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‘Bring Back the Holocaust’: Anti-Semitism Flourishes on TikTok

Alec Schemmel

Federal Judge Blocks Trump TikTok Ban — For Now

Kayla Sargent

Twitter Allows ‘Burn Louisville’ to Trend, Claims No Violation

Heather Moon

Facebook Critics to Launch Counter, ‘Real’ Oversight Board

Kayla Sargent

Facebook’s Leftist-Heavy Oversight Board to Launch Next Month: Report

Alexander Hall

Senate Panel Threatens to Subpoena Google, Facebook, Twitter: Report

Alexander Hall

House Subcommittee Hearing Explores How Big Tech Radicalizes America

Kayla Sargent

Big Tech Reckoning: WH Roundtable Demands Section 230 Overhaul

Alexander Hall

Facebook Is Attempting to Hide Anti-Vax Groups

Kayla Sargent

Leaks Reveal Facebook CEO’s Struggle with Far-Left Employees: Report

Facebook has made multiple anti-conservative policy decisions in recent months, but reported leaks indicate the platform’s far-left employees could make the platform even worse.

Alexander Hall

Facebook, Instagram Try to Purge Hunting Consortium from Platform

Facebook and Instagram apparently would prefer that users not look at photos of big game hunting. But even more than that, Facebook will not allow specific links to the hunting website The Hunting Consortium to be shared on its platform or through Facebook Messenger.

Corinne Weaver

Biden Camp Demands Facebook Censor Trump, Conservatives More: Report

If you think Facebook has been censorious of President Donald Trump already, the Biden campaign just showed that if it got its way, Trump's voice and conservative speech in general would be outright obliterated.

Alexander Hall

NYT Editorial Board: Big Tech Prep for Trump Election Misinformation

Have you ever disliked a candidate so much that you just assume that they will open the “door to unrest” and create a “constitutional crisis” on election night? Apparently, The New York Times has. The New York Times' Editorial Board in an op-ed headlined “What’s the Plan if Trump Tweets That He’s Won Re-election?” expressed its outrage over the possibility…

Kayla Sargent

DOJ Expected to Bring Antitrust Suit Against Google Next Week: Report

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has been preparing to potentially take down Google’s empire, and it’s nearing the finish line. 

The DOJ is expected to bring an antitrust lawsuit against Google next week, and “is currently urging state attorneys general to sign onto the lawsuit,” several sources familiar with the process told Reuters yesterday.

Kayla Sargent

Amazon Moves into Creepy Palm Recognition Market

Fancy a palm reading? You don't need a fortune teller to explain how Big Tech is inching its way toward futuristic dystopia.

Alexander Hall

‘Bring Back the Holocaust’: Anti-Semitism Flourishes on TikTok

Anonymous TikTok users told The Jerusalem Post that their Jewish heritage has been attacked on the platform. One Jewish TikToker told The Post she began seeing calls to “bring back the Holocaust” and said death threats have nearly become a…

Alec Schemmel

Federal Judge Blocks Trump TikTok Ban — For Now

A federal judge has blocked President Donald Trump’s ban on new downloads of the TikTok app, but thankfully, only temporarily. Last night, District Judge Carl Nichols of the U.S District Court for the District of Columbia agreed to postpone Trump’s order that “would have banned the popular video sharing app TikTok from U.S. smartphone app stores around midnight,” according to Associated…

Kayla Sargent

Twitter Allows ‘Burn Louisville’ to Trend, Claims No Violation

If President Donald Trump says he will enforce law and order, that’s abusive behavior. But if Twitter users call to burn down the city of Louisville, that’s fine. Twitter saw no rule violation in the calls to burn down the city of Louisville, KY after the grand jury indictment came down in the Breonna Taylor case, according to a Fox Business article. Burn Louisville even trended on…

Heather Moon

Facebook Critics to Launch Counter, ‘Real’ Oversight Board

No matter how much content Facebook censors, the left always seems to want the platform to censor more. Facebook is preparing to launch its new Facebook Oversight Board, which CEO Mark Zuckerburg described as a “Supreme Court” for the platform, according to NBC News. Leftist critics, however, appear to have some problems with Facebook’s new board and are forming their own.

Kayla Sargent

Facebook’s Leftist-Heavy Oversight Board to Launch Next Month: Report

The rise of Facebook’s infamous and overwhelmingly liberal Oversight Board is reportedly nigh. “Facebook’s long-delayed oversight board, which will have power to overrule Mark Zuckerberg on what content to censor, will launch next month ahead of the US presidential election,” the New York Post summarized in a September 24 article. The Post illustrated that the…

Alexander Hall

Senate Panel Threatens to Subpoena Google, Facebook, Twitter: Report

The CEOs of four major Big Tech companies have been given an ultimatum: testify in the Senate or face the music. “The Senate Commerce Committee plans to subpoena the CEOs of Google, Facebook and Twitter to testify at an Oct. 1 hearing about the tech industry's prized liability protections if the three do not agree by Thursday night to requests to appear,” Politico wrote on…

Alexander Hall

House Subcommittee Hearing Explores How Big Tech Radicalizes America

Amidst calls for Section 230 reform and antitrust lawsuits against Google and Facebook, a House subcommittee hearing today explored the relationship between Big Tech’s lack of accountability and the radicalization of their respective platforms’ users. 


The House Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Commerce held a hearing entitled “…

Kayla Sargent

Big Tech Reckoning: WH Roundtable Demands Section 230 Overhaul

Big Tech’s reckoning may have finally arrived. The White House hosted a roundtable announcing the overhaul of Section 230, a change which has massive implications for Big Tech and online speech. No more “bad faith” moderation! The Department of Justice has proposed a bill to overhaul Section 230 and punish companies for political censorship.

Alexander Hall