Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, Google and Big Tech Will Monitor Platforms and Report Extremist Content to FIVE EYES Intelligence Network
Obviously, who and what is defined as “extremist content” will be determined by the Big Tech insiders themselves. This provides a gateway, another plausible deniability aspect, to cover the Intelligence Branch from any oversight.
When the Intelligence Branch within government wants to conduct surveillance and monitor American citizens, they run up against problems due to the Constitution of the United States. They get around those legal limitations by sub-contracting the intelligence gathering, the actual data-mining, and allowing outside parties (contractors) to have access to the central database.
Paypal Partners With Anti-Defamation League to Block Financial Transactions for Extremists and Hate Movements
According to a news release this morning, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has joined with PayPal on a research partnership to monitor how extremists use financial platforms to fund criminal activity.
According to the release, the partnership will focus on “uncovering and disrupting the financial pipelines that support extremist and hate movements” by targeting “actors and networks spreading and profiting from all forms of hate and bigotry.” Their findings will be “shared broadly across the financial industry and with policymakers and law enforcement.” (read full press release here)
Earlier today it was announced that Big Tech will monitor the internet, create a database of extremists, and report content they do not approve to the United State Intelligence Community for further action (DEPLATFORMING). This latest notification from ADL would be a step in using the lists created by Big Tech to notify financial institutions of who needs to be blocked from banking services (DEMONETIZING).