Big Tech’s mission is to keep you safe.
Well, that’s what they say, at least.
And now PayPal is teaming up with the Anti-Defamation League, and the reason why will shock you.
Big Tech giants like Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, and Google have announced they’ll begin sharing content in “The Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism” (GIFCT) database in hopes of cracking down on material from white supremacists and far-right militias.
And it’s totally up to the companies what constitutes “white supremacy” and what makes up a “far-right militia.”
If this scares you, good, it should.
Like an eager little brother, PayPal has decided they want in on the action too.
PayPal announced that the company will team up with the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to gather “intelligence” on how extremist and hate movements use financial platforms for funding.
Again, these “extremists” and so-called “hate movements” are all defined by PayPal and the ADL.
No liberal bias there, right?
According to a release from July 26, the initiative will be led through ADL’s Center on Extremism.
“We have a unique opportunity to further understand how hate spreads and develop key insights that will inform the efforts of the financial industry, law enforcement, and our communities in mitigating extremist threats,” said Jonathan Greenblatt, ADL’s CEO.
Along with “following financial flows” of white supremacist and anti-government organizations, the initiative will also focus on any networks profiting from racism or anti-immigration sources.
PayPal and ADL will share the information they gather with other Big Tech conglomerates and law enforcement.
Democrat-controlled Big Tech giants are no longer hiding the fact that they’re censoring anyone who disagrees with the current administration or radical liberal agenda it is pushing.
There is no telling what these companies will decide is the “definition” of anti-government, racism, anti-immigration, or extremists.
“We’re hoping to have an impact on fighting hatred and extremism, which sadly seems to be surging in society across the globe,” said Aaron Karczmer, PayPal’s chief risk officer.
These are everyday individuals with a desire to take down anything that is pro-America, pro-family, and pro-God – they cannot be trusted to decide what constitutes “hatred.”
According to news reports, fourteen companies can access the GIFCT database, including Snapchat, Linked In, Instagram, Dropbox, and others.
Yes, even Dropbox monitors the files you’re sharing with the PTA moms for the upcoming bake sale.
There is no telling what steps PayPal will take once they flag someone or a company as an “extremist,” but it is very likely lives will be devastated.
The Left will stop at nothing to take down those who disagree, and they have the full backing of very powerful people with very deep pockets.
The silencing of those who oppose the radical leftist agenda has only just begun – it’s about to get much, much worse.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.