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.
Thursday's hearing provided five key points that can help chart a path forward for those hoping to hold big tech accountable.
In a democracy with an open marketplace of ideas, the right to hear is more fundamental than any purported right to cancel.
The Left often outsources deplatforming to private corporations. It happens all the time.
Mr. President, the election has emboldened your liberal and progressive allies to target for ostracism and punishment a new band of "deplorables": your fellow Catholics.
Today's cancel culture, just as with the totalitarian regime in the country of my birth, ruthlessly doles out disproportionate retribution for the crime of dissent.
Illicit online content continues to proliferate and has become increasingly violent and harmful to our nation's youth.
Conservatives should create alternative communications systems to provide access for everyone who disagrees with the Left.
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.
Big Tech is the ruling class's means by which to control the acceptability, or lack thereof, of speech itself.
The most important question to be asked about the next four years is whether Big Tech will not only have a loud voice in Washington, but also ensure that its power continues to grow.
The media's day of reckoning is coming. This election will serve as the tipping point when media outlets finally give way to a new frontier. The Wild West of new media is upon us.
Will Chamberlain of the Internet Accountability Project debates Matthew Feeney of the Cato Institute.
Social media execs recognize the Left's willingness to punish political enemies. As political polarization grows, it is naive to think this willingness can remain confined to one side.
Coronavirus has underscored how Big Tech imbues our lives—and it isn't all pretty.
Weibo's move has been perceived as a crackdown on ideas that do not fall in line with socialism.