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Twitter STILL BLOCKING New York Post on Platform

Kayla Sargent

Proof! Sen. Marsha Blackburn Shows How Twitter Censors by Citing MRC

NB Staff

Sen. Johnson SKEWERS Dorsey for Denying Twitter Influences Elections

Alexander Hall

Wicker, Cruz, Thune SLAM Big Tech CEOs for Online Censorship

Kayla Sargent
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Tech CEO’s Struggle to Give Single Example of Liberal Censorship

Alec Schemmel

Cruz Blasts Twitter: ‘Mr. Dorsey, Who the Hell Elected You?’

Corinne Weaver

Dem Asks Big Tech to Censor MORE, Decries Trump 'Propaganda Parrots’

Alexander Hall
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Gardner: Don’t Know How Twitter Can Censor Trump, Leave Ayatollah

Alec Schemmel

Wicker Whacks Dorsey for Enabling Muslim Dictator, Chinese Propaganda

Alexander Hall

Wicker Whacks Dorsey for Enabling Muslim Dictator, Chinese Propaganda

The Chairman of a massive Big Tech hearing slammed the CEO of Twitter for enabling dictators’ calls for violence and Chinese COVID-19 propaganda while censoring President Donald Trump.

Alexander Hall

Big Tech Alters Election Policies 26 Times Before Election

Big Tech’s major changes seem to have been made with a Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden presidency in mind. Four major firms have made a grand total of 26 policy changes since the start of 2020, aimed explicitly at election-related content. “I doubt I would be here if it weren’t for social media, to be honest with you,” said President Donald Trump to…

Corinne Weaver and Heather Moon

Facebook Starts Political Ad Freeze, Will Clamp Down After Election

With the election only one week away, Facebook appears to be taking its self-proclaimed role of truth-guardian even more seriously.
Facebook, starting today, has frozen political ads until Election Day, when it plans to block all political ads on the platform, according to The Washington Post.

Kayla Sargent

Twitter Censors Trump Tweet on Mail-In Votes in Unprecedented Fashion

Twitter has “fact-checked” the president’s tweets and put them behind filters before, but now users themselves are blocked from showing their approval.

Alexander Hall

Big Tech Hearing Demands Answers for Censorship of NY Post

Three Big Tech CEOs are headed to the Senate to testify tomorrow October 28 in the midst of the worst example of online censorship this election. Republican senators are ready for a fight. The hearing has gained attention following Twitter’s censorship and Facebook’s suppression of the New York Post story that claimed to expose alleged corrupt dealings of Democratic…

Kayla Sargent

Update: Twitter Continues to Lock Out NY Post, Even Some Libs Are Mad

Twitter does not hide its brazen efforts to protect the Bidens’ reputations from scandalous reports.

Alexander Hall

Biden and Big Tech: An Uncertain Future for Google, Section 230

The presidential campaigns have entered the final stretch, and the future of Section 230, antitrust and Big Tech remains uncertain.

A win by democratic nominee Joe Biden could potentially “kill” the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) antitrust lawsuit against Google, said Protocol in an article last week, and could have serious implications for the future of Section 230 of the…

Kayla Sargent

Preparing to Censor Speech: Facebook Gears Up for US Election Unrest

Facebook is reserving the right to reduce the spread of controversial posts and rig users’ news feeds for what it considers to be the greater good.

Alexander Hall

Twitter Censors Trump Camp Spox for Questioning Mail-In Voting: Report

Twitter reportedly did a Big Tech hit-job on Trump Campaign National Press Secretary Hogan Gidley for daring to ask questions about mail-in voter fraud. “The Trump campaign’s national press secretary had his Twitter account suspended Thursday, just hours before the presidential debate, after he tweeted about his experience of being sent absentee ballot materials intended for someone else…

Alexander Hall

Facebook Launches Oversight Board, Now Taking Cases

Facebook has now added a new level to its censorship process. On October 22, Facebook announced that its Oversight Board (the Board) will now be taking cases for review, less than two weeks before the presidential election.

Kayla Sargent

FTC in Talks to File Antitrust Lawsuit Against Facebook

The Federal Trade Commission is mulling over an all-out offensive against Facebook. 

The Federal Trade Commission is mulling over an all-out offensive against Facebook. “Federal Trade Commission staff members are recommending that the agency bring an antitrust case against Facebook Inc., according to people familiar with the matter, but commissioners haven’t yet reached a decision…

Alexander Hall

Senate Judiciary Committee Votes to Subpoena Facebook, Twitter CEOs

Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination passed the Senate Judiciary Committee in a hearing today, which will soon go to the Senate floor for a vote. But that was not the only item on the agenda. The Senate Judiciary Committee (the Committee) also voted to issue subpoenas to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, which will require both to testify regarding Twitter’s censorship…

Kayla Sargent

Former Google Exec Schmidt Airs Frustration with DOJ Antitrust Lawsuit

Google has already released its statement about the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) antitrust lawsuit, but now, a former CEO of the company has decided to speak out as well. Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt spoke at The Wall Street Journal’s Tech Live Conference on Wednesday, during which he expressed his frustration about the antitrust lawsuit.

Kayla Sargent

CNN’s Brian Stelter: Big Tech Not Even Doing 1/10th What It Should

The same liberal media that gaslights about Big Tech bias can't wait for social media companies to censor conservatives into oblivion.

Alexander Hall