Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted the big tech company is exploring a long-term political censorship campaign to ban users the company deems unacceptable.
Florida state Rep. Randy Fine asked Gov. Ron DeSantis to order the “immediate divestment of any Florida-held equity and debt” with the five big tech giants.
“What is happening now isn’t a crackdown on so-called violent speech,” Sean Davis said. “It’s a crackdown on anyone who the left and its big tech masters doesn’t want to be heard.”
“It’s one thing to say you can’t use a platform to share information,” Ben Domenech said. “It’s another to say you can’t use the equivalent of the roads, the water, the power that’s underneath the internet superstructure.”
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.
‘Big tech is going to be doing more and more of in the coming months as they crush not just the president himself, but a lot of his supporters and everything that they run to.’
A Yahoo News journalist urged Twitter to ban other journalists such as The Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway from Twitter because they are conservative.
Twitter permanently banned the leader of the free world on Friday, claiming his recent tweets could pose a “risk of further incitement of violence.”
Twitter permanently suspended the accounts of former national security adviser Gen. Michael Flynn and former Trump campaign lawyer Sidney Powell.
Democrats and corporate media outlets such as CNN are lobbying for right-leaning news outlets such as Fox News to be pulled from the air following a mob riot at the Capitol on Wednesday.
Google-owned YouTube will ban all videos shedding light on voter fraud in the United States’ most recent election starting Thursday.
“We can confirm that earlier today we locked President Trump’s Snapchat account,” a Snapchat spokeswoman confirmed in a statement.
Facebook and Instagram are banning President Donald Trump from their platforms beginning Thursday, Mark Zuckerberg announced.
According to Facebook, it removed the video, in which Trump told rioters to leave U.S. Capitol grounds, because “it contributes to rather than diminishes the risk of ongoing violence.”
Twitter barred users from liking, replying to, or even retweeting President Donald Trump’s video calling for peace after a mob of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol on Wednesday afternoon.
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