Taliban spokesperson, Zabihullah Mujahid, uses social media Facebook, Twitter, going unchecked by Zuckerberg or Dorsey who ban Americans
Donald Trump formally launched his long-anticipated legal attack against Big Tech social media giants. His upcoming class action lawsuit targets their anti-democratic censorship of those opposing the Democrats' ruinously pro-socialist policies.
I have a right not to be censored by Big Tech and the government. Free Speech is an American stalwart that liberal leadership wants to end.
Big Tech overlords of our online lives censor what you can see, hear, watch, know. But for the intellectually curious the truth is out there.
It’s another week and another likely wild ride on Wall Street for US stocks, as tech CEOs face Congress on censorship.
The Trump EO addresses Communications Decency Act provisions protecting social media sites like Twitter from legal liabilities due to user-posted content.
George Soros asked Barack Obama to investigate his enemies, says Alan Dershowitz, as Soros calls for Mark Zuckerberg's ouster from Facebook.
The Rubik's Cube is based on an algorithm. Facebook censors via algorithms. Can Zuckerberg solve the puzzle? Do we want a naked Zuck doing it?
America's key social networks are uniting to suppress conservatives and boost their cherished left-wing fantasies. It amounts to outright censorship.
Clearly, the time has come to confront America's increasingly authoritarian social media companies. Yes, it's time to bring in the Federal trust busters.
Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission) launched anti-trust investigations of tech Google, aka Alphabet Facebook and Amazon.
The US Department of Justice antitrust lawsuit against Ma Bell broke up a monopoly giving AT&T more than they gave up. Zuckerberg is playing the same game.
Boeing and Facebook troubles sap this week's bull market spirits on Thursday, as market averages flatline. Meanwhile, an elitist scandal darkens the mood.
WASHINGTON: The election of Donald Trump as the nation’s 45th president proved the power of social media. No, not in the way Russians formed silly and ineffective Facebook groups in opposition to Hillary Clinton. Rather, it was what the Columbia Journalism Review (CJR) discovered. In a study conducted shortly after Trump’s victory. CJR found it was average ...
Facebook unlawful censorship continues, banning me from sharing articles I wrote on conservative groups I belong to, just before an election.
Forty-Five liberal groups are demanding that the Facebook advertising policies allow anyone at any time have the right to place any ad. Which is dangerous.
Substantial numbers of Trump supporters, conservatives and variously-flavored Republicans are bailing on both Facebook (symbol: FB) and Twitter (TWTR).
It’s not unfair to compare the actions of both Facebook and Twitter to the IRS’ illegal strangling of would-be conservative PACs.
Google,YouTube, and Facebook can discriminate against users at their discretion. And their discretion needs to be challenged. Nasim Najafi Aghdam foolishly escalated her frustration with the media giant and took her own life after hurting others. Should we be looking at the policies of these companies a little closer?
Obama, after all, is the Democratic president who expanded upon the foolish, Republican-crafted Patriot Act with his own PRISIM program. That allowed the National Security Agency (NSA) to do what Mark Zuckerberg and his fellow social media moguls could only dream of.