For suggesting that the monkeypox epidemic was linked to mRNA vaccines Professor Shmuel Shapira, former director of the Israel Institute for Biological Research between 2013 and 2021, is censored by Twitter.
London approved the extradition of Julian Assange to the United States, where he faces up to 175 years in prison for “conspiring” against American interests. This decision is a serious breach of the freedom to inform and be informed.
In order to fight against misinformation, social networks and major media have decided to tackle “fake news”. But the “verifiers” don’t necessarily have the skills and talent to distinguish between the true and the false. Fact-checking with a Pfizer twist.
Elliot Papadiamandis, 16, International Chess Master, posted an ad on LinkedIn looking for a sponsor. His post, which went viral, was seen 1.5 million times in a few hours. Record broken. But his account was deleted. Why was this?
The head of the World Trade Organization warned Tuesday against splitting the global economy into rival blocs amid the war in Ukraine, calling on countries not to restrict trade at this time of crisis.
A 48-hour strike was voted at Le Républicain Lorrain (Metz), a 24-hour walkout at L’Est Républicain (Nancy, Besançon) and at Vosges Matin (Epinal), all three of which belong to the EBRA group (Crédit Mutuel).