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Apple removes most of conspiracy theorist’s podcasts from iTunes

ATLANTA: Most of US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’s podcasts from his right-wing media platform Infowars have been removed from Apple’s iTunes and podcast apps, the media news website BuzzFeed quoted a company spokesman as saying on Sunday. The move by Apple is the most sweeping of a recent crackdown on Jones’s programs by Facebook and other online sites that have suspended or removed some of his conspiracy-driven content. Apple told Buzzfeed that it had removed the entire library for five of Jones’s six Infowars…

YouTube removes conspiracy theory videos

LOS ANGELES: YouTube has removed four videos by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, his website Infowars said on Wednesday after the radio host used his YouTube channel to denounce Muslim immigrants to Europe and the creators of a transgender cartoon. “YouTube has removed four Infowars videos that were critical of liberalism,” Jones said in a statement on social media, in which he also urged people to look at the videos on his website and decide for themselves. A spokesperson for Google’s YouTube, who asked not to be named…

Moon Landing or UFOs: What goes on in Area 51?

Though you can see the complex’s buildings in satellite images, Area 51 doesn’t appear on any public U.S. government maps. For decades, conspiracy theorists and UFOlogists have speculated that the government uses Area 51 to experiment with extraterrestrials and their spacecrafts. Located in the remote Nevada desert near the dry bed of Groom Lake, Area 51 may be the most famous military installation in the world that doesn’t officially exist. Some have connected the site with the alleged government coverup of a 1947…