YouTube censored a song criticizing Fauci for his lies about COVID-19, his desire for public attention, and the cruel experiments his agency authorized.
On Friday, they were at it again. Google’s YouTube announced it was de-monetizing — that is, removing ads — from a segment of the popular YouTube show ‘Breaking Points.’
YouTube notified Enjeti and Ball that their video discussing communist China’s censorship of Peng Shuai had been found not ‘suitable for all advertisers.’
Wouldn’t it be grand, our technocrats think, if they could turn the COVID-19 emergency into a permanent emergency over climate? The possibilities are limitless.
Vimeo censored a cartoonist’s fictional series about a vaccine, even though it never mentions COVID-19, saying it could “cause people to take dangerous” treatments.
The dispute between Google and the streaming platform Roku is just the latest episode in the ongoing battle between the dominant, feudal tech lords and their competitor serfs.
YouTube took down a video posted from the House Freedom Caucus of lawmakers discussing the constitutional limits to vaccine mandates.
Claims that any federal policy changes toward Google would “help China win” should be treated with immense skepticism.
‘Wherever despotism abounds,’ President Calvin Coolidge warned nearly a century ago, ‘the sources of public information are first to be brought under its control.’
The government is using Google, which maintains access to Americans’ personal information, to surveil their web searches, a new report from Forbes suggests.
A mother asks why Google is blocking ads for proven, life-saving treatments that reverse abortion pills and saved her son’s life.
If Congressional Republicans want to fight Big Tech, they need to stop taking tens of thousands of dollars from Big Tech.
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.
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?
Ohio Attorney General David Yost and I spoke about the lawsuit and the monopolistic role of Big Tech in American life. The Heritage Foundation’s Kara Frederick also weighed in.
Two top House Republicans among big tech’s thorniest adversaries in Washington remain starkly divided on the right approach to rein in Silicon Valley.
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