Internet Regulation Dilemma: ‘Hate Speech Is Not Freedom of Speech’ – EU Analyst (Interview)

Facebook has said it plans to block what it defines as “praise, support and representation of white nationalism and separatism”

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Is Twitter Encouraging Hate Crimes in Venezuela?

The romantic story places Twitter, as well as Facebook, in the mind of one or several talented young people who,

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Donations Please: Internet Prices Going Crazy and CANTV Not Working

Editorial note: You have the donation buttons in the main upper menu of our website and also in the footer.

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Trustworthiness, That’s the Question

By G.A. Mercado Since the year 2000, at least $2 Trillions (Tn) have simply “evaporated” by the bankruptcy of 80+ banks and a handful of corporations in

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Why am I convinced the blackout was caused by a cyberattack, even though no evidence has been presented?

On March 7, 2019 at 4:54 in the afternoon, the worst electrical incident that has happened in the history of

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We Need your Support – Please Donate

  Dear readers, Orinoco Tribune needs your help to keep operating and providing alternative information about Venezuela for English speakers.

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Fake News Campaign on Nationwide Blackout and Update on Current Situation

Last Thursday at 4:53 pm a general electric blackout affected Venezuela on 70% of its territory. This has been the

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A Fork to the History of Banking

By G.A. Mercado The logic behind the current banking system has remained pretty much the same since the mid 14th

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President Maduro celebrates the first 10 years of Vtelca

The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro , recalled on Monday that in 2009, with the support

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Lawless ‘Twitter Coup’ in Venezuela Sets Deeply Dangerous Precedent – Analyst

By Ekaterina Blinova The unfolding “Twitter coup” in Venezuela has set a deeply dangerous precedent, Adam Garrie, a geopolitical analyst

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Orinoco Tribune is a project that was launched at the end of November, 2018, and the idea for our site

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Twitter Closed Hundreds of Venezuelan Accounts, Affecting Correo del Orinoco and the Vice President’s Office

This is the “wildest Hegelian dream” according to Orinoco Tribune’s editor, Jesus Rodriguez, also affected recently by a ban on

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Iran Will Launch its Cryptocurrency to Respond to US Sanctions

At the 8th Annual Conference on Electronic Banking and Payment System will be presented the new virtual currency that will

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Instagram and Facebook Eliminate Verification to Maduro’s Accounts

The social networks of Instagram and Facebook eliminated on Wednesday the verification badges to the accounts of the president of

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