Do you believe “the US Government is purposely exceeding its Constitutional authority?”
Do you “oppose many federal and state laws and regulations, particularly those related to firearms ownership?”
Would you ever consider “tak[ing] overt steps to violently resist or facilitate the overthrow of the US Government [if it were] trying to establish a totalitarian regime?”
If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, then you’re probably in Big Tech’s database under the new category: “far-right militia.”
The database is run by the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism, which was founded “under pressure from U.S. and European governments” by YouTube, Twitter, Microsoft, and Facebook and includes over a dozen other tech giants.
In the past, this “database has focused on videos and images from terrorist groups on a United Nations list and so has largely consisted of content from Islamist extremist organizations such as Islamic State, al Qaeda and the Taliban.”
In recent years, the United States Government Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) has deputized this Big Tech conglomeration to censor and disrupt these “terrorists.” ODNI claims to assist the platforms in “identify[ing] terrorist content” and providing input on “how terrorists use the internet.”