Caroline Calloway, whose only proper designation on a business card would be ‘influencer,’ is the latest of her peers to upset the internet.
Yale Computer Science Professor David Gelernter joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss bias in tech, data privacy, time travel, and artificial intelligence.
The past few weeks, we’ve been exposed to a multitude of articles, newscasts, and social media posts about the Amazon fires. So what is actually going on?
The Center for Medical Progress alleges that Planned Parenthood lawyers made false reports to Twitter to block reporting on testimonies from abortionists.
A conference was held to discuss and advocate for free speech and the takeaway by a left-leaning reporter was that free speech advocacy is equal to racism.
Defenders of big tech deny the bias of those monitoring social media posts, yet we see continued instances of politically biased censorship on Facebook.
A few months ago, Ravelry banned all conservative and Donald Trump activity on the hugely popular yarn arts site. That led to waves of social media mobs and a Ravelry co-owner announcing to the world that he’s transgender.
Millions of people are just like me, isolated in the midst of a crowd, lacking a true community, and wondering, ‘Who are these people?’
Selfish and lonely parents are disregarding the importance of bonding with their children, and it’s leading to a generation of lonely, isolated kids.
Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) appeared on ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’ podcast in an episode that lasted nearly three hours. They talked about discourse, transgenderism, and more.
In the wake of losing a job over a social media tantrum, writer Kevin Williamson’s new book, ‘The Smallest Minority,’ sets its sights on outrage culture and the results are witty, caustic, and illuminating.
In his latest book, ‘The Smallest Minority,’ writer Kevin Williamson came to bury mob rule—but he did not go far enough.
Should people using social media be forced to act as if biological sex is meaningless? Why can trans people threaten and dox others to no consequences, while others are banned from Twitter for lesser offenses?
Last April, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told Congress the social media giant was “not collecting any information verbally on the microphone,” and “does not have contracts with anyone else who is.” Now the story is changing.
Back-to-school season is a good time to take a hard look at device addiction and plan some changes for the new school year — ghost your screens and take back your life.
Sen. Josh Hawley’s SMART Act is a shift away from merely writing and ranting about Big Tech. It represents a legislative plunge, a first attempt to regulate the heretofore unregulated.
The NRCC became the latest organization to announce it would stop advertising on Twitter after the platform suspended Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-Ky.) campaign account.
While Sen. Josh Hawley is taking on Big Tech, his proposals provide a framework for technological responsibility, not a battle plan to destroy technology.
People can be their own monitors of media time, not the government.
Does holding the debates in red states suggest the party leaders wanted to reach out to moderates to build a broader coalition? If so, it didn’t happen.
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