Any government regulation that restricts an platform’s authority to censor speech will, in fact, amount to a form of viewpoint censorship that will violate the platforms’ First Amendment rights.
Former Fox News anchor and NBC News Host Megyn Kelly is back to broadcasting and original reporting less than a year after leaving NBC.
Facebook and YouTube are removing all content from their platforms that mentions the anti-Trump whistleblower’s name.
The bad news for the tech companies is that — I guess with the social acumen you would expect from a bunch of geeks — they have managed to make everybody hate them.
As we rush headlong into our online future we must not fail to bring along courtesy and respect.
Those hoping to rebuild the culture, restore freedom, and overcome the atomization of modern life should start by making friends with one another.
It pains me to say this, but Aaron Sorkin actually wrote something I dislike, when he prioritized leftist thought over free speech.
You won’t be able to single-handedly change the culture of America, but changing the culture of your neighborhood is well within reach. It’s a place to start.
Andy Warhol said in approximately 1466 AD, I think, that in the future everyone would have 15 minutes of fame. Seems he was a bit off. Fifteen seconds is plenty for the kids of today.
A new bill aimed at deterring foreign interference in our elections would strip Americans of First Amendment rights, and doesn’t even address the major issue of 2016 interference.
Mitt Romney’s sad, secret account reveals something about Twitter’s strategic reliance on human nature: we all just want to be heard, and social media affords us that catharsis.
This is less a statement on Miley Cyrus than it is on the standards by which some Very Online critics judge celebrities.
Is Facebook’s censorship of conservative ideas any different from China’s censorship of Hong Kong freedom fighters?
Because Big Tech has already abused their greater power, any discussion of net neutrality and an open internet must begin with sensible rules to curb the power of tech monopolies.
2020 Democratic White House hopeful Sen. Kamala Harris of California sent an open letter to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey demanding the social media executive suspend President Donald Trump from the platform.
Social media sites such as Twitter should only have speech codes that prohibit the most extreme behavior, such as threats and doxxing. Anything more than that truncates important public debates.
Social media is not a safe space for kids to go in search of friends or an image, and it’s certainly not more viable for LGBTQ kids, who in their isolation are more vulnerable to predation and influence, not less.
We need to teach our young people the skill of careful online hygiene, just like all the other cleanliness habits we teach them.
While researching internet sensation philanthropist Carson King for a profile in the Des Moines Register, writer Aaron Calvin unearthed unsavory tweets King authored when he was 16.
As these prominent leftist figures used Twitter to promote violence, Twitter stood by and did nothing, while instead holding a harmless parody account by a known satirist to a different standard.
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