I think Facebook has blocked me.
Every morning, I copy and paste links to the latest articles on my Facebook page (here). This morning, when I attempted to post the rant about the Roxbury “hero” (it’s here) Facebook would not let me post it.
I can view – and others can post – but all of a sudden, I cannot!
Slowly but surely, the noose tightens.
Last week, Goo-guhl tried to make it more difficult for independent media to download and upload images, allegedly for reasons of “copyright infringement” but in actuality, to make it harder to independent media to quickly access and use images that are in the public domain. Now, it’s effectively impossible to download – as an example – an image of an old indenture contract – an image no one really owns but which is now deemed “exclusive” to whatever site Goo-guhl decrees published it first.
I have also noticed that – all of a sudden – images obtained elsewhere, which used to take seconds to upload, now often take as long as 60 seconds to upload. Something has changed.
And the change isn’t good.
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