I’m being blocked and ‘messed with’ extensively, and if this continues, I will have to stop publishing — until Americans wake up and are willing to take responsibility for these actions. Until they do, they will only increase 🙂 ~J
Addressing Russian MPs on Wednesday, Lavrov said that while Trump is known for his negotiating abilities, he is not the only one who can master this.
Google cracks down on ‘fake news’ by permanently banning 200 sites . . . BTW, I went looking for this article by doing a SEARCH with the title, and I couldn’t find it. The same with this story: The EPA Is Being Pressured To Prohibit The Addition of Fluoride Into Public Drinking Water If anyone is able to input it and finds a link, please share it!
The crackdown has begun.
In a blog post by Scott Spencer, director of product management for sustainable ads, posted on Wednesday, Google said it has banned 200 publishers from accessing its Adsense advertising service for posting fake news stories. Google said it had cracked down on sites which contained 1) Ads for illegal products; 2) Misleading ads; 3) Bad ads on mobile; 4) Ads trying to game the system and, 5) Promoting and profiting from bad sites. But the emphasis was on the so-called “fake news” category which has dominated media buzz for the past two months.
This is how Spencer explained his action:
Enraged Pope Fires Knights Of Malta Leader As President Trump Media Grab Begins . . . Until the dust settles and I can get a handle on where Trump is going, I’m not going to consider this co-intel site, which seems to share much good info as a basis for its stories, off limits. . .
Trump’s voter fraud probe could ensnare daughter & top officials . . . Forget voter fraud, it’s been proved that both sides tried to steal the election, and Trump simply did a better job. It is very likely this will be used as a distraction, when right now we have many more pressing problems.
THAAD: Chinese Response and Talks at the Background of Impeachment, NEO This is worth every minute it takes to read and shows that China can play the US game, too . . . and maybe even better.