The UK-based populist website Politicalite has previously been the target of Google censorship.
A long battle between streaming services such as Netflix and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences came to a close this week.
Venezuelan immigrant and Turning Point USA (TPUSA) student activist Jose Vargas told Breitbart News Daily “there is not a single socialist that is not a liar” adding that they lie to get elected, and that there will be “no other place to live if America falls under [socialist] ideologies.” Vargas, who immigrated to the United States from Venezuela, offered his firsthand experiences with socialism in a Wednesday interview for the weekly TPUSA campus report on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow.
Students at UCLA learned about the “art” of pole dancing last week in a “Sexploration – Pole Class” hosted by two official university divisions at the school, which promised to teach the “basic moves needed to become a magnificent pole dancer.”
A high school textbook has come under fire on social media this month after a user highlighted its bias against conservatives. The book argues that Americans are concerned about President Donald Trump’s “mental instability.”
Social media website Twitter reportedly plans to allow users to report tweets that they feel attempt to mislead voters.
Bloomberg published an article recently which claims that Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s claims about the company’s new computer chips do not match reality.
Criminal charges have been dropped against three University of Arizona students who filmed themselves harassing border patrol agents last month at a career fair on campus.
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is attracting support from across the political establishment — the mainstream media, NeverTrump pundits like Bill Kristol, and Silicon Valley CEOs have all rallied to the South Bend mayor’s campaign. But why?2020
A New York teenager is suing tech giant Apple for $1 billion, claiming that the company’s facial recognition software led to him being falsely arrested.
Ron Wyden told the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) they should hold Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg personally “liable” for the company’s many privacy violations.
President Donald Trump met with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Tuesday, just hours after the president berated the platform for discriminating against his supporters.
Williams College is planning to review and revise its policies due to student outrage over a faculty petition to adopt principles in favor of free speech on campus. Student protesters claim that “free speech harms” minorities and therefore, must be curtailed.
Facebook is now blaming multiple languages on the platform for the company’s failure to effectively monitor content.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings earned $36.1 million between salary and stock options in 2018, the same year the leading streaming company paid no income taxes.
If there’s one lesson above all to be learned from the populist revolutions now sweeping away the old liberal-leftist elites it’s that you must never, ever, EVER back down when the left tries to smear you as racist / misogynist / homophobic / Islamophobic / transphobic / sexist or whatever.
Samsung is delaying the launch of its foldable Galaxy Fold mobile phone after U.S. reviewers with advance access to the device noted multiple breakages of the phone’s screen after testing. The South Korean technology company announced the postponement on Monday.
Administrators at Middlebury College apologized this week for their decision to cancel a lecture by Polish conservative Ryszard Legutko.
A new wave of start-up companies wants to replace hiring managers with A.I. software that conduct interviews.
Consumer Reports and the Partners for Automated Vehicles Education coalition (PAVE) have both taken issue with Elon Musk’s claims about the self-driving ability of Tesla vehicles. Both organizations strongly disagree with Elon Musk, who claimed it would be “crazy” to buy any car but a Tesla.
Chapman University’s film school removed an original poster from the film The Birth of a Nation from the film school building after a protest by students.
The government of Sri Lanka responded to the horrific Easter Sunday bombings by restricting access to social media sites such as Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, YouTube, and Snapchat. Officials said they would keep the sites blocked until the counter-terrorism investigation concludes.
“Very discriminatory, hard for people to sign on,” Trump said. “Constantly taking people off list. Big complaints from many people.”
Netflix released a trailer for its upcoming documentary Knock Down The House Monday, starring Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and profiling women who ran for seats in the 2018 midterms in underdog campaigns.
‘Game of Thrones’ actress Sophie Turner posted a strange video to social media over the weekend, drinking wine and talking about the Easter bunny engaging in sexual acts.
Students at Yale University are demanding that the school disarm its campus police “in opposition to state-sanctioned violence” after a shooting that wounded one woman who police believed was involved in an attempted armed robbery.
In a series of posts to Microsofts internal online messaging board, a female Microsoft employee has begun questioning the value of diversity policies at the company.