Facebook permanently banned LifeSiteNews — one of the largest pro-life websites — from the social media platform on Tuesday. The Read Full Article >
Twitter, Facebook, and Google reportedly cooperated with states to meddle with users’ posts and offered a direct line of contact for censorship requests.
Chinese-owned TikTok permanently banned Prager University ambassador Amala Ekpunobi from its platform, but “no reasons for the bans have been given.”
“This is a fundamental American issue. It’s about governing ourselves, it’s about free speech,” said Federalist Political Editor John Davidson.
According to YouTube, the videos violate its supposedly “nonpartisan” community guidelines unless they contain qualifiers about “misleading election claims.”
Google-owned YouTube totally deplatformed LifeSiteNews, offering no warning or explanation, the pro-life outlet said Wednesday.
“Social media censorship just ratcheted up to a new level,” said Sen. Ron Johnson. “Google’s YouTube removed two videos of doctors testifying under oath at my US Senate hearing on early treatment of COVID.”
The online discussion website Reddit banned the subreddit page r/DonaldTrump on Friday, a spokesman for the company confirmed to Axios.
Google-owned YouTube will ban all videos shedding light on voter fraud in the United States’ most recent election starting Thursday.
The Bon Appetit saga proved you can politicize everything, as the mob demands, or you can create a vibrant, innovative culture — but you can’t have both.
YouTube will allow conspiracy theory videos about Russians stealing the 2016 election, or 9/11 being an inside job, but not videos on 2020 election fraud.
YouTube announced Wednesday that the Google-owned video platform would outright remove any content critical of the 2020 election results.
Big Tech companies are censoring a video posted by a mother whose babies were refused care and left to die, claiming the content violates community guidelines.
Google-owned YouTube removed video of a presidential advisor discussing COVID-19 lockdowns. Anti-trust action and legislation must cap this abuse of power.
Young men enjoyed a raucous ‘Gym Lives Matter’ ‘brotest’ in the streets of Los Angeles, demanding that government officials reverse gym closures.
The letter drew signatories from both sides of the aisle, from Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz to Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
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