NYT Cheers the Rise of Censorship Algorithms, by Robert Parry

I knew I recognized this authors name but could ‘t put it together – Iran Contra!
Robert, he isn’t as well known as you are for the Golden!

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So, presumably based on what the Times, the Post, Bellingcat and the other esteemed oracles of truth say is true, 90 percent or more of contrary information could soon be vulnerable to the censorship algorithms that can quickly detect and stamp out divergent points of view. Such is the Orwellian future mapped out for Western “democracy,” and The New York Times can’t wait for this tightly regulated – one might say, rigged – “marketplace of ideas” to take over.

STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC

Remember when the press fought censorship? Now the mainstream media is leading the charge for censorship, especially hi-tech censorship. From Robert Parry at consortiumnews.com:

Exclusive: The New York Times is cheering on the Orwellian future for Western “democracy” in which algorithms quickly hunt down and eliminate information that the Times and other mainstream outlets don’t like, reports Robert Parry.

Just days after sporting First Amendment pins at the White House Correspondents Dinner – to celebrate freedom of the press – the mainstream U.S. media is back to celebrating a very different idea: how to use algorithms to purge the Internet of what is deemed “fake news,” i.e. what the mainstream judges to be “misinformation.”

The New York Times, one of the top promoters of this new Orwellian model for censorship, devoted two-thirds of a page in its Tuesday editions to a laudatory piece about high-tech entrepreneurs refining artificial intelligence that…

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Author: Lisa the Infidel

I am an #Infidel - born and bred North Carolina.

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