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Status of the O2/Symantec censorship issue

Updated 2019 04 20, to add links to related articles. Status of the O2/Symantec censorship issue There are at least close to 90 pro-male, pro-family, and anti-feminist websites that have I found are classified as hate-sites or that in some other way violate unspecified  standards by O2 (a large multi-national telecommunications service provider) and Symantec (vendor of Norton Antivirus).  A list of affected sites and blogs in contained in the right-hand side-bar of this screen, under the heading Roll of Honour. A virtually identical list is accessible at the website of The Rights of Man (UK). Some of the links are to web pages with dynamic content (so-called aggregators), web pages … Continue reading

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Corporate censorship of pro-male HR websites

Corporate censorship of pro-male human-rights websites Some people seem to think that the censorship directed against Fathers for Life, its affiliated blog, and against my other websites (the latter being community oriented), involves someone taking them down.  That needs to be clarified. Nothing has been taken down. There are two (perhaps more) insidious methods that are being used to censor Fathers for Life and its affiliated blogs, but the problem extends far beyond Fathers for Life (more about that farther down). Filtering and blocking such as that being done at the present (and who knows for how long that has been going on) by O2 (a major, European, multinational communications … Continue reading

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Censorship in action — Erin Pizzey censored

Censorship in action — Erin Pizzey censored.  This sums up the censorship directed against Erin Pizzey. A detailed explanation of the ins and outs of the trend line is complex and lengthy.  Therefore, I will generalize. The trend line shows a gradual decline in traffic to Erin Pizzey’s web pages. That decline does not represent a decline in the public’s interest. It does show the cumulative effect of many things that were done over the years that made it more difficult to find Erin Pizzey’s web pages at F4L. To sum it all up: The Trend Line shows Censorship in Action! October 2006 is the start of the trend line.  … Continue reading

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Censorship through filtering and blocking already at work in 2003

Censorship through filtering and blocking already at work in 2003. Not everything about censorship by filtering and blocking is as it seems at first glance. There can be legitimate reasons why it is being done, but I fail to see why someone has to slander a website or blog, so as to get it filtered and blocked. Help Combat an Attack on a Conservative Forum Posted on Wednesday, August 6, 2003 10:58:55 AM by LiberalSlayer99 A few weeks ago I attempted to follow a link from here to www.hollywoodhalfwits.com. Much to my chagrin, the site was blocked with the following: Forbidden You were denied access because: Access denied by WebWasher … Continue reading

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Censorship via filtering software and Internet search-engines

Regarding censorship via filtering software and Internet search-engines, just now I posted a comment at The Rights of Man.  The reason for doing so was an article by John Kimble, Thursday, 14 March 2013, “NOW OFFICIAL – O2 AND SYMANTEC BELIEVE HELPING MALE VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND SEX ABUSE IS HATEFUL”. John, I am running one of the websites you listed and commented on in your article, https://fathersforlife.org I am also using Google Analytics, to track and analyze traffic volumes over time for specific subjects, pages and areas of interest covered by my website.  I have been using Google Analytics since late October 2006. The filtering and blocking of … Continue reading

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Search-engine censorship, socialism, ant hills, and female supremacism

Updated 2019 03 18: Added links to related articles and revised search engine comparison tables to include 2019 03 18 search results. Search-engine censorship, socialism, ant hills, and female supremacism are all somewhat related.  Yes, there appears to be search engine censorship by Google and other but not all search-engine providers.  I don’t know what can be done to stop it, other than to promote search engines that are more objective in the ranking of web pages. Rather than harrietharmansucks.com (that link no longer functions and now leads to a webpage containing porn) having vanished completely from listings at Google, at google.com, it is now in 135th place of 763,000 … Continue reading

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censorship of sent comments pertaining to Erin Pizzey article in Daily Mail?

Although I had sent a comment on an Erin Pizzey article (How feminists tried to destroy the family, 22nd January 2007) to the Daily Mail a couple of days ago, the comment has not yet been posted at their website. Perhaps what I wrote does not match required standards; perhaps there is feminist censorship at work that prevents information on the total and absolute feminist censorship of Erin Pizzey’s book, ‘Prone to Violence’, to be published at the Daily Mail’s website. Here is what I had sent to the Daily Mail: When Erin Pizzey’s book, ‘Prone to Violence’, had first been published, the feminists so thoroughly censored it that by … Continue reading

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Canadian Federal Gross-Debt History

Usually, Canadian Federal Gross-Debt History focuses on only the accumulated budget deficit.  The expression extremely rarely focuses on the remaining 80 percent of government deficits, that is, on unfunded or unsecured liabilities.  Take this example: FRASER RESEARCH BULLETIN; April 2019 Examining Federal Debt in Canada by Prime Ministers Since Confederation, 2019 By Jake Fuss and Milagros Palacios Full article The following graph is from that article. Note: Few people ever (and neither do Fuss and Palacios) address governments’ unfunded liabilities (at least not in the indicated report). Gross Debt Commonly, Gross Debt is the sum of the accumulated budget deficit.  That is allocated or borrowed money to pay for government … Continue reading

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Freedom and Equality vs Rules and Power

Updated 2019 05 09 Freedom and equality vs rules and power — all are essential for symbiotic coexistence in a successful, thriving society. Many clamor for “freedom and equality” and forget that the price for that is “duties and obligations.” Fairness is a bit more difficult to achieve. There is little fairness in equality of outcomes. The latter is the enemy of and defeats the former.  Still, a successful, thriving society uses the right tools to establish a good balance in the apparent conflict between freedom and equality vs rules and power, by allowing and promoting them to exist in a constructive symbiosis. “The young men who are not embraced … Continue reading

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Click-Through Rate Page Views per Visit – SEO and GSC

This is Part 5 of Web page ranking and search engine optimization : SEO Updated 2019 04 22, to make addendum. Click-Through Rate (CTR) vs Page Views per Visit – The first is high on Google’s priority list, the second apparently not so much, leading to Google ignoring 94 percent of the traffic to dads&things, or does it?  Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Google Search Console (GSC) help with sorting some of that out. Click-through rate (CTR) is the ratio of users who click on a specific link to the number of total users who view a page, email, or advertisement. It is commonly used to measure the success of … Continue reading

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