The Censorship Adventures of Microsoft By Brian Simpson

     The latest internet censorship news is that the elites are moving on from shutting down discussion of race/immigration, to shutting down corporate critique, through use of software that does all of the censoring, passively:
  https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-01-25-microsoft-now-conspiring-with-pro-monsanto-front-group-newsguard.html

“Microsoft has just unveiled its plans to partner up with NewsGuard, a “startup” company bent on censoring the world wide web, disguised as an app that helps users weed out “fake news.” Now, instead of being an app that users can choose to download, Microsoft will be incorporating the technology as an integrated feature of their mobile web browser, Edge. If you use your cellphone to surf the web, Edge might not be the best choice — unless you enjoy being spoon-fed leftist propaganda by a neocon corporation that is tied to Monsanto. As if the blatant censorship of conservatives across social media wasn’t bad enough, Microsoft and NewsGuard are now conspiring to suppress all kinds of information, ranging from conservative news organizations to scientific literature exposing the dangers of GMOs. As sources report, the censorship software NewsGuard will soon be a key element of Microsoft’s mobile web browser, Edge. Instead of having to download an app, users will simply have to click a button to enable the rating system. The system is described as a “green-red rating signal if a website is trying to get it right or instead has a hidden agenda or knowingly publishes falsehoods or propaganda.”

Under this system, a select few people are tasked with deciding what is true, and what is false. The people who run NewsGuard, who have elected themselves to be the arbiters of truth, now decide which news organizations are pushing a secret agenda, and which ones aren’t — at least, if you’re using Edge.”

     So the short-term “solution,” and we all love nice simple solutions, is to not use the mobile web browser, Edge. In fact, don’t use Microsoft at all, because Billy Gates is rich enough. There still are alternatives:
  https://www.techradar.com/au/news/the-best-free-office-software
  https://alternativeto.net/software/internet-explorer/ 

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