UT Austin Leftists Threaten to Dox Students for Joining Conservative Campus Groups

Leftists are threatening to dox incoming freshmen students at the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin), claiming they will release the students’ personal information if they are caught joining conservative groups on campus, namely the Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT) and Turning Point USA (TPUSA).

Counterprotesters hold signs before conservative organizers begin a planned "Free Speech" rally on Boston Common, Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017, in Boston. Police Commissioner William Evans said Friday that 500 officers, some in uniform, others undercover, would be deployed to keep the two groups apart. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)

Report: Google Profits from ‘Millions’ of Fake Business Listings

According to a recent report, many business listings on Google Maps are actually fakes, created to impersonate other firms or pretend they’re nearby. The Wall Street Journal says the Masters of the Universe are slow to remove the profitable fake listings.

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TPUSA’s Stormi Rodriguez: Texas State Has Been a ‘Wake-Up Call’ About Free Speech on Campus

The former TPUSA chapter president at Texas State University,  Stormi Rodriguez, who is now a TPUSA representative, told host Alex Marlow that an “Orwellian-like task force” has been established at the school to monitor the TPUSA group after the student government failed to successfully ban the conservative student group from campus. Rodriguez spoke to Marlow about the situation being a “wake-up call” for Texans during a Friday interview for the weekly TPUSA campus report segment on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily.

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YouTube Demonetizes Evergreen State College Critic

Evergreen State College critic Benjamin Boyce has had many videos on his YouTube channel demonetized this week, part of a larger trend of video creators critical of progressive values being demonetized or blacklisted by the platform.

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Florida City Agrees to Pay $600,000 Ransom to Hackers

The city of Riviera Beach, Florida, agreed this week to pay $600,000 ransom in Bitcoin to a gang of hackers that encrypted its data, having concluded efforts to fight the data theft would be even more expensive and possibly futile.

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Female Athletes Challenge Policy Allowing Transgenders to Compete Against Women

Female student athletes in Connecticut are challenging a new policy that allows transgenders to compete against women. Attorneys representing the students submitted a complaint on Monday, alleging that the policy “directly and negatively impacts” the “dreams and goals” of the female athletes.

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Study: Most College Students Say Campus Climate Prevents Them from Expressing Views

A recent study found that most college students say that the political and social climate on their college campuses prevents students from expressing their true beliefs. The study reveals that more than two-thirds of college students admitted that campus culture causes students to self-censor over the concern that their classmates could find their views “offensive.”

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Report: Facebook Moderators Expose Disturbing Details of Zuckerberg’s Empire

Facebook content moderators have reportedly broken their NDAs to expose the inner workings of monitoring content on the social media platform. Moderators described traumatic videos and imagery they were made to view on the platform, which alone has reportedly resulted in workplace chaos, physical illness, and the eventual development of PTSD.

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