Poland fines millions to SM that denies freedom of speech, Torontonians take to the streets and class action against Covid measures: Links 1, January 3, 2021

1. Some pushback in Quebec

2. This video has more insight than his normal videos do, and they normally have a lot. As a consequence, its less funny. But more worth seeing.

3. Poland to fine social media giants $2.2m every time they censor free speech | A Different View on Patreon

For your dartboards

A new law is due to be passed in Poland that would fine Big Tech firms a staggering $2.2 million every time they unconstitutionally censor lawful free speech online.
While liberal governments in western nations seek to fine social media giants Facebook and Twitter for failing to remove so-called “hate speech,” Poland is taking a refreshingly different approach.

“Under its provisions, social media services will not be allowed to remove content or block accounts if the content on them does not break Polish law.”
“In the event of removal or blockage, a complaint can be sent to the platform, which will have 24 hours to consider it.”
“Within 48 hours of the decision, the user will be able to file a petition to the court for the return of access. The court will consider complaints within seven days of receipt and the entire process is to be electronic.”

4. Class action case against the perpetrators of the largest pernicious hoax ever played on the West?

Full Video:

5. Not sure when this was, possibly very recent:

Thank you all who participated in this site from all angles, and thank you to ALL those who go to demonstrations and events for our collective freedoms and natural rights.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

2 Replies to “Poland fines millions to SM that denies freedom of speech, Torontonians take to the streets and class action against Covid measures: Links 1, January 3, 2021”

  1. I wondered how long it would be before someone took class action against the perpetrators of this lethal lockdown. Going for the purveyors of the phony PCR test also seems a good idea. But we have seen a pattern of courts refusing to do their job, for fear of offence, so who knows?

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