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.
Twitter has not made any public comment on whether the report violates its ‘hacked materials policy’ and has not blocked links to the report.
It’s long past time our elected politicians use the powers they have to protect their constituents from the powerful and wealthy private interests who have so casually set us in their sights.
Vanita Gupta’s far-left interest group wrote a letter urging Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to censor more ‘hate speech’ in the name of civil rights.
Over these past few weeks, Apple has experienced something it isn’t used to: bad PR in the wake of essentially banning popular social media app Parler from its phones without publicly providing any truthful explanation.
Sure, our leaders in Washington, cowering from death behind COVID masks and ideologically vetted Guardsmen, might be convinced of their own power, but is Jeff Bezos?
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted the big tech company is exploring a long-term political censorship campaign to ban users the company deems unacceptable.
Two months after the New York Post published its series of exposés on Hunter Biden, new information has revealed a lot of people with a lot to be embarrassed about.
Will anyone in media, Big Tech, or the expert class be held accountable for claiming the Biden family investigations were a fantasy Russian disinformation plot?
Once President Donald Trump assumed office, corporate media and allied politicians bypassed the White House and turned to Silicon Valley, which fell in line quickly enough.
“You can take a policy position, but you don’t get to pretend you’re a publisher and get a special benefit under Section 230 as a result,” Cruz said.
‘”All of our policies are focused on encouraging more speech,” the Twitter CEO told senators on Tuesday.
“We have not censored the U.S. president,” Jack Dorsey said. “We do not take down the tweets but we add context around it.”
Sen. Ted Cruz grilled Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, calling his company’s behavior the most egregious out of all the social media giants.
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