Who is it that gets to be the arbiter of truth today? Is it tech executives? Is it the White House? Emily Jashinksy discusses with Parler CPO Amy Peikoff.
Maybe Big Tech’s censorship campaign with the White House will make David French realize tech giants aren’t going to stay in their private-company lane.
A new survey indicates the majority of likely American voters believe receiving a COVID vaccine should be a personal choice, not something mandatory.
After decades of defending corporations against government overreach, conservatives are realizing that elites in the government and the corporate world have conspired against everyday Americans.
To justify its new censorship campaign, the White House used information funneled from a foreign dark-money group that tried to deplatform The Federalist.
The Biden administration’s gross collusion with Big Tech to censor opposing viewpoints is not only blatant tyranny but also obvious hypocrisy.
Press Secretary Jen Psaki said that no regulatory options are off the table when it comes to censoring whatever the Biden administration deems “misinformation.”
Fauci blames conservative news sites for spreading “disinformation” and supports the Biden administration’s campaign to ban people from social media sites.
If Congressional Republicans want to fight Big Tech, they need to stop taking tens of thousands of dollars from Big Tech.
Ben Domenech slammed the Biden administration for colluding with Facebook to silence and suppress anything they don’t like.
Jen Psaki said the administration is regularly “flagging problematic posts for Facebook that spread disinformation.”
What’s so dangerous about this particular emergency is that the source of the emergency is dulling our senses, coaxing us into complacency with a carefully curated stream of colorful notifications.
After being booted from the Big Tech sites, Trump announced a class-action lawsuit against CEOs at Facebook, Twitter, and Google during a Wednesday press conference.
Facebook users started receiving notifications in a new campaign to curb “extremism,” warning them they may have been “exposed to extremist content.”
If the left is willing to threaten a boycott against companies deemed evil over politics, will the right sit back and mumble about free markets or build their own?
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