The Internet is an amazing invention that has revolutionized our lives .For being able to communicate with People over the world and access an endless amount of information.

However, with all of these benefits come a few drawbacks. One such drawback is that of censorship

In today's world web 2 dominated the entire market.

Today, many businesses such as Google, Facebook, YouTube, and more have the right to remove the content if it does not adhere to their rules.

 As a result, many people have no recourse if they find their content has been taken down. This can lead to feelings of helplessness and frustration, especially if the content was important to the individual or group.

That is why me and my team have have to develop the pink Paper. This is a platform designed to promote freedom of speech and no matter what the content is .

With the Pink Paper users are able to Publish their content without fear of censorship.

The Pink paper is a step in the right direction towards creating a censorship-free internet.

We also hope that more people will join us in our mission to protect freedom of Speech and make sure that everyone’s voice is heard.

Some examples of Big tech censorship victims

1.Alex Jones

  1. In December 2018, Twitter permanently suspended the account of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones after he posted a tweet about the Sandy Hook mass shooting.

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2.David Hogg

2. In October 2018, Facebook removed a post by a conservative commentator claiming that David Hogg and other Parkland survivors were crisis actors.

In May 2018, Facebook removed a page that was created to spread information about David Hogg.

In April 2018, YouTube demonetized a video featuring David Hogg after he criticized the NRA.

Twitter account:- @David Hogg

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3.Laura Loomer

3.Laura Loomer, a far-right activist and conspiracy theorist, has been a target of Big Tech censorship.

 She has been banned from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, PayPal, Venmo, GoFundMe, Medium, and Stripe. Loomer has also been permanently suspended from Uber and Lyft and denied a press credential to the 2020 Democratic National Convention. 

Loomer has accused Big Tech platforms of engaging in censorship and discrimination against her because of her political views.

Twitter Account :- @LauraLoomer

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4. Paul Joseph Watson's

4. The major tech companies such as YouTube, Facebook, and Apple have censored Paul Joseph Watson's content. 

YouTube, for example, removed several of his videos in 2019, citing a violation of their hate speech policies. Similarly, 

Facebook removed several of his posts and pages in 2019, citing violations of their hate speech policies. 

Apple also removed some of Watson's podcasts from its podcast app in 2019.

Twitter account :- @PrisonPlanet

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5.Milo Yiannopoulos

#Miloyiannopoulos, a British political commentator and former editor of the far-right website Breitbart News, was banned by several big tech companies in 2019. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and others banned Yiannopoulos for violating their policies against hate speech.

Milo Yiannopoulos had long been known for his inflammatory and offensive comments regarding various minority groups, which led to the companies' decision to ban him.

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Twitter account :- @SkyNews

6.Gavin McInnes

big tech companies have banned #GavinMcinnes . In October 2019, Twitter permanently suspended his account due to violations of its policies. 

In June 2020, YouTube announced that it had removed multiple videos from Mclnns' channel for violating its policies. Additionally, Facebook has also removed multiple posts from Mclnns' page for violating its policies.

Reporter:- @joan_e

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7.James Damore

#Jamesdamore was fired from Google in 2017 after he wrote a memo that was widely seen as being critical of the company's diversity policies.

he memo, which was shared widely on social media, argued that biological differences between men and women may account for the lack of gender diversity in tech and leadership roles. 

Google CEO Sundar Pichai initially defended the memo, but later said it advanced "harmful gender stereotypes" and contradicted the company's code of conduct.

Other tech companies, including Apple and Microsoft, have also publicly denounced Damore's memo, and have made it clear that they will not tolerate similar behavior.

Reporter : - @echuckles

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8.Chuck Johnson 

#ChuckJohnson was banned by top big tech companies for a variety of reasons. He has a history of making inflammatory and derogatory statements about people and organizations, including posting false information and conspiracy theories online. He has also engaged in harassment and intimidation of individuals, often targeting those with opposing political views. His comments have been seen as promoting hate speech and have caused outrage in the public. Additionally, he has been accused of using hateful language to target people of color, immigrants, and those with disabilities.

Reporter :- @caitlindewey

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9.Mike Cernovich

Mike Cernovich is a controversial commentator and conspiracy theorist who has been banned from many big tech companies due to his posts and statements that have been deemed to be hateful, misogynistic, and dangerous.

 He has been banned from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Spotify, and other social media platforms for making false and inflammatory statements about prominent public figures and topics such as the coronavirus pandemic, racial justice, and the election.

 Additionally, Cernovich has been criticized for promoting conspiracy theories such as "Pizzagate," which led to an armed man storming a pizzeria in Washington, D.C. in 2016

Reporter:- @MichaelEHayden

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10.Richard Spencer

Big tech companies have a long history of censoring Richard Spencer, an American white supremacist, due to his inflammatory rhetoric and support of violent acts. Companies such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram have all made moves to limit the reach of Spencer’s online presence. In 2016, Facebook removed all of Spencer’s pages, citing a violation of their terms of service which prohibits hate speech.

Twitter also took a stance against Spencer’s hate speech in November 2017, permanently suspending his personal account.

YouTube has also been known to remove videos featuring Spencer, and in June of 2018, Instagram completely banned him from its platform. As of 2020, Spencer’s online presence is effectively non-existent, with all major tech companies having taken steps to censor his hate speech and inflammatory rhetoric.

Reporter :- @Sydelll

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11.Jack Posobiec

Big tech organizations like Google, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have come under fire for alleged censorship of conservative content. This has been widely discussed by figures like Jack Posobiec, a conservative political commentator. Posobiec has been outspoken in his criticism of tech companies for censoring conservative content, arguing that this has a detrimental effect on free expression and ultimately limits access to alternative points of view.

Reporter:- @CatSalgado32

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The list is not over yet; there are still many people who have become victims of big tech companies. We will cover soon.