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Twitter Blacklists Ad Promoting Minds.com Festival of Ideas

An advertisement posted to Twitter by the team behind Minds.com, a free speech-friendly social network, has been blackballed by the platform. Minds CEO Bill Ottman says that the ad was labeled “inappropriate,” adding, “this is what we expect from Twitter so it’s nothing new, it’s just a very funny and over-the-top case.”

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Proposed FCC Rule to Level the Playing Field for Radio Ads Wins Praise from Trump’s Tech Expert

The FCC is considering deregulations to allow radio broadcasters to geotarget ads using new technology—meaning that one station can run different ads depending on the location of the listener. The rule has won praise from former President Trump’s top tech expert, who said it would level the advertising playing field for an industry dominated by conservatives.

Golden Microphone

EXCLUSIVE: The Code Behind Google’s Woke Autocorrect

Leaked material from Google provided exclusively to Breitbart News give a behind-the-scenes glimpse of a feature rolled out to business and enterprise users of Google Docs that suggests woke-approved replacements for words like “man,” “woman,” “white,” and “master” as users type.

Sundar Pichai CEO of Google ( Carsten Koall /Getty)

Elon Musk Says He May Create a ‘Super Moderate Super PAC’ to Support Centrists

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said he voted Republican for the first time ever on Tuesday, for GOP candidate Mayra Flores, who broke a decades-long streak of Democrat wins in a special election to represent Texas’ 34th district. Musk also teased the creation of a super PAC to back centrist candidates.

Elon Musk celebrates Texas

Corporate Media Worries that Big Tech May Stop Handouts

The corporate media may lose some of the special treatment it was given by Big Tech in the years following Donald Trump’s 2016 election victory, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.

Mark Zuckerberg at Georgetown

Twitter Censors Libs of TikTok for Exposing Drag Queen Child Grooming

The mega-viral Twitter account Libsof TikTok, so infuriating to the left that the alleged journalist Taylor Lorenz doxed its owner in the pages of the Washington Post, has been censored by Twitter for exposing the disturbing trend of far-left activists exposing children to sexually explicit performances by drag queens.

A drag queen throws glitter during a march in support of Black Lives Matter and Black Trans Lives in Boystown on June 14, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois. Protests erupted across the nation after George Floyd died in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 25th. (Photo by Natasha Moustache/Getty Images)

Blake Masters: Google Rigged the 2020 Election

Blake Masters, the Arizona Senate candidate who recently won the endorsement of Donald Trump, appeared on Breitbart News Saturday on SiriusXM this weekend where he outlined his plan to take on Big Tech’s election interference if elected to the U.S. Senate.

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Texas Investigates Allegations that Twitter Misreported Bot Numbers

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton launched an investigation of Twitter on Monday over allegations that the company has misrepresented the number of bots on its platform, a claim that if true, would have harmed consumers and businesses that use Twitter.

Elon Musk gestures as he speaks during a SpaceX press conference on February 10, 2022, in Texas. (JIM WATSON/AFP via Getty Images)

Taylor Lorenz, WaPo Blasted for Repeated Unacknowledged Errors in Reporting

Taylor Lorenz, the establishment media journalist known for doxing teenagers and anonymous meme accounts and literally crying because of the ensuing backlash, is under fire for repeated errors in reporting which she refuses to acknowledge. The Washington Post, which published Lorenz’s shoddy reporting, is also under attack by Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey for publishing and then deleting false claims about him.

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Telegram Shuts Down Two Anti-Government Channels in Hong Kong

Messaging and social networking app Telegram, which has built a reputation for guarding users from invasive government surveillance and censorship, appears to be buckling under official pressure, shutting down two dissident channels in Hong Kong following threats from regulators.

HONG KONG - AUGUST 24: A protester is detained by riot police during an anti-government rally in Kowloon Bay district on August 24, 2019 in Hong Kong, China. Pro-democracy protesters have continued rallies on the streets of Hong Kong against a controversial extradition bill since 9 June as the city …

Poland Presses Facebook, YouTube to Stop ‘Misinformation’

The President of Poland, Andrzej Duda, has met with representatives of both Facebook and Google-owned YouTube, including the CEO of the latter, in order to discuss alleged Russian “disinformation” on the two platforms.

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Barrett, Kavanaugh Temporarily Block Texas Anti-Censorship Law

The U.S. Supreme Court has temporarily blocked Texas’ law against social media censorship from taking effect, with Trump-appointed Supreme Court justices Amy Coney Barrett and Brett Kavanaugh joining the majority to send the anti-censorship bill back to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Mark Zuckerberg shows Congress his teeth

Twitter Bluecheck Brigade Freaks Out Over Elon Musk Reading Breitbart Article

Elon Musk once again demonstrated his ability to send Twitter’s far-left users into rabid bouts of rage yesterday. In the latest meltdown, all that was required for Musk to send the platform’s liberal and progressive users into rage mode was him signaling that he read a single Breitbart News article.

Elon Musk gestures as he speaks during a SpaceX press conference on February 10, 2022, in Texas. (JIM WATSON/AFP via Getty Images)

Ohio Court Rules Google May Be Designated a Common Carrier

A court in Ohio has ruled that a lawsuit from state Attorney General Dave Yost, which labels Google a common carrier subject to special regulations and litigation, can proceed, a significant development for Republicans seeking to hold tech companies accountable for bias and censorship.

Sundar Pichai, senior vice president of Chrome, speaks at Google's annual developer conference, Google I/O, in San Francisco on 28 June 2012

Apple Aims to Expand Production Outside China

Tech giant Apple is looking to expand its manufacturing outside China, following longstanding criticism of Silicon Valley companies for their ties to the authoritarian communist regime.

Tim Cook, Apple CEO, in China

EXCLUSIVE: Bill Gates Poured Millions into Dark Money Fund Attacking Elon Musk

Research exclusively shared with Breitbart News identifies hundreds of millions of dollars flowing from Bill Gates’ foundation to ten of the 26 organizations that signed an open letter last month urging Twitter advertisers to boycott the company if Elon Musk follows through on his promise to restore free speech on the platform.

Bill Gates hands up

Business Insider Admits Shadowbanning Is Real

The Indian branch of corporate news site Business Insider has acknowledged that shadowbanning, in which social media platforms hide or suppress content without informing the user, is real, in an in-depth report that interviewed a number of influencers.

Mark Zuckerberg Lectures America via Video Call

Minister of Truth Nina Jankowicz Wants to Edit Your Tweets

DHS “Disinformation Governance Board” Director Nina Jankowicz, better known as the Biden administration’s Minister of Truth, says Twitter should allow verified users like her to edit other users’ tweets to “add context.”

Jankowicz speaks

Appeals Court Upholds Texas Law Fighting Big Tech Censorship

The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected a Big Tech umbrella group’s efforts to block House Bill 20, a law passed by the Republican-controlled State of Texas that prohibits political censorship by large social media platforms, in a major win for online freedom campaigners.

Texas Attorney General and Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott celebrates during his victory party on November 4, 2014 in Austin, Texas. Abbott defeated Democratic challenger Texas State Sen. Wendy Davis. (Photo by Erich Schlegel/Getty Images)