Former Vice President Joe Biden will take the debate stage for the final time tonight as new questions surrounding his son’s overseas business ventures explode.
Starting Tuesday, users who go to retweet will instead by taken to the “Quote Tweet” box prompting users to comment on the content being re-posted.
Exclusionary billion-dollar agreements, the government will argue, gives Google a market edge controlling 80 percent of search queries in the United States.
Facebook censored pro-life advertisements on late-term abortion based off an “independent fact check” by NeverTrumper media outlet The Dispatch.
“The Senate Judiciary Committee wants to know what the hell is going on,” said Sen. Ted Cruz after he was blocked from sharing another New York Post link.
The move by Twitter and Facebook to censor a bombshell report about Hunter Biden should make it clear, finally, that these are not neutral platforms.
“Twitter’s response to the actual article itself makes clear that these, you know purported allegations are false,” said Biden Campaign Press Secretary Jamal Brown.
Two of the most powerful conduits for information and speech are dishonestly wielding power to partisan ends. And the media isn’t a bulwark.
On Wednesday members of Congress denounced the censorship and retaliation by Twitter and Facebook of the New York Post’s bombshell report about Hunter Biden monetizing his father’s vice presidency.
Big Tech, led by Facebook and Twitter, have officially declared war on the American people — and they’ve unequivocally proclaimed they are in fact publishers, not platforms.
Twitter suspended the New York Post’s account following its bombshell story indicating Hunter Biden monetized foreign companies’ access to his father, Joe Biden, while the latter was vice president.
Big Tech has openly declared a partisan war against American news consumers. As the only party defending the First Amendment, the GOP needs to declare war right back.
Twitter joined Facebook on Wednesday in censoring the New York Post’s bombshell story detailing the discovery of emails concerning Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings.
Missouri Republican Sen. Josh Hawley is demanding Facebook explain its preemptive censorship of a bombshell report from the New York Post indicting Biden.
While a decision in Google v. Oracle isn’t expected for a few months, the justices’ pointed questioning at the Big Tech giant indicates Google broke the law to get ahead.
“Journalists have to muzzle themselves to appease the tech giants if they don’t want to be excluded from having an audience,” he said.
Big Tech companies are censoring a video posted by a mother whose babies were refused care and left to die, claiming the content violates community guidelines.
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