Left-Wing Celebrities Share Fake News About Iran Executing 15,000 Protesters

A viral infographic that claimed the government of Iran has sentenced 15,000 protesters to death was uncritically reposted and signal-boosted by several top left-leaning celebrities on Monday, including actresses Viola Davis and Sophie Turner – and perhaps most disturbingly, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who responded to the disinformation with an official condemnation as the Canadian head of government.

TOPSHOT - Iranian pro-government demonstrators raise national flags and pictures of the Islamic republic's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, as they gather in the capital Tehran's central Enghelab Square on November 25, 2019, to condemn days of "rioting" that Iran blames on its foreign foes. - In a shock announcement …

Exclusive – ‘The Matrix Attacked Me:’ Andrew Tate Explains Why Big Tech Tried to Take Him Down

Andrew Tate, the self-described ‘Top G’ of the internet, was recently blacklisted from most major social media platforms following an outcry over his pro-masculinity message. Breitbart News sat down with Tate to explore why leftist tech platforms felt the need to silence him. Tate explains, “First, they delete you and then they lie about you. That’s how they attack.”

Andrew Tate

Zuck’s Misfire: Instagram Copied China’s TikTok but Falls Miserably Behind

Facebook’s Instagram is struggling to compete with China’s TikTok in the short-form video content realm despite the roll-out of its “Reels” feature. According to internal company documents, the daily watch time of Reels is less than 10 percent of the time spent watching videos on the the massively popular China-owned platform.

Mark Zuckerberg discusses Instagram

Security Researchers: Facebook ‘Injects’ Code to Track Everything You Do After Clicking on Links

Facebook (now known as Meta) has reportedly been rewriting websites that its users visit, allowing the company to track them across the web after they click links in its app by “injecting” tracking code. The security researcher that sounded the alarm say that the tracking code allows Mark Zuckerberg to “monitor all user interactions, like every button and link tapped, text selections, screenshots, as well as any form inputs, like passwords, addresses and credit card numbers.”

WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 10: Facebook co-founder, Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg arrives to testify 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 …