Having it your way at Burger King might well include urging violence against conservatives, according to critics of the company. The fast food company’s UK Twitter account has been tied to attacks on conservative political figures. There has been a recent epidemic of conservative British politicians being repeatedly doused by protestors’ milkshakes. 



Having it your way at Burger King might well include urging violence against conservatives, according to critics of the company. The fast food company’s UK Twitter account has been tied to attacks on conservative political figures. There has been a recent epidemic of conservative British politicians being repeatedly doused by protestors’ milkshakes.



Facebook’s COO claims that breaking up the company will put America at a disadvantage to China. During a May 17 CNBC interview with Julia Boorstin, Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg tried to dodge government regulation by appealing to American interests.



The Women’s March has a new agenda item: to delete all signs of President Donald Trump from social media. On May 20, the left-wing activist organization prepared 300,000 signatures as a petition to ban Trump, to be delivered at Twitter headquarters in San Francisco and New York City.



Not only is white supremacy banned on Facebook, but any sort of discussion  about it from the right is also banned. Especially if you criticize the liberal narrative. Conservative commentator Candace Owens was recently handed a seven-day suspension from Facebook for a post that “violated Community Standards.” After a few hours, the account was restored.



The man who created some of most famous Trump memes is back on Twitter after a bogus suspension. The account that goes by @CarpeDonktum tweeted that while he was restored as of May 10, his account’s restoration is “is not the fairy tale ending as we had hoped.” He continued by explaining, “For 8 days I worked within the @Twitter appeal system. IT FAILED CATASTROPHICALLY.” He then added how Twitter “admits I broke no rules, but that decision was OVERRULED by SOMEONE at the top.”



The White House has announced a new system that gives Americans the power to call out foul play by tech companies. As of May 15 it read, “SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS should advance FREEDOM OF SPEECH.” “Too many Americans have seen their accounts suspended, banned, or fraudulently reported for unclear ‘violations’ of user policies,” it continued before delivering a bipartisan message that freedom of speech is a right held by all Americans. “No matter your views, if you suspect political bias caused such an action to be taken against you, share your story with President Trump.”

 



Once again, Facebook’s liberal political tilt is showing. The platform has censored the latest blatant anti-semitic comments from Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan. Former Democrat New York state assemblyman Dov Hikind posted a video to Facebook of Tlaib’s interview with the Skullduggery podcast.



The White House slammed both Google and Facebook over the First Amendment when it passed on a New Zealand plea for censorship of online content. The Washington Post reported that while other foreign powers sign on to the Christchurch Call to Eliminate Terrorist and Violent Extremist Content Online, the White House refused.



Google has laid down the law that employees can be severely punished for accessing internal information without permission. Because employees have leaked information over ethical concerns and staged sit-ins and walkouts, the company plans to crack down.

 



In order to win the hearts and votes of liberals everywhere, Democratic presidential candidates are now saying that they will break up or regulate Facebook. After Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes wrote an May 9 op-ed calling for Facebook to be broken up and CEO Mark Zuckerberg to be removed, Democrats started echoing the sentiment.



An upcoming  documentary will explore five people who have been shut down and silenced on social media. The official Twitter account @CensorshipMovie tweeted a trailer of the documentary May 12. The caption read: “Five high profile conservatives vanished from the internet overnight. Now, a major movie explores the wave of censorship silencing conservative voices.” This was paired with a #YouCantWatchThis hashtag. The free thinkers featured in this documentary have been booted from Big Tech platforms ranging from Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram to Uber Eats, in a time where virtual personhood is a component of daily life.