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Jason Miller, the CEO of Gettr, and Pedro Gonzales, associate editor of Chronicles, talk to Steve Bannon on the one-year anniversary of Twitter permanently banning Donald Trump from its platform. They unravel some of the threads that explain why...
Thousands of user accounts vanished from Twitter shortly after new Chief Executive Parag Agrawal took the reins in November from the outgoing CEO, Jack Dorsey. The tech giant claimed that the purges focused on eliminating bots and propaganda accounts,...
Censored Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene Explains Why Twitter Banned Her Account Tim, Ian, Luke, and Lydia join sitting congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene to discuss what happened to get her banned from Twitter. https://youtu.be/Hw7fg7kD794 Marjorie Taylor Greene Discusses What Congress Could Do To...
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene tells Steve Bannon about being kicked off Twitter, and her plan to go to war with the tech giant unless it gives up its relentless war on conservatives. “I think Twitter is actually at war...
After notifying upstart children's imprint its account was "permanently disabled" for advertising illustrated biographies of Ronald Reagan, Thomas Sowell, and Amy Coney Barrett, the social media giant now claims the censorship was an "error." Facebook did an abrupt about-face Monday...
Twitter permanently suspended the personal account of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) on Jan. 2, claiming that she was posting false information relating to the COVID-19 pandemic. “We permanently suspended Marjorie Taylor Greene for repeated violations of our COVID-19 misinformation policy,” a Twitter spokesperson said in...
Media company Grabien News was suspended by Twitter for posting a video of House representatives criticizing pharmaceutical corporations.
After a year of controversy, the tech company has finished first in a race to the bottom, according to a new poll by Yahoo Finance Meta Platforms, formerly known as Facebook, was declared “the worst company of 2021” in the results...
https://youtu.be/W5LKbdpjhog In private emails between Mark Zuckerberg and Anthony Fauci – obtained exclusively by The National Pulse – the Facebook founder and CEO offered to send “data reports” on users to “facilitate decisions” about COVID-19 lockdowns. The revelation is a stark...
French President Emanuel Macron announced on Dec. 8 that the EU is considering new legislation to hold tech companies liable for hate speech that occurs on their platforms. “This is unprecedented European regulation to fight online hate, to define the...
Labels placed on posts on Facebook accompanying so-called fact-checks are opinion, lawyers for the social media platform’s parent company said in a recent court filing. Television host John Stossel sued Facebook and two of its fact-checking partners, Science Feedback and Climate Feedback,...
Twitter will likely become even more restrictive and politically biased following the departure of its founder and CEO Jack Dorsey last month, according to the co-founder and former CEO of Parler, John Matze. Speaking to NTD’s “The Nation Speaks,” Matze said he expects...
Debt collectors can now text, email, and send direct messages to borrowers on social media after new rules approved by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) took effect on Tuesday. The new rules clarify how debt collectors can use email, text messages, social media, and other contemporary methods to communicate with...
A day after Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey stepped down as CEO, the social media firm announced sweeping policy changes targeting the sharing of photos or videos of individuals. “Beginning today,” Twitter said in a statement Tuesday, “we will not allow the sharing of private media, such...