LifeSite News, a major pro-life news website, reports that Facebook has permanently blacklisted its page over "false information about COVID-19" and "vaccine discouraging information."
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL), who has been endorsed by Donald Trump in the Alabama Senate race, gave an exclusive interview to Breitbart News about the threat of tech censorship, comparing Silicon Valley's suppression of speech to Communist China's and urging the breakup of Big Tech companies.
Twitter banned an account themed around Donald Trump's new communications platform, even though Trump's team denies that they set up the account. The Masters of the Universe called the account a case of "ban evasion.
Liberal and self-described “feminist law professor” David S. Cohen argues that Republicans are still the party of corporate power, in a column for Rolling Stone.
A Center for Medical Progress video asserts National Institutes of Health uses taxpayer funds to sponsor research at the University of Pittsburgh on aborted babies from Planned Parenthood.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Sunday gave a public scolding to Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif for disparaging the late Brig. Gen. Qassem Soleimani in an interview leaked to the media last week.
A coalition of "human rights" organizations, many of them funded by Google, have written an open letter to President Joe Biden urging the creation of a "Disinformation Defense and Free Expression Task Force.
Senator Bill Hagerty (R-TN) has introduced a bill that takes aim at a key vulnerability of Big Tech — their increasing resemblance to common carriers.
The far-left Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has said that Twitch, the Amazon-owned video streaming platform, should invest even more resources into censorship tools — even after the platform twice banned Donald Trump, firsttemporarily during the campaign season, and then permanently in January.
Reddit is reportedly blocking links to Rumble, an anti-censorship video hosting platform and competitor to YouTube. Many prominent conservatives maintain a presence on Rumble, including Dan Bongino, PragerU, and Florida Gov.
Twitter said it would not take action on a tweet posted by basketball player LeBron James targeting a Columbus police officer who fatally shot an knife-wielding assailant attacking an unidentified woman in Columbus, Ohio last week.
Google has censored a public Google document collecting stories in mainstream news media and posts on social media about adverse reaction to COVID-19 vaccines. The document was over 100 pages long when it was censored by Google.
Conservative author and journalist Michelle Malkin has been censored by Google-owned YouTube, causing Malkin to declare that a "purge" of her content is underway. She is posting the censored content on Bitchute a video hosting platform that is pro-free speech, and is also posting the content to
Basketball player LeBron James deleted his tweet calling for "accountability" for a police officer who saved a number of young black people from a stabbing spree yesterday following widespread backlash, but the posts from other Twitter users mocking his reaction are still readily available.
Apple's control over access to the iPhone application marketplace is so total that even leftist organizations are saying the tech giant has too much power to censor.
Law professor, former Trump official, and communications law expert Adam Candeub joined Alex Marlow on SiriusXM'sBreitbart News Daily today, arguing that Republican voters need to pressure their state legislators if they want local bills to rein in Big Tech to succeed.
The Daily Mail,which operates one of the most popular news websites in the world and the third-largest print newspaper by circulation in the UK, is suing Google over allegations that it discriminates against certain news companies in its search results.
Although their arguments are almost universally pathetic, it is useful to occasionally pay attention to what the Swamp's paid defenders of Big Tech giants are saying.
On lockdowns, vaccine passports, critical race theory, E-verify, and many other issues, Florida governor Ron DeSantis leads the way for Republicans. But in one important area, Big Tech censorship, he is being let down by poorly crafted legislation.
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