Communist China hampered the dissemination of information that could have prevented a pandemic, and we’re spending the resultant quarantine period passing time with a stupid app that censors on the party’s behalf.
HHS announced Tuesday that it would be waiving penalties for potential violations under HIPAA to better enable providers to offer telehealth services.
Hawley and Blumenthal pointed to a recent $2.7 billion fine the European Union levied on Google for manipulating its search results.
If Williams or Gay had paused to grab a calculator, they would have realized Bloomberg’s half-billion-dollar ad spree would be enough to give every American only about $1.50. Where’s Andrew Yang when you need him?
Toby Young explains the aims of his latest project, a British version of the ACLU, but one that actually defends free speech without nonsensical transgender activism or stupid intersectional tweets.
When Prager U decided to use the courts to impose First Amendment restrictions on YouTube, it was pursuing the ‘wrong’ solution, so the Ninth Circuit’s decision is hardly a surprise.
Big Tech routinely steps into the abortion debate, censors the pro-life side, favors the pro-abortion side, and then laughably claims to be enforcing neutral policies.
A new TikTok video shows two teenage girls cheerfully entering a Planned Parenthood clinic for one to receive an abortion.
By insisting on further variants, we’re using emoji to further the divisions this new language could easily break down.
Twitter and Jack Dorsey have given us plenty of evidence that they cannot be trusted on bias, shadowbanning, or the company’s ideological censorship of political content.
If you like yelling, this was the debate for you. Missed it? Don’t worry, we’ve got the best tweets of the night from everyone whose ears suffered for you.
‘Verdict’ became the most popular podcast in America, beating people like Joe Rogan, Ben Shapiro, and a whole slew of true crime podcasts.
Josh Hawley proposed a comprehensive overhaul of the Federal Trade Commission Monday in the senator’s latest move to reign in big tech.
It’s gross, but not exactly surprising that a long stream of verified Twitter users piled on the ailing radio host as soon as the first lady draped the Presidential Medal of Freedom over his shoulders during Tuesday’s State of the Union.
‘Great parenting is simple, but it’s hard. So focus on the big stuff. Stop worrying about the carrots and focus on the big things,’ says Dr. Meg Meeker, the author of a new book focused on daughters.
Big Tech’s hostility to pro-lifers isn’t terribly surprising in light of how close it is with Planned Parenthood and the rest of the abortion industry.
TikTok, the popular social video site, banned pro-life organization Live Action from its platform Thursday, citing a violation of ‘community guidelines.’
Yuval Levin’s ‘A Time to Build’ offers a sobering and incisive explanation for why America no longer trusts its institutions, and what to do about it.
Internal communications prove Google is lying about its censorship decisions while paying for leftist propaganda and relying on the leftwing SPLC for its decisions.
Sweden has learned Beijing will not hesitate to use its might to coerce its will onto others, but Chinese diplomats’ belligerent behaviors should be a wake-up call to countries all around the world.
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