Instagram Acts as Arm of US Govt, Bans Top Iranian Officials After IRGC ‘Terrorist’ Designation

Top Iranian government officials were suspended from Facebook-owned Instagram just hours after Trump dubbed the IRGC a “terrorist” organization. By

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In Spain, They Pay “Influencers” for Tweeting Against Maduro

The Spanish media El Confidencial unveiled what is behind the curtain around a media campaign against Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro,

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Rubio Swears he Spoke With “13 High Ranked Army Leaders”

US Senator Marco Rubio said Saturday that he has spoken with “13 high ranked leaders” of the Bolivarian National Armed

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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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Rubio Tweets an Image of Sodomized Gaddafi in an Open Threat to Maduro – Twitter go crazy

The Republican senator from Florida, Marco Rubio, a recognized active and extremist critic of the current Venezuelan government, posted a

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UN Expert Launches Twitter Poll to Measure Guaido’s Support (Vote!)

The independent expert of the United Nations (UN) Alfred de Zayas launched a survey on the social network Twitter about

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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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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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