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Bryan Tew Watch returns as TI Watch!

So as you all have seen we were shut down by Google under the false claim that we were harassing Bryan Tew.

A few weeks have gone by and I have returned with (1) New hosting, (2) A permanent domain name, and (3) A change in name and focus.

(1) and (2) mean I have more control and insurance against this happening again. This new arrangement does not guarantee being booted again. It just means I won’t lose my content and can easily move the blog elsewhere quickly.

(3) is a personal decision after some reflection. There are a lot of crazy people and conspiracies to document. Bryan is just one of many. This is subject to change.

Here are some of the boring details of what allowed this to  happen:

I know who reported me – it wasn’t Bryan. It’s the crazy guy who thinks Harris Corporation is putting voices into his head.

Social media companies are experiencing a wave of activist campaigns to crack down on supposed harassment and trolling.

While there have been actual examples of harassment and abuse, this movement is largely about censoring opposition to the social justice ideology where dissenters are labeled as “trolls” and publically disagreeing with someone is “harassment”. Companies are caving in to this pressure and banning people who are only guilty of sparring with people or saying negative things about people.

In Bryan’s case, we had a blog where we documented and commented on Bryan’s life based on his public Internet postings. Bryan’s privacy was never violated – Bryan chooses to make his posts visible to the public at large.

None of that matters to Google – Google received a complaint and saw that I was criticizing another individual and considered that sufficient grounds for censorship. That’s the world we live in.


    • Stefan Adams

      Thank you! Trying to get the word out. Google won’t give me a meaningful way to plea my case to them, or even allow me to put up a “we’ve moved” message.

      • Anonymous

        Do we know if Bryan Tew is still alive? At the same time that the Bryan Tew watch disappeared his youtube account changed as well…

        • Stefan Adams

          I can’t say I noticed any problems with his YT account during that time. However sometime last night Bryan did have one of his videos flagged and received a disciplinary strike on his channel. His videos are still visible (except for the video that was flagged – not by me, I promise!) but he can’t post anymore according to a Facebook post he made.

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