A last-ditch effort to persuade President Donald Trump to issue a pre-emptive pardon to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is reportedly being blocked by White House counsel Pat Cipollone, according to reports.
President Donald Trump delivered his farewell address on Tuesday, urging Americans to carry on the principles he fought for during his presidency.
A British IT worker named James Howells is reportedly offering a 25 percent cut of his lost 7,500 Bitcoin fortune to the Welsh city of Newport if it allows him to excavate a landfill where he dumped the hard drive containing the Bitcoin treasure trove in 2013. The 7,500 Bitcoins are worth about $275 million at current prices, meaning the city stands to gain more than $70 million if the hard drive is found.
The Hungarian government is following the Polish government in moving against Big Tech, vowing action against the “shadowbanning” of “Christian, conservative, [and] right-wing opinions”.
Tech giant Google has denied recent allegations that it made a secret deal with social media giant Facebook in order to dominate the online advertising market. The two companies control the online advertising market in a duopoly that Amazon is just beginning to take market share from.
Borat star Sacha Baron Cohen is once again using his celebrity platform to try and silence conservatives, telling Facebook and YouTube that they must not lift their suspensions of President Donald Trump because he represents a threat to democracy. His
The French teenager who received death threats after criticising Islam online and was briefly the subject of a hate crime investigation receives 30 hate messages a minute.
Alec Baldwin is quitting Twitter in the wake of his own “noose” scandal and his wife’s “Hilaria” scandal.
The privacy-focused search engine DuckDuckGo has surpassed 100 million daily search queries for the first time ever, marking a major milestone in the site’s 12-year-old history. The site’s surging daily activity comes as a wave of consumers embrace alternatives to the Masters of the Universe, including messaging services like Signal and Telegram, and social media platforms such as Gab.
The Associated Press is targeting tech companies that host decentralized podcast marketplaces, including Apple and Google, alleging that they host “extremist” content — and the AP includes President Trump’s statements under that umbrella term.
Twitter banned President Donald Trump’s account for the alleged concern that the president might “incite violence.” Meanwhile, left-wing activist John Sullivan, who was arrested and charged in connection to the Capitol Hill riot, remained on the social media platform for another two weeks after the president was banned. His YouTube account remains active.
Tech giant Apple is reportedly being sued by a Washington nonprofit group in federal court that is demanding that the company remove the encrypted messaging app Telegram from its app store.
A group of “free-market and low-tax advocates” are urging House Republicans to back off plans to take antitrust action against Big Tech companies.
The messaging service WhatsApp has reportedly delayed an upcoming privacy change that it claims caused “confusion” amongst users who believe that the app would be sharing more data, including their messages, with parent company Facebook.
Britain’s leading left-wing newspaper The Guardian has published a list of Conservative MPs and prominent personalities who joined the social media platform Parler, which the newspaper claims is favoured by the “far-right” and “Trump supporters”.
Parler CEO John Matze says the social media platform will be back soon, adding that “free speech is essential, especially on social media.”
CNN has opened a new front in its efforts to blacklist its competitors. After former Facebook exec Alex Stamos told Brian Stelter that YouTube and other platforms have to “turn down the capability” of Conservatives to reach “huge audiences,” CNN’s Oliver Darcy took it one step further, calling on cable companies to stop delivering the right-leaning channels One America News Network (OANN) and Newsmax to paying customers.
The investigative journalism group Project Veritas recently published insider footage of Twitter’s Legal, Policy, and Trust Lead discussing plans for Twitter’s expansion of moderation enforcement on a global scale. Progressive Twitter exec Vijaya Gadde described applying the company’s “global approach” to America’s political leaders, reaffirming the company’s believe that President Donald Trump’s posts were “inciting violence and having real-world harm.”
The New York Times recently outlined the inner workings of a secret deal between Facebook and Google that allowed the companies to jointly dominate the online advertising market.
After spending five years attempting to claim President Trump stole the 2016 election, after five years of pushing the Russia Collusion Hoax, after five years of promoting and encouraging violence against Trump and his supporters, the far-left CNN is now demanding that its competition at OAN and Newsmax TV be blacklisted.
Twitter temporarily suspended Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) Sunday after the Georgia congresswoman discussed election fraud during the November 2020 elections.
A high school principal has been relieved of his duties — at least temporarily — after he criticized social media censorship to students this week.
In a recent article, the New York Times provides an insight into Twitter’s decision to ban President Donald Trump from its platform permanently. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, on vacation in French Polynesia, approved the decision under intense pressure from the company’s extreme leftist executives. Employees reportedly compared the platform allowing Trump to tweet to IBM collaborating with the Nazis.
Facebook is prohibiting ads for firearm accessories and will be removing content containing “Stop the Steal” verbiage as part of the platform’s pre-Biden inauguration policies.
(AFP) — The mysterious “Q” behind the QAnon conspiracy movement, which was instrumental in the storming of the US Capitol, is in fact two people, according to Swiss experts.
Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman drew attention on Friday, telling The Hill that “lies” about the legitimacy of the election were not protected under the Constitution.
In yet another inciting tweet from left-wing celebrities, far-left actor Alec Baldwin chose civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday to describe a “dream” he had which included a noose hanging outside of a courthouse during President Donald Trump’s “sedition” trial.