Is this even relevant for IT? I can't name a single person, working in IT, who is part of a union.... Except for maybe 15 years ago. Back then, I had a few friends that worked for Bell Labs, which had (union) negotiated salary raises also apply to the IT staff. And technically, they weren't part of the union.
I don't know about other countries, but in the U.S., IT labor is generally not union labor.
There's also WashTech, which is affiliated with the Communications Workers of America. I believe it's actually more of a lobbying body, but I seem to recall that there was some IT union stuff in there as well.
Blitzlügen - Lies or information broadcast, but when called out the broadcaster does little or nothing is done to correct them, thus allowing those who wish to believe to accept them as truth.
Lügensturm - A barrage of Blitzlügen fired in such quick succession that it is essentially impossible to correct them all.