Twitter’s ban on Trump has blocked the president from issuing a direct call to supporters to remain peaceful after rioters used the platform to coordinate.
Parler sued Amazon Web Services on Monday, saying the big tech company terminated the platform’s account due to “political animus” and violated antitrust laws.
Twitter is more offended by President Trump than by a theocratic dictator who supports terror attacks and threatens other countries.
Apple is preparing to ban Parler from its devices within the next 24 hours, the free-speech-branded social media platform told The Federalist Friday.
The online discussion website Reddit banned the subreddit page r/DonaldTrump on Friday, a spokesman for the company confirmed to Axios.
The antitrust lawsuit alleges Google engaged in anti-competitive behavior and contracts, as well as monopolizing the internet search engine market.
By now the credibility of The New York Post’s blockbuster reporting on Hunter Biden during the election has been cemented.
Google-owned YouTube shut down Dilbert Comic strip creator Scott Adams on Friday, stripping a podcast video off the platform without warning.
YouTube will allow conspiracy theory videos about Russians stealing the 2016 election, or 9/11 being an inside job, but not videos on 2020 election fraud.
YouTube announced Wednesday that the Google-owned video platform would outright remove any content critical of the 2020 election results.
Instagram slapped a ‘fact-check’ on President Trump’s Pearl Harbor remembrance photo Wednesday, marking a post that had nothing to do with the election.
Once President Donald Trump assumed office, corporate media and allied politicians bypassed the White House and turned to Silicon Valley, which fell in line quickly enough.
“You say you don’t keep a list. Obviously, you have a list, because there are some of us who are regularly censored and called down by your content moderators,” Blackburn said.
“Mr. Zuckerberg, let me just ask you directly, under oath now, does Facebook coordinate its content moderation policies in any way with Google or Twitter?” Hawley asked.
“You can take a policy position, but you don’t get to pretend you’re a publisher and get a special benefit under Section 230 as a result,” Cruz said.
‘”All of our policies are focused on encouraging more speech,” the Twitter CEO told senators on Tuesday.
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