"YouTube removed an entire episode of the Candace Owens show because we said that men are not women, and women are not men. I honestly cannot even believe how absolutely bats*** woke you have to be to believe basic truth to be 'hate speech,'" the conservative commentator tweeted on Friday.
Fans take to social media to share their anger about the BBC announcement it will play alternate, less-offensive version of the hit.
The social media platform MeWe boasts privacy as the foundation of its experience, and promises that it won't sell users information to third-party advertisers.
President Donald Trump said earlier this week that Twitter was "out of control" after it placed an unprecedented number of warning labels over his posts about the election.
The president's own Twitter account is currently littered with warning flags, including a post from today falsely claiming that he "easily" won the election.
Graham said Saturday that Twitter moderators believe the Department of Homeland Security is more of a threat than the ayatollah of Iran.
Will Chamberlain of the Internet Accountability Project debates Matthew Feeney of the Cato Institute.
The president's son said social media firms had "their fingers on the dial", as he complained about the reach of his posts.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) claimed censorship after the social network showed a legitimate prompt on links to their fundraising website, but allegedly not the Democrats.
It is undeniable that the extended Biden family enjoyed great financial success at the same time that Joe Biden rose to become vice president of the United States.
A group on the Christian crowdfunding website Give Send Go amassed nearly a half-million dollars for alleged Kenosha, Wisconsin shooter Kyle Rittenhouse's legal defense - but now they say "Big Tech" has stepped in to halt the fundraising.
Zuckerberg said he is aware of the risks around misinformation and announced the site will block new political ads during the final week of the campaign.
Twitter has now taken action again four of Trump's tweets, alleging "misinformation" and "glorifying violence."
Louisiana Senator John Kennedy said Sunday he is drafting legislation to prohibit American companies from "giving in" to Chinese government rules on doing business.
Teachers in China were instructed to remove books featuring "illegal" content from school libraries and send lists of the offending titles to top education officials for review.
About 84 percent of Big Tech worker donations have gone to Democrats in 2020, a double-digit increase from the 2016 presidential elections.
The Trump administration is quietly dismantling the Open Technology Fund, the tiny but impactful agency that seeded projects like Signal, Tails OS and WireGuard—vital to activists and journalists in places like China and Iran
"We take your concerns seriously and to heart," the letter from Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan to scientists funded by their initiative said.
"Trump's rhetoric, steeped in the history of American racism, targeted people whom Facebook would not allow to repeat his words back to him," read an open letter penned by former staffers.
Sometimes, the unintended consequences are the best ones.
"We will not support a platform that incites violence, racism, and lies," tweeted Talkspace CEO Oren Frank on Monday.
Coronavirus has underscored how Big Tech imbues our lives—and it isn't all pretty.
Reporters Without Borders claimed that Beijing's tight control of national media meant that the international community did not appreciate how serious the COVID-19 outbreak was until it was too late.
Terms critical of China's government, information tied to the spread of the disease and references to the handling of the situation have been included in a keyword blacklist.
If social networks were to comply with Pelosi's authoritarianism, they would be ushering in the death of media as we know it.
Social media posts about the death of Iranian Major General Qassem Suleimani have been censored or deleted by Instagram, according to the International Federation of Journalists.