US Homeland Security Wants to Track Journalists Worldwide

US Homeland Security Wants to Track Journalists Worldwide

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Updated: April 18, 2018

RT on Apr 8, 2018

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is recruiting staff to compile a database, aimed at monitoring journalists around the world.

See also: ‘Conspiracy theory’? US Homeland Security wants to track journalists & analyze media ‘sentiment’


Updated: April 18, 2018

Homeland Security to Track Bloggers, Journalists, & Editors

RT America on Apr 19, 2018

On this episode of America’s Lawyer, Mike Papantonio and Brigida Santos talk about the DHS’s new plan to track Journalists, bloggers, and other media influencers.

from the archives:

If There is No Freedom of Speech for Julian Assange, There is No Freedom of Speech for Any of Us by John Pilger

John Pilger: Blocking Internet Access for Julian Assange is a War on Freedom of Speech

Faking It by William Bowles

Chris Hedges: When Are Journalists Foreign Agents? + Q&A

Censorship: The Death Knell of Democracy

Chris Hedges and Robert Scheer: The Silencing of the Left

The U.S. Government Has Essentially Created A Ministry of Truth

Pieces of Truth Forged Into Daggers of Deception + ‘Fake News’ Covers Up Domestic Propaganda Law

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    • Journalists have been targets for much longer than the years following Sept. 11, 2001, but yes, it is getting worse and they have the technology to do it better nowadays, unfortunately.

  10. Hmm…always figured my brain would get me thrown in prison. Not immediately, I suppose, but I’m sure it’s not far off. What the hell else can such a list be for? And how far down the ladder will they go? All the way, even to a peon like me, I’m sure. Because I have thoughts and opinions, and a desire to try to understand the world around me. Yeah, and that won’t gel with the powers that be…the ones who will put themselves in the position to define “fake news” now.

    This is a phrase I don’t say lightly because I tend to question how much a certain all-powerful being actually deals with human beings when there’s a whole universe out there, but I have to say “God help us all.”

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