Texas AG Sues Google, Says It ‘Unlawfully’ Collected Biometric Data
Google is once again accused of manipulating users and their data for the company’s own gain.
Fifth Circuit Upholds Texas ‘Free Speech’ Law
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit upheld Texas's “free speech” law on Friday.
NYT Targets AG for Going After Censorship Online
Journalists at The New York Times targeted Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s efforts to push back against online censorship.
NEW: Texas AG Opens New Investigation Against Twitter
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton launched an investigation into the number of bot accounts on Twitter.
TX AG Paxton Sues Facebook for ‘Deception, Lies and Brazen Abuses’
On Monday, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that he has sued Facebook (now known as Meta) for illegally capturing and using the biometric data of millions of Texans and failing to destroy the collected data in a reasonable period of time, in violation of Texas law.
On MSNBC, Mayor Says 7-Year-Old Kid Cried Happy Tears for Mask Mandate
On Morning Joe, San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg, who had obtained a temporary restraining order, blocking Gov. Greg Abbott's order prohibiting schools from mandating masks says, "I had someone tell me yesterday that their seven-year-old daughter cried when she heard the ruling because she felt like finally somebody was caring about them and their health."
State Attorneys General Back Consumer Protection Fight vs. Big Tech
State attorneys general Ken Paxton, Lynn Fitch, and Leslie Rutledge all supported using consumer protection laws to fight Big Tech. The three offered their comments in a special Zoom call organized by the Media Research Center.
Twitter Plays Victim, SUES Texas AG Paxton Following Investigation
Twitter, ever the hypocritical platform, appears to have taken on the facade that it cares about free speech in a lawsuit against Attorney General of Texas, Ken Paxton. Twitter has filed a lawsuit against Texas Attorney General Paxton for allegedly violating the platform’s “First Amendment rights.”
TRULY EVIL: Reid, Guests Claim Red States Want Black People to Suffer
NewsBusters has found a superfluity of insane content from MSNBC’s The ReidOut, but Wednesday’s show was perhaps the most evil and vile of them all as host Joy Reid and two of her insisted that red states don’t care if black people and other racial minorities starve and die so long as they, in Reid’s words, “get their behinds into the factory and make me my steaks, make me my stuff,…
Who, Me? Google Plays Innocent in Response to Texas Antitrust Lawsuit
Google is facing three separate antitrust lawsuits from the Department of Justice and two different state coalitions. One month after the Texas v. Google lawsuit was filed, Google finally decided to respond to the allegations. The state attorneys general who brought the lawsuit against Google claim that the company maintains dominance in the online ad market “through an array of exclusionary…
Texas AG Fires Back at Big Tech for Trump Censorship, Parler Purge
Despite Big Tech’s efforts to silence conservatives on Parler, one state’s Attorney General will not stand for it. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has demanded answers from several Big Tech companies about the suppression of the free speech-oriented platform Parler.
ABC, CBS Wave GOOD-BYE to Corrupt Hunter Biden, Drop It After a Day
On Thursday night, ABC and CBS waved goodbye to Hunter Biden’s life of corruption, omitting any and all mentions of reports (either from months past or this week) that Hunter’s business dealings in China are said to be part of legal investigations. For ABC’s World News Tonight and the CBS Evening News, the incoming First Son’s movements in China and Ukraine were (and will…
GOP States Join DOJ’s Google Antitrust Investigation
Google appears to be in for a reckoning as a bipartisan alliance of states has joined to target the Big Tech platform for antitrust. “About a dozen states, mostly led by Republicans, are expected to join the Justice Department’s upcoming antitrust lawsuit against Alphabet Inc.’s Google, according to people familiar with the investigation,” Bloomberg reported on September 11.
WSJ: DOJ, State AGs May Launch Antitrust Lawsuits Against Google
The U.S. Justice Department and state attorneys general may file antitrust lawsuits against search giant Google, The Wall Street Journal reported. Attorney General William Barr, according to The Journal May 15, sees this probe against Alphabet Inc.-owned Google as a top priority. He reportedly told the outlet in March that he hopes the Justice Department will make its decision by this summer…