WORDPRESS GOOGLE BLOG CENSORSHIP CONSPIRACY!

#dleNoMore native blogger content being censored by wordpress, google due to the stephen harper conservative political pressures & government agencies. CONSPIRACY NEWS

Government Censorship Requests to Google Exploding

This wordpress blog is sadly a victim of googles filtering and censorship illicit behaviors.

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  1. WordPress Censoring Blogs? Conspiracy

    For all you bloggers out there, be be warned—Wordpress can and will censor your blog. How do I know this? I know this because WordPress censored my blog, today actually, over one of my recent articles.

    I wrote an article about Lady Gaga, one of the music industry’s most popular and controversial artists. I was writing about Gaga’s music videos, “Alejandro,” “Bad Romance,” and “Telephone” to be specific, and the types of themes contained within them. The themes range from S&M, to homosexuality, to the occult. Gaga is shocking, she loves it, and she’s famous for it.

    I posted my Gaga article last night. However, when I attempted to edit my post this morning (I hate finding typos) I was unable to do so for reasons unknown. Whatever I tried, I could not update the article, I couldn’t even post a new one. I tried refreshing my web page and restarting my browser but nothing worked. Then, I noticed the alert at the top of my dashboard, which read:

    Warning: We have concern about some of the content on your blog. Please click here to contact us as soon as possible to resolve the issue and re-enable posting.

    Are you kidding me? It took me a few seconds for the warning to sink in. WordPress censored my blog because they had “concern about some of the content”? I was speechless and I was very angry. I was equally angry that I had found several typos in my post, wanted to fix them, but was unable to thanks to the blog police at WordPress.

    I immediately contacted WordPress Support and vocalized my frustration. I posted my issue on the WordPress forum and received no response other than advising that I send an e-mail to the support team (which I already did). Last, I told all my friends on Facebook that WordPress had censored my blog by locking my account. In no way was I going to allow WordPress to get away with censoring my article; I wasn’t going down without a fight.

    Interestingly enough, I received an e-mail from “Anthony,” one of the WordPress techies, several hours later. The email said:

    Hi,

    Our apologies – the system should not have done that.

    We have removed the warning and we are very sorry for any concern it may have caused.

    Anthony
    WordPress.com

    It’s curious how “Anthony” said the “system should not have done that.” Apparently, WordPress has some sort of program that mines all the millions of blogs posted each day in an effort to flag various posts over “concern about some of the content.” I thought this was America. I thought that I could write an intelligent article on a highly controversial musical artist like Lady Gaga. After all, I was only pointing out what Lady Gaga was doing, nothing more. Should we then begin censoring music?

    The censorship issue is a hot topic. I know that many people feel strongly on both sides of the issue. While I realize the need for some things to be censored (obviously, I can’t walk outside my house and engage in a sexual act with a woman in the middle of the street; clearly, behavior like that should be prohibited), a line has to be drawn somewhere. But who gets to draw that line? Who decides what should or should not be censored? How does the First Amendment apply to the blogosphere? I don’t have all the answers to these questions. What I do know is that, until today, I had taken the First Amendment for granted. I had forgotten all about it.

    With my WordPress account up and running again, I venture out into the unknown to write about whatever strikes my fancy. I have a new-found passion to blog and a better understanding of the limits to the freedoms I had once taken for granted. With that, I say to all you bloggers out there, be mindful of what you write about—they are watching you.
    link to story: http://technorati.com/social-media/article/wordpress-censoring-blogs/page-2/

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