According to an Archive.org blog post, you will now know if a page was pulled down or received an alert over what “fact-checkers” consider “misinformation.”
This also includes “dead” web pages that were archived. The Internet Archive has started adding fact checks and context to Wayback Machine pages to explain just why the pages were removed. If a page was part of a disinformation campaign or pulled due to a policy violation, a distinct yellow banner will explain why.
The fact checks will come from a variety of mainstream outlets, including FactCheck.org, Politifact, the Associated Press, and the Washington Post. Which absolutely in no way will be manipulated, right?
With social media censorship hitting peak Orwell to combat ‘disinformation’ surrounding the November election, the industry’s army of fact checkers have become brazen in their quest to make sure the public isn’t exposed to dangerous thoughts.
To help one understand the inner-workings of these highly credentialed, non-partisan, definitely agenda-free arbiters of reality (such as the COVID virus-leak debunker who worked at the Wuhan Institute of Virology),
comedian JP Sears a typical fact checker has provided a captivating look into the surely well-lived lives of our intellectual gatekeepers.
Today in news about the radical left-wing censorship machines our social media companies have become, it was exposed this week that Facebook’s fact-checker, Lead Stories, is an outfit that is stocked to the brim with ex-CNN staffers.
The organization presents itself as neutral yet “most of its employees” have donated to the Democratic party, according to RT.
The National Pulse reached out to Facebook’s fact checkers this week after a story they published about Black Lives Matter was flagged as “partly false” by the platform. This led TNP to “do some digging” on who was behind the smear.
What they found was stunning: an organization “staffed almost entirely by Democratic donors, half of whom had worked for CNN in the past.”