INTERNET CENSORSHIP IS HERE!
I have many people on my confidential email list that are notified when I post a new article on my blog involving Constitutional issues. No one else has access to the list and I don’t do forwards. However, several years ago I began having problems with some of my emails being blocked. It started with members of the U.S. Army who had subscribed to my blog using their military email addresses had my emails blocked.
When this occurred I received the following notifications: “The message that you sent to an @us.army.mil user with subject "The Politics of Fear" was not accepted for delivery since it contained URLs that Army Cyber Command has disallowed.” Apparently someone in Obama’s Pentagon has decided that American soldiers should not be allowed to read articles about the Constitution they have taken an oath to defend. My inquiries to Army Cyber Command about the reason for this were ignored.
A few months later similar inquiries made to AOL were ignored when my emails to subscribers with AOL email accounts were being blocked. I experimented with these emails and finally determined that it was my signature on my emails that included links to my blog, the United States Justice Foundation, the Constitutional Law Alliance, and even to my books were triggering the blocks. We changed the URLS to those links and that seemed to solve the problem, at least temporarily.
However, recently I have been getting additional indications that my emails are again being blocked. This is occurring with Comcast emails, and now with some Verizon emails. In the case of Verizon some of my subscribers have reported they receive my emails on their Verizon account, but they are blocked when they try to forward them to their contacts.
Also, I have noticed that in the past when I made a new post to my blog, I would usually receive email comments from scores of people on my list. That has recently fallen off to just a hand full. Now I have been getting info that my emails are being blocked to addresses that do not appear to be connected to Google addresses and even addresses that are not connected to the large servers. I suspect that I have not received notifications of all of the emails I have sent that have been blocked.
I have received confirmation today that his problem is being experienced by other conservative blogs, websites, and newsletters. This is clearly an all-out effort by internet companies to censor the Internet and try to eliminate the free speech of those of us who dare to disagree with the leftist agenda.
The purpose of this article is to inform Americans of what is happening and to ask for the help of my subscribers. Please acknowledge that you have received the email informing you of the posting of this article. That way I can isolate the emails that are being blocked. I am also sending out the emails without my signature containing URLS so I can try to determine if it is those or my email address that is triggering the blocking of my emails.
I will inform you of the results. I am far from being an Internet expert, so I would also appreciate any suggestions about how to protect my emails and blog from these attacks.
I am receiving your mail through my google account.. Thanks for the heads up.
I believe we can determine that circumstance's establish that our internet is being monitored, censored and selectively blocked. Now, what do you purpose we do about it?
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Thanks Harry - I received it. I too, have experienced some blocking to friends with a military email address. I asked a few of them why and some of them tell me that the military has filters on incoming emails that are triggered by certain words that will cause them to be blocked. Some of my friends have provided their private emails that seems to work ok. I have tried sending some emails to both of their addresses and found that the military email addresses are blocked but the private ones go through with no problem.
Have noticed the same problem--but in my case thought it my ineptitude at mastering the beast
Yahoo has been doing it to me for a while now. I've had my account with them since the beginning, but I'm about ready to change providers. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what might be secure these days ??
Hi ! I also use Yahoo email server. I suggest that you go to 'Settings' - shows up on the upper right corner while resting cursor on your profile image [or 'options' too, depending upon what issue of Yahoo you use.
Go to 'Account Settings'. Go to 'Location setting'. Yahoo tracks your emails & responses to adv.s & logs your location. Check this off for your privacy.
Go to Accounts;; set up an 'Alias' under your primary email log-in name w/'strong' password. Use the 'Alias' on questionable sites, contacts w/advertisers, & similar where you have any question.
You'll receive the 'Alias' emails at your primary name site. Just don't respond to any of these emails with your primary name. Change 'From' before sending out any email; or, don't respond at all since if you do, you'll be sending out your IP address.
Try to remember to get "Full Header Information' by right mouse click on any addresses that seem suspicious. With the header info., you'll see IP origination, email server, and any other mail links the email went through. Anything suspicious, copy out the Header Info for IP, SMTP name, email server links. Copy this to a Notepad file [dated & email address]. Keep it ! You can use this info to block any further emails for security.
Sounds like a lot. But, I think we ought to spend 1/4 of the full amt. of time on computer with computer, personal safety & security. Maybe sounds like a lot. But - Net prowlers spend about 90% of their time trying to get any ! open info. on IP users.