The reporter who went rogue during a live broadcast has said social media platforms are guilty of censorship.
A new amendment to Hong Kong's Film Censorship Ordinance gives the government the ability to censor films seen as a threat to national security. The move further aligns Hong Kong with the practices of Beijing and the Chinese mainland.
The American Principles Project wants congressional Republicans to be aware of which groups receive funding from Big Tech to ensure lobbyists act independently on their interests.
MeidasTouch claimed Fox News declined to air an ad of law enforcement officers describing their experiences on January 6.
"Was the 'accidental human' who made the error by any chance the head of China Marketing for Microsoft?" the Texas senator tweeted early Saturday.
"How can you say that this is a currency for everyone in the world when you are the king of censorship?" the far-right activist shouted at the Bitcoin 2021 conference.
There is much more than merely biased teaching taking place on the current university campus.
This combination of "progressive" ends with regressive means has produced an intolerance among many millennials for traditional processes and procedures that lie at the heart of our constitution.
In ASP's second Chat looking at monopolies, the history of America's antitrust laws, and the current debates over the power of big tech, Chris Evans and Mark Kassen talk with Senator Mike Lee about free speech, privacy, and the delicate balance of protecting consumers without stifling innovation.
An international soccer broadcast is under fire for allegedly cutting away any time a female referee's legs were seen on camera.
The state senator asked Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to have Kennedy suspended from the platform permanently.
The streaming platform has reportedly deleted a total of 42 episodes from the comic's podcast with little fanfare. The most recent episodes removed included one recorded live at a comedy club and a coffee company's founder.
Ironically, the Ruling Class's claim to power would be stronger if it ceased its hostility toward the roughly half of the country it deems Deplorable.
"There were a few episodes they didn't want on their platform, I was like 'OK, I don't care,'" Rogan said last month.
"It'll be an opportunity for other people to weigh in and communicate in a free format without fear of reprisal or being canceled," Lewandowski said.
Susan Parsons sued the Wall Township School District in 2019, after she was forced to digitally alter a "Make America Great Again" logo on a student's T-shirt.
Amazon used its market power to prevent the American public from accessing ideas that challenge the orthodoxy of the ruling party.
If you are offended by Tucker Carlson's opinions, don't watch him.
Not being on a social network website is the same as not being part of public discourse and public debates.
Under the guise of "anti-riot" legislation, several states are considering measures ostensibly aimed at protecting public safety.
In a democracy with an open marketplace of ideas, the right to hear is more fundamental than any purported right to cancel.
The pitfalls of online regulation are unfortunately unavoidable. All regulation is political, and while Big Tech has botched its stewardship of the online public square, laws regulating speech carry too much danger that they will be used to silence truth and disrupt legitimate discourse.
The crackdown is part of a larger effort by the Chinese government to step up control over internet companies.
Complaints circulated on social media when a YouTube video titled Facebook bans Bible passages was posted by YouTuber and writer Paul Joseph Watson in reference to the issue.
The lawsuit is seeking the reinstatement of the president's Twitter account and a ban on AOC's and Omar's.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said that banning accounts from social media platforms "limit the potential for clarification, redemption, and learning."
The power of these companies to control public discourse is a clear and present danger to everyone who values free speech.
The media will predictably declare the world safe again on January 20.