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Bokhari: The Real ‘Voter Suppression’ in 2018 Came from Big Tech

After virtually every election, Democrats go-to explanation for why they didn’t win X state or Y district is “voter suppression.” The midterms were no different — but the complaint was particularly egregious, given that it occurred on the back of outright election meddling from Silicon Valley.

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Ann Coulter: Hall Monitor Nation

Apart from building the wall, President Trump’s most important act as president so far was his attack on internet censorship this week.

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Elizabeth Heng: Big Tech Can ‘Swing Elections as They Censor Conservative Voices’

Elizabeth Heng, the Republican nominee running to represent California’s 16th Congressional District, warned of left-wing technology companies’ increasing capacity to determine electoral outcomes. She offered her remarks in a Thursday interview with Breitbart Senior Editor-at-Large Rebecca Mansour and the Foreign Desk’s Lisa Daftari for SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight.

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Who Will Guard the Guardians? What We Have Learned About the Power of Big Tech in the Past Three Years 

In 2016, we discovered that Big Tech was vulnerable — wide open, in fact — to political manipulators and hackers, both domestic and foreign. In 2017, we learned that Big Tech didn’t want to do much about the problem, even though the Techsters did wish to pursue their various lefty political agendas. And in 2018, we learned that Big Tech was finally willing to do something about its vulnerabilities — but only on its terms.

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4 Tech Companies Lobbying for H-1B

In the age of President Donald Trump’s crackdown on the H-1B and strict enforcement of immigration law, tech conglomerates are lobbying the Congress and White House for amnesty and more foreign labor.