Vaccine Whistleblower Site Blacklisted by Facebook and Web of Trust (WOT)

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Vaccine Whistleblower Site Blacklisted by Facebook and Web of Trust (WOT)

VacTruth.com has recently published articles on SIDS, a child dying shortly after being vaccinated, Bill Gates, autism, and vaccine failures. This information is being classified as “abusive” and “malicious” by Facebook.com, ultimately censoring important information from you and other parents.

How does this happen?

When we want to share an article with you on Facebook, we post a hyperlink, which allows you to click and view the article on our website. Frequently when you click on our Facebook links, you will be warned with a scary looking “Security Alert” such as the one displayed below.

Users regularly receive this "Security Alert" when they click articles VacTruth.com posts on Facebook.

Users regularly receive this “Security Alert” when they click articles VacTruth.com posts on Facebook.

As you can see from the alert, Facebook uses a partner named Web of Trust (WOT), owned by Sami Tolvanen and Timo Ala-Kleemola of Finland, to filter out “abusive” websites. [1]

But the real question is who and what is Web of Trust?

This is How Censorship Works in the 21st Century

An alert to someone clicking on a recent VacTruth.com article on their mobile device.

An alert to someone clicking on a recent VacTruth.com article on their mobile device.

Have you ever seen old gangster movies in which they demand money from shop owners for “protection?”

If the shop owner pays the gangster thugs, their property remains safe from any violence or vandalism. But, if the owner refuses to pay, bad things often happen in the form of broken windows, bullying of customers, or firebombing the establishment. This is called blackmail or extortion.

How does this example relate to WOT?

WOT calls itself the “… leading crowdsourced website reputation service” and uses a feedback system to give sites a reputation score. [1]

You can purchase their basic monthly reputation service for over 450 dollars a year. [2]

On the surface, this type of ranking system appears to be helpful. However, when you look behind the scenes, it’s reminiscent of typical mafia extortion tactics. Here’s how …

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