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Bokhari: Big Tech Can ‘Turn Down the Volume’ on Entire Movements

Breitbart Tech reporter Allum Bokhari, author of an upcoming book exposing Silicon Valley called #DELETED: Big Tech’s Battle to Erase the Trump Movement and Steal The Election, appeared on the Brian Thomas Show on 55KRC, warning listeners that Big Tech currently has the ability to “turn down the volume” on entire political movements without anyone realizing.

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Transgender Canadian Gets Immigrant Woman’s Business Shut Down – the 16th Case

An immigrant woman who operated a Brazilian waxing business in Canada was forced to shut down after being taken to court for refusing to wax a transgender’s male genitalia. Fifteen other female business owners have been taken to court by the same man, who is alleging discrimination based on gender identity.

transgender activist Jessica Yaniv

Robot DJ Puts the Tech into Techno for Czech Clubbers

PRAGUE (Reuters) – These days artificial intelligence is so advanced that robots trade shares, make restaurants suggestions and diagnose diseases. But can a robot get a dance floor jumping?

A robot produced by the Toyota Motor Corporation called 'Harry Trumpet -Player Robot' Japan 2005 is on view at the ROBOT exhibition at the Science Museum in London on February 7, 2017

Monkey Selfies, Eclipse, Bitcoin, Lauer Top Google in 2017

The search terms reflected the United States in upheaval over sexual misconduct allegations against powerful men, reeling from the tumultuous presidency of Donald Trump (What is “covfefe,” by the way?), and people around the world searching for information about the latest iPhone and how to make slime.

The EU's top official for the euro single currency pressed European regulators to urgently update financial rules in order to face bitcoin's dizzying volatility

German Competition Agency Says Facebook Abused Dominant Position

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Germany’s competition watchdog has found that Facebook abused its dominant market position, challenging the U.S. social network’s model of monetizing the personal data of its 2 billion users worldwide through targeted advertising.

Facebook said the move was in response to pressure from governments and policy makers for greater visibility into sales made in their countries