Claims that any federal policy changes toward Google would “help China win” should be treated with immense skepticism.
Who is it that gets to be the arbiter of truth today? Is it tech executives? Is it the White House? Emily Jashinksy discusses with Parler CPO Amy Peikoff.
Ohio Attorney General David Yost and I spoke about the lawsuit and the monopolistic role of Big Tech in American life. The Heritage Foundation’s Kara Frederick also weighed in.
For years, tech companies have relied on rich lobbying budgets and networks of policy groups to shield them from any consequences. That time is over.
The ‘techlash’ is finally more than just strongly worded letters, pointed questions with little follow-through, or made-for-YouTube chest-thumping at congressional hearings.
‘Based on that VH score, we will demote or leave the comment alone depending on the content within the comment,’ one of the whistleblowers told Project Veritas.
Alphabet-owned Google is expanding its technology power grab by partnering with a national hospital chain to create algorithms using more than 32 million annual patient visit records.
Facebook “fact-checkers” determined an article is “missing context” when The Federalist quotes a scientist but not when a “60 Minutes” report does.
Tech companies are selling the idea of ‘digital resurrection.’ That’s only a problem if we’re dumb enough to buy it.
Why are traditional magazines failing to gain Gen Z print subscribers while other paper-goods brands are thriving among young clientele?
The left’s push to censor, block, and purge is part of a larger project to undermine the American ideal of self-government and liberal democracy.
Add Kurt Vonnegut’s reasons to the pile of why you take the extra time and energy and money to support your local retailer.
I’ve been an Amazon user for about 15 years, and an addict since we became Prime members about three years ago. It’s been surprisingly easy to kick the habit.
Twitter’s decision comes after Project Veritas reported Facebook’s VP saying the tech giant intentionally “freezes” comments where hate speech “may be.”
As relationships and communities dissolve, people become alienated from one another and even themselves. One act that will help is to cut the tech chord.
The tech community has a message: The New York Times Company does not reserve the right to speak first, nor does it reserve the right to speak last.
Two of the most powerful conduits for information and speech are dishonestly wielding power to partisan ends. And the media isn’t a bulwark.
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