Facebook has been accused of blocking an ad for a new film about the Roe v. Wade case which legalized abortion across America. Producer/director Nick Loeb complained that he tried to use the “boost” feature on Facebook to generate hype for his anti-abortion film Roe v Wade, according to LifeSiteNews. Facebook replied by stating, “Your ad isn’t approved because it doesn’t comply with our Advertising Policies.”
The pro-life group Live Action was censored on YouTube a week before the March for Life. The streaming service took down a video exposing Planned Parenthood’s medical malpractices, citing it as “hate speech.” The streaming service took down a video exposing Planned Parenthood’s medical malpractices, citing it as “hate speech.” The video included someone posing as a pimp, asking a Planned Parenthood official if they reported minors who came in for abortions. The video is from 2011, and features Project Veritas’ James O’Keefe as the pimp.
Twitter doesn’t seem to be too fond of the police. Or conservatives defending them. A former Portland mayoral candidate, Sarah Iannarone, tweeted her condemnation of the police after an incident where a man was shot and killed by the police. A former Portland mayoral candidate, Sarah Iannarone, tweeted her condemnation of the police after an incident where a man was shot and killed by the police.
Liberals are so eager to impeach President Trump that the efforts are bordering on the bizarre. Roberto Escobar, brother to deceased drug lord and narcoterrorist Pablo Escobar, started a GoFundMe page to impeach Trump and raised more than $10 million.
It is important for anyone who identifies as a ‘fact-checker’ to be as objective and neutral as possible. At least in theory. But Facebook might not have done its homework in finding the right fact-checkers. But Facebook might not have done its homework in finding the right fact-checkers. The “charity” Full Fact was announced on January 11 as the new fact-checkers for Facebook
The Wall Street Journal claimed that there is a major collaboration between conservatives and Facebook. But an expert who was involved says this is exaggerated. Facebook claimed it has been consulting conservatives for advice on how to police online content without drawing conservative accusations of censorship. Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council, whom Facebook claimed was a “consultant” was shocked, noting he felt “a bit surprised that I was described as consultant with Facebook… Now if you have a phone conversation you are consultant. I've had one conversation with Facebook.”
Science and technology shouldn’t have to play into identity politics espoused by the left. But at MIT, numbers are racist. The Data for Black Lives Conference, set to take place on January 11 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is addressing issues in technology that they feel pertain to racism in the United States.
Even when entrepreneurs build their own platforms and use alternate forms of money, companies can still shut off their cash flow. Coinbase has banned the accounts of free speech platform Gab as well as its CEO Andrew Torba. Gab has been both famous and infamous for its absolutist stance on free speech. As a result Gab had to find unconventional ways to raise money. Gab used Bitcoin, which can be exchanged for all manner of goods online. However, Bitcoins depend on exchange platforms like Coinbase to be converted back into real money and vise versa. Traditional payment processors like PayPal and Mastercard have denied services to controversial figures and been accused of censorship, and newer platforms like Coinbase and Cash App are following suit.
Google is being sued for censorship of conservative views -- again. Conservative nonprofit PragerU, which has an extensive following on YouTube, has filed a second lawsuit against Google for continually putting their videos in “restricted” mode.
The double standard for what counts as anti-religious material continues. CNN reported that Amazon took down products today that were reported as “offensive.” The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) asked Amazon to take down bath mats that were imprinted with words from the Prophet Muhammed.
Liberal abuse of Facebook to manipulate elections didn’t stop in 2017. A new Washington Post report indicated the same strategy was widespread in 2018 and earned as many as 16 million views in just a two-week span.
A futurist video game has had its future jeopardized after left-wing activists have blacklisted it because of a creator’s old tweets against radical feminism. This video game project The Last Night stole the show when its promo was revealed at video game industry conference E3 2017. The entire project is now in jeopardy after co-creator Tim Soret’s 2014 tweets against radical feminism were discovered. al Liberal investors pulled their money.