Disobedient Media has previously reported on the ongoing persecution of Wikileaks supporters, including comedian, human rights activist and journalist Randy […]
A few days ago, Wikileaks published Vault 8, which includes the source code for Wikileaks’ earlier Vault 7 publication. Wikileaks […]
Earlier today, social media giant Twitter was reported to have engaged in severe censorship during the 2016 US Presidential election, specifically hiding hashtags […]
Suzie Dawson, leader of New Zealand’s Internet Party, spoke with the German Pirate Party this weekend as part of their annual conference. […]
Disobedient Media’s Associate Editor Elizabeth Vos spoke earlier this evening with journalist, author and columnist HA Goodman about the debunking of the Russian hacking narrative, the recent crackdown in Catalonia, and the hypocrisy of establishment Democrats.
anyone who supports, allies, or works with Wikileaks is a potential target for complicated, sometimes entirely fabricated, character assassination. In the case of Assange and Todd and Clare, the fabricated allegations of pedophilia were proven to be blatantly false. This casts light on other smears surrounding Wikileaks supporters, and suggests that the organization poses a serious threat to establishment interests.
In a scene that appeared to belong in a repressive dictatorship rather than in a Western member state of the EU, Spanish riot police violently attacked hundreds of peaceful Catalonian citizens attempting to vote this morning.
Disobedient Media’s Associate Editor and co-founder Elizabeth Vos speaks to Naomi Karavani regarding the rapid escalation of media censorship.
Disobedient Media previously reported on the suppression of the Catalan independence movement by Spanish authorities. Since that time, repressive tactics in Spain have increased and Disobedient Media was smeared by Spanish media outlet El Pais, along with Edward Snowden and Julian Assange.
Shortly after Gab filed a lawsuit against Google, they were forced to change their domain; they are the latest in a string of instances of tech giants including Google and Youtube censoring independent voices from all sides of the political spectrum.
Over the last few weeks, the Catalonian independence movement has provoked escalating and severe reactions from Spanish authorities, despite up to one million protestors taking to the streets of Barcelona. That a member state of the European Union would be able to treat its citizens in such a manner without consequence is deeply troubling.
The Dutroux scandal serves as a definitive example of the exposure of deep corruption leading to widespread public distrust in the legitimacy of their institutions of government. The case was ultimately met with silence.