“The SPLC ‘hate map’ list evidences an agenda-driven standard for ‘hate groups’ which is unfair, unreasonable, and biased,” the rabbis explain.
Comedian John Oliver earned the city’s good-humored ribbing after a random and contextless rant against them on his HBO show ‘Last Week Tonight.’
Amazon’s reliance on the SPLC to decide which charities may become eligible for their AmazonSmile donation program is an indicator of bias in Big Tech.
Efforts to punish or break apart tech companies for political reasons would harm American innovation and competitiveness while surrendering ground to China.
If Amazon can decide which products can be sold on its massive website, surely it can determine which charities are actually peddling in hate versus those simply preaching religious values.
The letter drew signatories from both sides of the aisle, from Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz to Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
‘My fear is that because the reviews are saying the movie is the pro-life film or about ending abortion or the pro-life movement, those are words that Amazon has tagged,’ Marcus Pittman told The Federalist.
“You don’t believe Ben Carson is an extremist, do you? So help me understand why you would partner with a group that labels him as [one]?” Gaetz asked Bezos.
Colorado Rep. Ken Buck criticized big tech’s influence telling The Federalist there’s too “much power is in the hands of a few people.”
‘Unfortunately, I don’t have much faith in the CEOs’ promises to not interfere in this year’s election on behalf of Joe Biden,’ Florida Rep. Greg Steube told The Federalist.
“It’s a service we provide to our users… I think the model is working well,” said Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
It was just two weeks ago that a massive security breach at Twitter raised concerns over its danger as a national security threat.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai dodged questions Wednesday before the House lawmakers related to the tech giant’s recent blacklisting of conservative groups.
Apple CEO Tim Cook praised the Chinese tech giant Huawei on Wednesday during testimony before the House Judiciary subcommittee on anti-trust.
Rep. Jim Jordan wants Twitter to join Google, Amazon, Apple, and Facebook in a hearing about their actions “moderating content” early next week.
Amazon became the first of the Tech Giants to purposefully ban the President, citing ‘hateful conduct’ at his recent rally in Tulsa.
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