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Twitter: ‘Louisville Will Burn’ Doesn’t Violate Our Rules

by Allum Bokhari A tweet encouraging arson in Louisville, Kentucky, posted a day before violent riots once again broke out across multiple American cities including Louisville, did not violate the Twitter rules, according to a spokeswoman for the social media … Continue reading

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Matt Gaetz: Google Using ‘Market Dominance’ in Search to Engage in ‘Election Interference’

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) said during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday on big tech and antitrust that Google is using its “market dominance” in search to engage in “election interference,” such as censoring Breitbart News and other conservative … Continue reading

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‘Tough Day for Twitter:’ Users React to Massive Platform Security BreachGates

Following the recent hijacking of multiple high-profile Twitter accounts, users on the platform have begun to analyze the cyber attack and the effects it may have on the platform’s future. Read the rest HERE. Or something like this pic.twitter.com/OUR28mqFnF — … Continue reading

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Twitter Suspends Candace Owens: Told Michigan ‘Go to Work’

by Alana Mastrangelo Conservative firebrand and BLEXIT founder Candace Owens was suspended from Twitter on Saturday after tweeting that people in Michigan should open their businesses and “go to work” despite the draconian measures implemented by Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D) … Continue reading

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Medical Surveillance State: France Calls on Apple and Google to Ditch Privacy Protections During Pandemic

by Kurt Zindulka France has become the first country in the world to openly call on Silicon Valley tech giants to remove privacy protections during the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, in order to introduce a “sovereign European health solution” that would … Continue reading

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Facebook Censors Project Veritas Video About Chinese Virus

by Allum Bokhari Facebook has removed a video from Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe showing the conservative journalist questioning testers and Army National Guard personnel about their opinions about the Chinese virus. The video showcased O’Keefe’s experience obtaining a coronavirus … Continue reading

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Pollak: Media, Tech Self-Censorship Over ‘Whistleblower’ Marks Death of Free Press in United States

by Joel B. Pollak The United States of America no longer has a free press as of December 2019. Press freedom was already in danger, as Mark Levin noted, as journalists became political activists in the Obama era, and feuded with … Continue reading

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Northwestern U. Student Newspaper Apologizes for Reporting on Jeff Sessions Lecture

From Breitbart News:  The editors of the Northwestern University student newspaper issued a long-winded apology this week for simply covering an on-campus speech by former Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The student editors of the Daily Northwestern published a 700-word apology on Sunday … Continue reading

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Here’s the Trump Video Twitter Removed Over Nickelback Copyright Claim

[Click anywhere on the above graphic to start/stop video.] The following is from Breitbart.com: by Allum Bokhari Twitter took down a video tweeted by President Donald Trump yesterday due to a copyright claim related to the presence of a five-second … Continue reading

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Schweizer: A ‘Slam Dunk’ for the Justice Department to Investigate Google’s Political Activities

by Jeff Poor During Thursday’s broadcast of Fox Business Network’s “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” Government Accountability Institute president and Breitbart News senior contributor Peter Schweizer argued the Trump administration’s Department of Justice should take a look at the politics of Google … Continue reading

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