YouTube Deletes Comments — FOLLOW UP

Yesterday, I left a comment that YouTube filtered. After I left that comment, I navigated to my comments history. The comment did not appear there. Instead, I saw “Some activity may not appear yet.”. Today, the comment has not appeared and is not present in my comment history. Today, I no longer see “Some activity may not appear yet.” in my comment history. This means that the possibility that the content will appear is nil. The content was filtered and rejected by YouTube.

April 12, 2021, Facebook Retroactive Account Restriction From Feb 01, 2021, for Allegations of Community Standards Previous Year (2020).

April 12, 2021, Facebook retroactively restricted my account from February 01, 2021, for allegations of Community Standards from the previous year (2020).

Facebook restricted my account for 90 days with the start date of Feb 1.

April 12, 2021, I posted a video to Facebook. The video was viewed by others. Shortly thereafter, Facebook prevented a second video of mine from appearing in that comment thread on the desktop site and also prevented others from viewing that video. The video does exist on Facebook’s website and is viewable to me at it’s url. The video, hosted on Facebook, can also be seen on Facebook on a mobile browser by me only.

Upon checking my Facebook account today (April 12, 2021), I saw a notification that my account had been retroactively suspended from February 1, 2021. The reason given was “A post from the last year didn’t follow our standards.” There is no link to any post nor any mention of what violated community standards from the last year.

If this seems confusing, that’s because it is totally illogical.


The video that I’d uploaded as a comment had been switched to private. Responses to group messages are always visible and this does not seem to be changeable by the user.

Later, after revisiting the link that Facebook had supplied to me upon completion of processing the video, I saw that Facebook had set the video’s permission to private. After removing the “private” attribute, the video was displayed in the response.

Google Search Results — Bias in Media

Google Search Results are biased to modify public opinion. Google deters users from accessing a broader range of perspectives, even when the user has intentionally searched for such perspectives.

Through the Google Goggles: Sociopolitical Bias in Search Engine Design: “As knowledge, commerce, and politics continue move online and to the Web in particular, search engines have quickly become the “gatekeepers” of cyberspace. What’s more, a single search engine – Google – now handles the majority of Web queries. Google directs hundreds of millions of users towards some content and not others, towards some sources and not others. As with all media gatekeepers, if we believe in the principles of deliberative democracy – and especially if we believe that the Web is an open, “democratic” medium – then we should expect our search engines to disseminate a broad spectrum of information on any given topic.”

“The dissemination of the widest possible information from diverse and antagonistic sources is essential to the welfare of the public” Free download:

Artistworks, LLC — OAG CCPA Complaint Filed

This is a legal notice to you, Artistworks, to provide all of my data, including all media, posts, messages, and contacts in a human accessible and machine readable format, free of charge to me, as specified by and provisioned for in California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) SECTION 1. Section 1798.100 of the Civil Code, for Right of Access.

Additionally, I am requesting all non-public data from Artistworks, including any police correspondence or records thereof. (Any police reports you may have filed or discussed filing).

Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is a social justice organization

Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is a social justice organization. They believe in digital freedom for those who support their ideologies.

But don’t take it from me, take it from their legal intake coordinator, Social Justice Activist Haley Pederson.

Haley Pederson is and has been mostly ignoring me for the last two years regarding the censorship and digital rights violations against me by Facebook, Twitter, Nextdoor, and Reddit.

Haley cares about free speech and freedom of expression where it suits her, such as for Black Lives Matter “peaceful protesters”

Take it from Danny O’Brien, Director of Strategy at EFF. Danny, who I previously knew at Noisebridge, now ignores me completely. When I reached out to Danny regarding the censorship, cancellation, and digital rights violations against me, he ignored all of my emails and wouldn’t respond to voicemail.

That’s odd, because he’s emailed me previously and I’ve met and talked with him in person.

The wrong speech is not acceptable among the social justice types. They’ll oppose hate speech bans on their oppressed groups, like LGBTQ Anthony Oliveira, but when it comes to speech they don’t agree with, they look the other way.

Danny O’Brien promotes Social Justice in his recent article demanding cancellation of the problematic Richard Stallman, founder of the Free Software Foundation, from the very foundation he founded, the FSF itself.

Danny’s rationale is that the people have been “harmed” by Richard Stallman’s opinions and therefore, more censorship, in the form of cancellation, is needed to send a political message that the wrong opinions need to be banned.

Hey Danny, how about instead of being a crybully who cancels others like RSM who — unlike you — actually does useful things, grow a pair, suck it up, and deal with the fact that not everyone holds the same stupid opinion as you and your social justice loser friends at the EFF.

CCPA Data Portability Request for Facebook.

CCPA Data Portability Request for Facebook. To Mark Zuckerberg and whomever else it may concern:

This letter is in regard to your obligations under the California Consumer Privacy Act. Any information I provide to you may solely be used for the purpose of complying with the requests stated in this letter.

The account for which the data is being requested is:— Garrett Smith. I am the account owner.

According to the California Consumer Privacy Act Regulations, “If a consumer submits a request in a manner that is not one of the designated methods of submission, or is deficient in some manner unrelated to the verification process, the business shall either: (1) Treat the request as if it had been submitted in accordance with the business’s designated manner, or (2) Provide the consumer with specific directions on how to submit the request or remedy any deficiencies with the request, if applicable.” If you choose the second option, please provide the required directions.Please provide to me access to all of the content I have posted on Facebook.