Tag: censorship

YouTube is Purging Again . . . Here’s How to Find Me

10/25/202062 Comments


As you’ve probably seen by now, YouTube has engaged in another round of purging. But don’t worry, not only can you access all my work directly from CorbettReport.com, all of my videos are now uploaded to Archive.org, BitChute, LBRY and Minds.com. In addition, LBRY has now backed up the enter Corbett Report YouTube channel (and of course the entire Corbett Report Extras channel is backed up on BitChute). Oh, and I forgot to mention the IPFS backup of the entire website. Do your worst, GooTube!

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The Corbett Report . . . Now on IPFS!

10/13/2020


Did you know The Corbett Report is on IPFS? Well, you do now! Do you know what that means? Well, you’re about to! (Spoiler: The Corbett Report is now censorship resistant).

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Interview 1584 – Ernest Hancock and Derrick Slopey on IPFS

10/12/202020 Comments

Did you know The Corbett Report is on IPFS? Well, you do now! Do you know what that means? Well, you’re about to! (Spoiler: The Corbett Report is now censorship resistant)

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Google Tries to Burn LBRY . . . But LBRY Fights Back

10/01/2020


Jeremy Kauffman joins us to discuss LBRY, an open-source, decentralized protocol that is helping creators share video content peer-to-peer through the LBRY app and LBRY.tv. Today we talk about the newly-launched LBRY web portal, Odysee.com, and how the LBRY app was (briefly) banned from the Google Playstore in the latest attempt to burn the LBRY of Alexandria.

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YouTube Regrets – #PropagandaWatch

09/30/202089 Comments


Are you concerned that watching YouTube-recommended CNN propaganda has turned you into a raging imperial warmonger? Or that that MSNBC video in the sidebar harmed you with its medical misinformation? Well, the Mozilla Foundation wants to hear all about your #YouTubeRegrets.

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Interview 1579 – Jeremy Kauffman Introduces LBRY and Odysee

09/29/202026 Comments

Jeremy Kauffman joins us to discuss LBRY, an open-source, decentralized protocol that is helping creators share video content through the LBRY app and LBRY.tv. Today we talk about the newly-launched LBRY web portal, Odysee.com, and how the LBRY app was (briefly) banned from the Google Playstore in the latest attempt to burn the LBRY of Alexandria.

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How to Save the Library – QFC #069

09/23/2020


We all know the Library of Alexandria is on fire, but how do we save it? In this follow-up question and answer session after his presentation to the Justice Rising conference, James Corbett tackles questions about regulating the social media giants, discusses decentralized platforms and talks about search alternatives.

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How to Save the Library – Questions For Corbett #069

09/21/202049 Comments

We all know the Library of Alexandria is on fire, but how do we save it? In this follow-up question and answer session after his presentation to the Justice Rising conference, James Corbett tackles questions about regulating the social media giants, discusses decentralized platforms and talks about search alternatives.

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The Library of Alexandria is on Fire

09/19/2020


We all know the story of the Library of Alexandria, the vast repository of ancient texts that was burnt to the ground by Caesar in 48 B.C. While the story itself isn’t accurate, it speaks to us today as we face the digital book burnings that are threatening the modern-day Library of Alexandria: the internet. In this speech delivered at the Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth’s Justice Rising conference on September 13, 2020, James Corbett connects the dots from that ancient story to the internet censorship of today, and outlines what we can do to fight the fire that is threatening our most important information.

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Episode 384 – The Library of Alexandria is on Fire

09/18/202057 Comments

We all know the story of the Library of Alexandria, the vast repository of ancient texts that was burnt to the ground by Caesar in 48 B.C. While the story itself isn’t accurate, it speaks to us today as we face the digital book burnings that are threatening the modern-day Library of Alexandria: the internet. In this speech delivered at the Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth’s Justice Rising conference on September 13, 2020, James Corbett connects the dots from that ancient story to the internet censorship of today, and outlines what we can do to fight the fire that is threatening our most important information.

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