTube insists it has not changed its policy on which videos will have adverts attached to them since 2013 but has merely improved the way it communicates with its users.

But many have been angered after the change meant they discovered their videos had been stripped of their ability to make money from adverts.

They claim they have been effectively censored as the policy dictates what kind of content they can make money from.

Philip DeFranco, who runs a channel where he discusses current affairs and pop culture, found 12 of his videos had been demonetised.

Other channels like Seeker Daily have apparently had adverts removed from 150 of their videos, including one about freedom of the press.

Mr DeFranco said he was baffled by how YouTube was making decisions about what was deemed to have breached its advertising-friendly guidelines or not.

He said one he did about YouTube vlogger Marina Joyce was stripped of adverts but did not contain anything offensive.

He said: ‘I appealed a bunch of videos, a lot of them got reinstated but one was denied. I went through the tags there was nothing offensive.

When I looked at the content, I did talk about potential drug abuse and how that could be a bad thing, but does that break their guidelines?’

In an earlier video after noticing his videos had been demonetised he claimed YouTube was essentially ‘shutting down’ his channel by making it harder for him to make money.

He vowed: ‘I’m not going to censor myself.’

Initially when YouTube content creators began noticing adverts had been stripped from their videos it sparked a large backlash as rumours circulated the company had introduced a new policy.

However, YouTube says the policy has been in place since 2013. Instead it has simply changed the way it alerts users when their videos are deemed inappropriate for moneterisation.

For some YouTube users, revenue from their videos has become a major source of income and has even allowed some to turn it into a full-time job.

A statement from YouTube said it had now aimed to make it clear to users that their videos were being demonetised in their video manager.

The most noticeable change is that there is a yellow $ icon in video manager to indicate if content is not deemed as being ‘advertiser friendly’.

Users can then appeal this and ask for a review to have their content re-monetised.

A spokesman for YouTube said: ‘While our policy of demonetizing videos due to advertiser-friendly concerns hasn’t changed, we’ve recently improved the notification and appeal process to ensure better communication.’

YouTube insists its policy is aimed at ensuring content with advertising is appropriate for all audiences.

However, it does say that some inappropriate content can still be approved for moneterisation if the context is newsworthy or comedic and intended to inform or entertain rather than shock or offend.


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