‘Masters of the Universe’ Panel: There Is No Way to Compete with Google and Facebook

At the “Masters of the Universe” event in Louisiana on Thursday night, panelists Ann Coulter, Peter Schweizer, and Dr. Robert Epstein said the giants of Silicon Valley occupy an economic, cultural, and perhaps legal position unique in the annals of American business, because it is simply not possible to compete effectively with Facebook, Twitter, or especially Google.

An agreement with Apple TV could extend Twitter video broadcasts to the biggest screens in homes, engaging more users and increasing the potential for revenue

Twitter Reveals New Features to Combat ‘Hate Speech’

Twitter has revealed a series of new features that aim to combat “hate speech” on the platform, including the ability to block entire conversations and a muted words tool, similar to free speech-focused competitor Gab.

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Pro-Trump CEO Purged from Y Combinator

Andrew Torba, founder and CEO of Twitter-killer Gab, has been purged from Silicon Valley’s exclusive “Y Combinator” alumni blog for voicing support to “Build the Wall.”


Twitter Removes Word Filtering Feature After Accidentally Releasing It Early

Twitter rolled back the release of its “muted words” feature after it was accidentally released too early. A number of iOS users spotted the new feature available in their settings, allowing them to enter certain keywords or hashtags to keep tweets containing them from showing up on their timeline.

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Facebook Suspends Gab CEO Andrew Torba for Sharing Milo Video

Gab founder and CEO Andrew Torba was temporarily banned from Facebook last night after sharing a link to Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos’ Dangerous Faggot tour trailer just hours before his event at Texas Tech university.

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Meet the CEO of Gab, The Free Speech Alternative to Twitter

I recently got the chance to sit down and talk to Andrew Torba, CEO of, a new freedom of speech-focused social network. Though the Twitter-style network was only launched last Monday and is still very much in early beta, thousands of people are currently waiting in line for an invitation to the service, which aims to act as a shelter for freedom of speech and expression.