The massacre at the mosque in New Zealand has renewed calls for censoring the content of the Internet. How can the digital giants stop the internet from being used as a recruitment tool for terrorism? On-Target’s Larry Sparano warns of the dangers of the slippery slope ahead, as corporate and government interests
move toward control of what we’re allowed to see and hear on the Internet. Here’s Larry with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio, New York:
There is a movement afoot to shut down any sort of criticism of the current Israeli government and it’s hard-line policies on Palestinians by calling it “Anti-Semitism.” And the U.S. Congress is going along with it. It’s called BDS (Boycott Divestment Sanctions) and it would empower the Federal government to criminalize the actions of any company, organization and even individual citizens who speak out critically of the Israeli government –equating such criticism with “Anti-Semitism,” and hate speech. On-Target’s Larry Sparano says it’s an outrage, clearly against every citizen’s right to free speech, as guaranteed by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. And he warns, if this gets passed, where will it end? Here’s his conversation with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
Social Media is banning Alex Jones. Will the ban be limited to Alex Jones and other so-called “hate-mongers” or will it eventually affect all of us?
Here.s Larry’s take on what he calls a dangerous trend, in an interview with Kent Garrett over WIOX Radio , New York: