The World Economic Forum (WEF) has created a new group called “Global Coalition for Digital Safety”. This includes officials from various countries, and businesses.
“Technology offers tools to learn, play, connect, and contribute to solving some of the world’s greatest challenges. But digital safety harms remain a threat to these possibilities. As the World Economic Forum is uniquely positioned to accelerate the public-private collaboration needed to advance digital safety globally, Microsoft is eager to participate and help build whole-of-society solutions to this whole-of-society problem.” stated Courtney Gregoire, Chief Digital Safety Officer, Microsoft
A new report from the World Economic Forum, Advancing Digital Safety: A Framework to Align Global Action states its plan for future censorship practices. This report may highlight the end of free online speech. Someone else will now dictate what is, and is not, considered “free speech” and what is considered “misinformation”. We no longer can decide on the source of information used to inform ourselves.
“When an oppressed minority seeks equality and justice, and freedom from the harm and violence brought on by the systematically privileged speech of others, that’s not censorship, that’s accountability,” states Malkia Devich‐Cyril, the Founder of MediaJustice.
“We need globally aligned regulation,” stated Simon Milner, Vice President of Public Policy at Facebook, Singapore
“Some assert that Facebook, Twitter and other companies go too far in their content removal practices. But in the United States, for example, these private companies are not obligated to protect First Amendment speech rights and can moderate certain categories of harmful but legal (“lawful but awful”) content.”
MIT recently launched a new program called Reconnaissance of Influence Operations (RIO) to “automatically detect misinformation” online. Who decides the program’s algorithm, and what ideology must be followed to avoid being labeled as “misinformation”?
“Erika Mackin, another research team member, also applied a new machine learning approach that helps RIO to classify these accounts by looking into data related to behaviors such as whether the account interacts with foreign media and what languages it uses. This approach allows RIO to detect hostile accounts that are active in diverse campaigns, ranging from the 2017 French presidential elections to the spread of Covid-19 disinformation.”
“Another unique aspect of RIO is that it can detect and quantify the impact of accounts operated by both bots and humans, whereas most automated systems in use today detect bots only. RIO also has the ability to help those using the system to forecast how different countermeasures might halt the spread of a particular disinformation campaign.”
Free Speech will ultimately be defined by Artificial Intelligence (AI), written by the globalist’s censorship framework, which we now have proof of. Even if you don’t think this applies to you, if we don’t push back now, how far do you think censorship will go? What starts with suppression of ‘alternative thinking’ quickly leads to the censorship of ‘thinking’. Is it truly a thought, when opposition and resistance are no longer an option?
Just because someone disagrees with a specific way of thinking, does not mean their voice should be suppressed. In the case of COVID-19, many voices were silenced and deemed “misinformation”, and unsilenced, as new information surfaced. Machines should not determine our free speech, even the suggestion is ridiculous. Diverse thinking is what makes our country free. Conversation, discussion, and debate is not illegal nor a crime. However, free speech, soon may not.