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WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 10: Facebook co-founder, Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before a combined Senate Judiciary and Commerce committee hearing in the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill April 10, 2018 in Washington, DC. Zuckerberg, 33, was called to testify after it was reported that 87 million …

Facebook Blacklists Left-Wing Site that Praised Purge of Infowars

Left-wing alternative media outlet Reverb Press was blacklisted from Facebook and Twitter last week, just months after celebrating Infowars’ mass purge from the same platforms. Reverb Press now complains, “It’s absurd that Facebook thinks it can define what is ‘legitimate’ news.”

The Latest: Twitter CEO says 'shadow ban' not impartial

Twitter Refuses to Uphold Harassment Rules Against Antifa

Twitter has refused to uphold its harassment rules against an Antifa account which encouraged harassment of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), after permanently blacklisting Infowars host Alex Jones last month based on the same rules.

InfoWars host Alex Jones, with eyes and mouth covered by the logos of Apple, Spotify, YouTube, and Facebook.

PayPal Blacklists Infowars for ‘Promoting Hate’

Internet payment services giant PayPal has blacklisted Infowars from its platform for allegedly promoting “hate and discriminatory intolerance against certain communities and religions.”

Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones speaks outside of the Dirksen building of Capitol Hill after listening to Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee on 'Foreign Influence Operations and Their Use of Social Media Platforms' on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018, in …

Twitter Permanently Blacklists Alex Jones, Infowars

Twitter on Thursday permanently banned accounts belonging to Alex Jones and Infowars over a video of the radio host confronting a CNN reporter for lobbying to blacklist him from the social media platform, which CEO Jack Dorsey described as a “digital

InfoWars host Alex Jones, with eyes and mouth covered by the logos of Apple, Spotify, YouTube, and Facebook.

Poll: 61% of Big Tech Employees Agree with Blacklisting Alex Jones

A recent survey from big tech workplace discussion app Blind shows that 61 percent of employees at major tech firms agree that Twitter should join the rest of Silicon Valley in blacklisting Infowars host Alex Jones. The notable exception is Twitter employees themselves.

Jack Dorsey and Alex Jones

Twitter Suspends Alex Jones After CNN Blacklist Campaign

Twitter has suspended Infowars host Alex Jones for seven days following a live broadcast in which Jones told his followers to prepare their “battle rifles” to defend themselves. The stream ironically was discussing social media censorship.

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NeverTrumpers Support Big Tech Blacklist of Alex Jones

An article was published in the Weekly Standard this week titled “The Case for Banning Alex Jones” aims to defend the Masters of the Universe almost unanimously blacklisting Alex Jones and Infowars from social media.

jared holt of Right Wing Watch

‘Right Wing Watch’ Author: I Was Jealous that Spotify Rejected My Podcast and Not Infowars’

Far left website Salon credited Jared Holt of Right Wing Watch, along with Matt Rivitz’s anti-conservative harassment campaign Sleeping Giants, for catalyzing the purge of Alex Jones and Infowars from major tech platforms earlier this week. Holt’s involvement appears to be motivated by jealousy — he stated, “I guess I was a little bit offended that Alex Jones was able to get on the air and I wasn’t.”

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Disqus Bans Infowars from Comments Platform Amid Big Tech Purge

Disqus, the popular user comments system, has banned InfoWars from using its service amid the Big Tech purge which has seen Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest, Apple podcasts, Spotify, Microsoft’s LinkedIn, and more ban Infowars and Alex Jones from their platforms.

Infowars host Alex Jones moves to dismiss Sandy Hook lawsuit

Infowars Becomes #1 Trending App on Google Play Store

InfoWars has become the number one trending app on the Google Play Store, following the mass purge of Infowars and Alex Jones from Big Tech platforms including Google’s YouTube, Facebook, and many others.

Jack Dorsey

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey: Alex Jones ‘Hasn’t Violated Rules’

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey defended the company’s decision not to ban Alex Jones and Infowars’ accounts following a purge of Infowars accounts across Big Tech including Facebook, Spotify, Apple podcasts, and Microsoft’s LinkedIn. Dorsey says that Jones “hasn’t violated our rules,” and admitting “We’ve been terrible at explaining our decisions.”

Alex Jones, host of InfoWars.

LinkedIn and MailChimp Join Social Media Purge of Infowars

LinkedIn and MailChimp are the latest technology companies to ban Infowars from their services, following a left-wing media campaign which got InfoWars banned from Facebook, YouTube, Apple podcasts, and Spotify.