The Department of Homeland Security Is in Cahoots with Big Tech to Suppress Information

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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is working hand-in-hand with Big Tech to influence conversations and police information online using potential terrorism as an excuse. The Intercept released an article, ‘Truth Cops: Leaked Documents Outline DHS’ Plans to Police Disinformation’, that is based on years of internal DHS emails and records and proves the US govt is actively policing information online. Earlier this year, the proposed Disinformation Governance Board, mockingly called the ministry of Truth, was announced and then shut down. However, the DHS is exploring other initiatives to police social media.  Researchers found a special Facebook portal for intelligence agencies and law enforcement where they can make content moderation requests. The FBI and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) met with Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, Discord, LinkedIn and even Wikipedia every month prior to the 2020 election and the meetings are still ongoing.

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Ragnar D.
Ragnar D.
2 months ago

I remember when the Department of Homeland Security was founded after the 9/11 false flag attacks. We willing gave up a significant amount of our liberty in exchange for being kept safe from scary-looking men with long beards wearing dresses living in caves in Afghanistan. It seems that twenty years later, DHS has adjusted its mission to go after the true terrorists: the American people who disagree with this depraved federal government.