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Flagging media for violations against the Constitutional Rights of US Citizens. UNITED STATES CITIZENS BUREAU (USCB) United States Citizens BUREAU monitoring the media for propaganda, censorship, shadow banning, fake news, social engineering, election interference, platform bullying and more. The Thin Red Line of volunteer United States citizens standing up for the Constitution of the United States and the future of America and our children's future.
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CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES
SUPPORTED IN OUTER
information, ideas, or rumors deliberately spread widely to help or harm a person, group, movement, institution, nation, etc.the deliberate spreading of such information, rumors, etc.the particular doctrines or principles propagated by an organization or movement.
Archaic . an organization or movement for the spreading of propaganda.
SOCIAL networks have a problem with trolls, spammers, bots and others who degrade the quality of interaction. Some are easier to deal with: spammers have their accounts shut down.
Others are trickier: what should social platforms do about real people acting in bad faith and driving away other users? Some people believe that social networks use something called a “shadowban” to quietly silence an account.
What is a shadowbanning?
The currency of social networks is attention. A shadowban, in theory, curtails the ways in which that attention may be earned without blocking a user’s ability to post new messages or carry out typical actions on a network. Shadowbanned users are not told that they have been affected. They can continue to post messages, add new followers and comment on or reply to other posts. But their messages may not appear in the feed, their replies may be suppressed and they may not show up in searches for their usernames.
The only hint that such a thing is happening would be a dip in likes, favorites or retweets—or an ally alerting them to their disappearance.
from the Econmist G.F
noun forbiddance; ban