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TUSK is a censorship-free web browser for conservatives with an emphasis on free speech, allowing users to curate their own news and articles.
Gettr’s CEO said recent whistleblower allegations that Twitter allowed CCP agent to be a part of company are “very troubling, very problematic.”
Federal appeals court upheld Texas law seeking to curb censorship by social media platforms in major legal battle that could end at Supreme Court.
A TikTok executive refused to make a commitment that the hugely popular short-video app would cut off flows of Americans’ data to China.
Facebook spying on private messages and data of Americans and reporting to FBI for anti-gov or anti-authority sentiments or questioning of 2020 election.
Sen. Josh Hawley expressed frustration that TikTok COO would not say whether any Chinese employees working on TikTok are members of the CCP.
Documents show Big Tech took action after pressure by White House and Biden admin officials proving U.S. government colluded with companies.
More than 50 officials in Biden’s admin across agencies were involved with pressuring Big Tech to crack down on alleged misinformation.
Republicans not convinced by explanation offered by Facebook as to why post criticizing Biden’s cancelation of student loan debt was removed.
Congressional lawmakers are probing allegations made by Twitter’s former chief of security in an explosive whistleblower complaint.
Children’s Health Defense booted off Facebook and Instagram for allegedly violating community standards on “misinformation” about COVID-19.
Nick started vaccine injury support group on social media after suffering neurological reactions and temporary paralysis after COVID-19 shot.
Elon Musk has sold a further $6.9 billion of his shares in Tesla Inc., according to new filings with the SEC published on Aug. 9.
Elon Musk in a countersuit has accused Twitter executives of fraudulently presenting an undercount of fake users, known as bots.