Lauren Witzke, the Republican 2020 candidate for a U.S. Senate seat in Delaware, has been blacklisted by Twitter after she denounced comments attributed to a transgender activist that called little girls "kinky.
The Mozilla Foundation, creators of the Firefox web browser, has introduced a new browser extension that automatically replaces "hostile comments directed at women" with the word "boss" across the internet.
The grave of Scottish Enlightenment philosopher Adam Smith has become the latest target of a Black Lives Matter-inspired review of sites supposedly linked to "slavery and colonialism" by Edinburgh Council.
Laura Loomer, the only Republican congressional candidate who was banned from every major social media platform while running in 2020 (as well as PayPal, Stripe, and a number of other online services), has filed to run again in 2022.
Gab, the free speech internet company known for its First Amendment friendly Twitter competitor, has teased a potential new project, aimed at competing with the fledgling voice-chat app Clubhouse.
The Right Side Broadcasting Network (RSBN), a conservative news broadcaster, received a two-week suspension from YouTube because it covered President Donald Trump's speech at the recent Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
Twitter failed to provide requested data and documentation to assist a House Judiciary Committee investigation into the size, competitiveness, and role of social media companies, according to a letter sent to CEO Jack Dorsey by Reps.
Google is planning to phase out the use of technology that tracks users as they move from website to website around the internet, in a move that it says is intended to better protect users' privacy.
The Department of Homeland Security changed its Immigration and Customs Enforcement Alert (@ICEAlert) Twitter account to private. The social media account was previously used to spotlight dangerous illegal migrants living in the United States after being freed by sanctuary cities.
Freedom of speech on the internet did not lead to a rise in "hate crimes," according to a report sent from the U.S. Department of Commerce to Congress in January — a report that has yet to appear on any government website.
Gab, the social network known for its Christian values and uncompromising stance on freedom of speech, says it has been deplatformed from three different banks over negative coverage in the legacy media.
Amazon, the world's dominant online retailer, quietly changed its content policy sometime after August 10 last year to include a ban on "hate speech," according to reports.
Princeton University President Christopher Eisgruber said in his annualState of the University letter that "false ideas" are "inconsistent" with the university's core values. In his letter, however, Eisgruber goes on to spread the infamous "very fine people" hoax about former President Donald
Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)compared her "human rights campaign" of fighting aids to the "stigma" of transgenderism in avirtual conference with Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI) to promote the newly passed the Equality Act.
Rasmussen Reports conducted a favorability survey among congressional members on Friday in which Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) at 29 percent beat out Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) at 33 percent, Rep.
The House is poised to pass President Biden'scoronavirusrelief package on a party-line vote Friday and send the $1.9 trillion measure to the Senate as Congressracesto provide a fresh round ofaidto Americans still reeling from the pandemic.
Microsoft has teamed up with a number of tech and media companies to create a system of tracing content around the internet that could destroy online privacy and anonymity, radically transforming the nature of the web.
The yield on 10-year U.S. Treasurys jumped to above 1.6 percent on Thursday, its highest level since before the pandemic struck.
Dr. Peter Hotez warned that people should not become complacent due to dropping Covid cases, especially amid reports of B.1.526 spreading in New York.
Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-SC) called out misreporting and misinformation spread by corporate media networks earlier today, amid a push by Democrats to have cable news carriers shut down Fox News, OAN, and Newsmax.
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