I dont know about you folks but some days I wish I could just hug some of these autistic anons. This is one of them. You should find this to be very impressive for a deep dig. LINK TO PART 2
First the Graphics:
The Meat of the matter links live:
Now, let me present to you how the stage is being set to take down Google, Facebook, Twitter and the MSM via lawsuits, antitrust policies, libel laws, infringement on intellectual property, etc.
What I say a class action lawsuit?
When is it effective?
Who controls the narrative?
End of MSM
This is where I started:
- (IWCE) International Wireless Communications Expo Conference: March 5-9, 2018 in Orlando, FL
- NTIA Identifies 3450-3550 MHz for Study as Potential Band for Wireless Broadband Use
That rabbit hole led me here:
- How U.S. Internet Policy Sabotages America’s National Security:
That’s because this central part and impetus of Section 230 to protect children, was struck down by the Supreme Court as a poorly-drafted and overly-broad infringement of free speech. So what was originally crafted as balanced legislation – including protections for users and protections for Internet intermediaries – became one-sided law that only protects bad actors from their victims’ lawsuits.
The quintessential pending example of this divisive Internet policy reckoning is the Internet Association’s strong opposition to the Senate’s pending “Stop Enabling Sex Trafficking Act” (SESTA with 67 co-sponsors) that would amend Section 230 to enable child sex trafficked victims to have their day in court to confront those at Backpage.com who have aided and abetted in their abuse.
How do they control children?
What prevents a child revealing the truth?
- Trump DOJ’s Next Target: the Illinois Brick Indirect Purchaser Rule?
- AT&T loses bid to obtain White House communication logs
AT&T has argued that the Justice Department has unfairly singled out its proposed merger with Time Warner partly to stay in favor with the White House. President Donald Trump has been a vocal critic of Time Warner's news channel, CNN, and said before the election that the deal should be stopped.
We are taking action behind the scenes.
CNN was set up.
- Lawyer Hammers Twitter For Unauthorized Tampering with Security Settings to Damage Traffic of Conservative News Site True Pundit
- Google sued by ex-employee, claiming he was fired for not following anti-white, anti-Asian hiring strategies
- BlackBerry Sues Facebook Over Messaging App Patents
"Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram have all benefited from patented technology that was originally used for BlackBerry Messenger,… The technologies include "cryptographic techniques" to secure the mobile messages and user interface improvements found in the application itself.
- Rival chipmakers Qualcomm and Broadcom are in a back-and-forth that can only be described as a soap opera
"The White House is now paying attention to the $117 billion takeover fight between the two companies, because Broadcom is based in Singapore and Qualcomm is based in San Diego, and the Trump administration isn’t sure that an Asian buyer should own a big U.S. tech company. This week, a secretive government panel called the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States moved to stall the takeover for 30 days until April 5 while it reviews the deal. And today, the U.S. government said Broadcom’s proposed acquisition of Qualcomm could pose a national security risk, and called for a full investigation into the hostile bid."