TikTok and WeChat have 45 days to find a buyer for their U.S. operations or the popular social media sites will be banned, according to an executive order signed by President Trump on Thursday evening.
Causing offense isn’t the only thing people are worried about. Many are concerned about their livelihoods and ability to provide for their families.
J.D. Salinger’s message about the perennial problem of teenage loneliness and the need for genuine human relationships rings truer today than ever.
President Trump announced his vow to ban the popular Chinese-owned app TikTok from the United States. It’s the right policy move — and it’s long overdue.
The Commerce Department filed a petition Monday to begin implementing President Donald Trump’s executive order targeting online censorship.
A bill announced by Sen. Josh Hawley on Tuesday would remove Section 230 protections for companies that track internet users’ behavior to target them with advertisements.
Lawmakers have a duty to protect the American way of life. The upcoming hearing with Big Tech is an opportunity members of Congress can’t afford to waste.
We cannot ignore precautions due to the politicized nature of the pandemic. But we also cannot indulge cruel and sociopathic public shaming of politically convenient victims.
Nearly immediately after entering ‘the bubble,’ athletes began complaining about everything from the food and WiFi to their resort lodging accommodations.
Twitter hid a video with more than 1 million views of violent ideologues pulling down statues in China under Mao Zedong’s rule.
When U.S. Air Force leaders issue divisive social media comments on George Floyd, they sully the USAF’s shared values of Integrity, Service, and Excellence.
One post claims the pro-life movement was started by ‘racist evangelicals who needed an issue to latch onto as school segregation began losing in the court of public opinion.’
The video, which has since been deleted from The Lincoln Project’s page, was deceptively edited to make Trump’s remarks seem incoherent.
Joe Biden’s campaign manager sent a letter to Facebook asking them to take down posts from President Donald Trump and his campaign.
Parler, Matze said, serves as a town square where everyone can share their ideas without fear of being removed for disagreeable content.
The outcry and commentary generated by Lebron James and “The Decision” represented the beginning of a new altered, democratized media landscape.
A Chinese woman’s online diary of the struggle to survive in the epicenter of a global pandemic reveals the horror and dishonesty of communist Chinese authorities.
Until Parler obtains a critical mass of users, it cannot compete with Twitter. This is likely why Twitter feels no pause in its escalating its battle with Trump and other conservatives.
Twitter’s policies about misleading tweets and abusive behavior are deeply cynical and designed merely to censor speech Jack Dorsey doesn’t like.
Despite our civilization’s wealth and technological prowess, many among us have been dispossessed of what matters most.
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