Democrats slapped with civil rights lawsuit for censoring US election tweets

California 06/21/21, 04:53

The last U.S. election was arguably a watershed moment in national history due to widespread unconstitutional electoral procedures and a joint effort from corporations and government to "fortify" Joe Biden's presidency.Sovereign Man founder Simon Black accused social media companies of masterminding an un-American censorship campaign, which aims to silence public ...

President Trump is ‘moving forward’ with setting up a new social media platform

U.S. 03/31/21, 23:26

Former President Trump will directly compete against the world's largest social media companies to bypass their alleged suppression of free speech. Donald Trump has decided to proceed with his earlier proposal to establish a new social networking platform after being permanently banned from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. Insiders, who know about ...

Kenosha gunman Kyle Rittenhouse detained on $2 million cash bail

U.S. 11/03/20, 02:40

A northern Illinois teen accused of shooting anti-police demonstrators will stay behind bars unless he can cover the very expensive bail. Antioch, Illinois, resident Kyle Rittenhouse will continue to be detained after a Wisconsin court decided to set a cash bail bond at $2 million. Court Commissioner Loren Keating decided the amount ...

Facebook bans paid ads warning about widespread voting or election fraud

2022 Campaign 10/01/20, 02:31

One of the world’s largest internet companies is prohibiting political advertising much earlier than expected. Facebook Inc. has confirmed it will no longer approve paid election messages that warn voters about widespread electoral fraud due to increased postal voting at the upcoming election on Nov. 3. The company cited "hate speech" rules ...

Pro ‘anarchist’ Facebook pulls Trump 2020 election ads for promoting ‘hate group’s symbol’

2022 Campaign 06/19/20, 04:57

One of the world’s largest internet companies sided with anti-government protesters and removed election advertising because it allegedly encouraged violence against people belonging to another race. Facebook Inc. has publicly expressed solidarity with extreme "anarchist" civil unrest that swept across the nation since Minnesotan George Floyd died in police custody. Local ...

New Zealand official calls Facebook ‘morally bankrupt’

Tech 04/08/19, 04:49

New Zealand's official privacy watchdog on Monday described Facebook as "morally bankrupt" and suggested his country follow neighboring Australia's lead by making laws that could jail executives over streamed violence such as the Christchurch mosque shootings.Privacy Commissioner John Edwards has been critical of Facebook's response to a gunman using the ...

Facebook loses longtime product chief as it revamps strategy

Business 03/14/19, 17:24

Facebook is losing its product chief Chris Cox, a top-ranking executive who spent more than a decade at the company, just a week after CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a major new direction for the social network. The departure, announced Thursday, follows Zuckerberg's announcement that Facebook will shift its emphasis to private ...

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