“Unprecedented, however, is the concentrated control of so much speech in the hands of a few private parties,” wrote Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
Director Tamara Harvey and writer Henry Filloux-Bennett profoundly fail to understand one of the greatest novels ever written, butchering the characters’ arcs and themes to create a convoluted, confusing product.
Chrissy Teigen deactivated her ultra-popular Twitter account last week, ending Americans’ swirling love-hate relationship with her stream of consciousness.
“Today, Big Tech platforms are my biggest fear as a parent,” said Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Siraj Hashmi explains why so many journalists act as if any criticism of them is a form of harassment.
The blue-check brigade is invoking a USA Today writer’s sex as though it should prevent men from criticizing her work in public.
Conservative thinkers need to move beyond bromides about the free market and start doing real research on the landscape of new technology and communications media.
Rep. Jim Latta opened the hearing by criticizing the Big Tech CEOs for their censorious activities that have stifled free speech.
We’re running an experiment on human psychology in real time, and in a political and media environment that’s disproportionately responsive to wealthy interests, the policy discussion has yet to catch up.
Twitter debates are less about substance and more about performing for one’s audience: one’s followers and ideological counterparts.
Cancel culture is coming for you, whether you know it or not. It’s not about your worldview. It’s about radicalizing everyday people whose inner turmoil will be directed at you.
If you aren’t a racist, why would you lie awake at night scared that someone will cancel you for being a racist? That’s not normal.
Apple denied the social media app Parler a return to their app store after the Big Tech company claimed the platform still did not meet its community guidelines.
Cancel culture feeds on apologies. The only way to stop it is to resist it, and longtime ‘Bachelor’ host Chris Harrison failed.
An Oxford University-trained artificial intelligence expert explains the machinery behind Big Tech’s thought suppression, AI speech police, and groupthink on campus.
States are tired of waiting for Congress to regulate Silicon Valley. States like Texas, Florida, and North Dakota are taking on Big Tech themselves.
The only way remaining to truly protect freedom of expression and, in turn, our democracy, is by building free and open internet.
Three stories about apolitical businesses and charities, like the many others before them, portend a scary future for using social media platforms to market one’s cause or business.
Minneapolis’s canceled plan to pay social media ‘influencers’ to control opinions of the George Floyd trial is likely to keep such efforts out of the public spotlight while they still continue.
MetaHuman Creator lets any dummy create deepfakes for fun. Before long, only a fool will believe anything he sees online.
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