Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry has written a letter to Mark Zuckerberg, blasting the Facebook CEO and his platform for censoring medical discussion around coronavirus, in particular the censoring of a viral Breitbart News video of a press conference with frontline doctors and a member of Congress discussing responses to the virus.
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Last week, Breitbart News revealed that Google Search is interfering in the election, purging links to conservative websites from its search results, including a complete purge of Breitbart News links from searches related to Joe Biden.
The corporate and left-wing media completely ignored the story last month about a 24-year old mother, Jessica Whitaker, who was killed by Black Lives Matter supporters in Indianapolis, Indiana after an alleged argument over the term "All Lives Matter.
The corporate and left-wing media has largely ignored details in newly released court documents about the Jeffrey Epstein case, in which one of Epstein's victims alleged that former President Bill Clinton was seen on the deceased sex offender's private island in the company of two young girls.
Twitter considers itself an arbiter of truth on hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), censoring news publications simply for covering the topic.
Whistleblowers formerly employed at Google and Facebook have written an open letter to Congress urging lawmakers to take action on Big Tech bias before it's too late.
The official Twitter account of Breitbart News remains locked and unable to post, because it was used to post avideo of a press conference featuringRep. Ralph Norman (R-SC) andfrontline doctorssharing their views and opinions on coronavirus and the medical response to the pandemic.
Daily Caller editor-in-chief Geoffrey Ingersoll has said that the conservative news website has experienced Google search suppression similar to that reported by Breitbart News yesterday.
A few days after the 2016 election, at an internal meeting later leaked to Breitbart News, top Google executives, including Sundar Pichai, Sergey Brin, and Kent Walker, lamented Trump's victory, comparing Trump voters to "extremists" and discussing their desire to make Trump's election and the populist movement a "blip" in history.
Facebook, Google/YouTube, Twitter Censor Viral Video of Doctors' Capitol Hill Coronavirus Press Conference
Facebook removed a live video stream posted by Breitbart News earlier today, which at the time of removal was the top-performing Facebook post in the world, of a press conference in D.C.
Dr. Dan Erickson, one of the two doctors from Bakersfield, California, who were censored by YouTube after holding a press conference calling for an early end to the China virus lockdown in their state, says that attempts to censor the video backfired, causing the press conference to be distributed more widely.
Amazon founder and CEO (and owner of the far-leftWashington Post)Jeff Bezos is set to testify before the House Judiciary Committee next week, alongside the heads of Google, Facebook and Apple, over growing antitrust concerns about the tech giants.
Conservative author and entrepreneur Michelle Malkin and other conservative activists were violently attacked by Antifa and Black Lives Matter supporters at a "Back the Blue" rally in Denver, Colorado, yesterday.
Last month, Breitbart News reported on Amazon's censorship ofKilling Free Speech: Part 1,the first part of a documentary about censorship. Amazon has now censored part two of the documentary, which focuses specifically on Big Tech censorship.
Twitter has "search blacklist" and "trends blacklist" tags on accounts, according to a purported image of an internal tool used by employees to moderate users, released via the blockbuster hack of prominent individuals yesterday.
Donald Trump Jr. and his spokesman, Andrew Surabian, are still locked out of their Twitter accounts following the platform's shutdown of access to all verified accounts after a massivehack of prominent individuals yesterday.
The Twitter accounts of some of the world's most powerful people, including Joe Biden, Barack Obama, and Michael Bloomberg were compromised earlier today, with hackers using their access to tweet out a Bitcoin scam.
Lawyers representing GOP congressional candidate Laura Loomer and the conservative nonprofit Freedom Watch have asked theDistrict of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals to take up a case that alleges big tech companies like Facebook and Google discriminate against conservative content.
A purported news outlet funded by a Democrat-aligned nonprofit is flooding Facebook with millions of dollars in ad spending ahead of the 2020 election, without disclosing any of its political donors, according to a report inPolitico.
Jessica Whitaker, mother to a 3-year old boy, was shot by Black Lives Matter supporters in Indianapolis. Her murderers are still at large.
The co-founder of the far-left organization Sleeping Giants, Matt Rivitz, is being called out, cancelled, and accused of racism and sexism — by the other co-founder of Sleeping Giants.
There is dissension in the ranks at Vox, the far-left opinion website, with co-founders Matthew Yglesias and Ezra Klein seemingly clashing over the former's decision to sign theHarpers openletter against cancel culture.
Ellen Pao, who gained infamy overseeing Reddit's lurch towards censorship during her brief tenure as CEO of the site in 2015, claims she knew Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein supplied underage girls as sex toys for the rich & powerful — and said nothing.
Facebook has reportedly banned all ads on behalf of Laura Loomer, the frontrunner in the GOP primary race for House candidate in Florida's 21st district.
Taylor Lorenz, the former Daily Beast reporter who doxed Pamela Geller's children, causing them to lose their jobs, is now complaining that venture capitalists want to "destroy her career" — because they criticized Lorenz on social media.
Even as it faces a boycott from major brands spurred on by far-left activists who allege that the platform isn't censoring enough content, Facebook has rolled out another change to its News Feed algorithm that seems to benefit corporate publishers at the expense of conservatives.
Twitter censored President Donald Trump's account yet again yesterday, taking down a meme posted by the president that featured a rallying cry to his supporters, after theNew York Times,which reportedly owns the rights to the original image, filed a copyright complaint.
CNN is naming and shaming corporate brands that have yet to join the ad boycott against Facebook, spurred by an agitated political left that wants the platform to do more to crack down on constitutionally protected speech — especially that of President Donald Trump.
A little-noticed detail in Reddit's official "hate speech" policy specifically exempts "people who are in the majority" — which, in the United States would include white people and women — from its protections.
Corporate elites, spurred on by far-left activists, are punishing Facebook for not doing enough to censor its platform, and have deployed a massive advertising boycott against the platform to force its cooperation.
Amazon-owned streaming service Twitch has temporarily banned the official account of President Donald Trump over "hateful conduct," cutting the campaign off from a major platform that it uses to stream rallies and other events.
State attorneys general met with the Justice Department on Friday to make preparations for an anticipated antitrust case against Google.However, sources say that search bias — which is crucial to Google's ability to sway elections and control the flow of political information — is not yet a major part of the DoJ's case.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has responded to a boycott from major advertisers including consumer giant Unilever, which have pulled ads from the social network in an attempt to force the platform to censor more constitutionally protected speech.
Facebook whistleblower Ryan Hartwig, who lifted the lid on Facebook's pattern of bias and censorship against conservatives in a series of videos for Project Veritas, joined Rebecca Mansour and John Hayward onSirius XM'sBreitbart News Tonighton Thursday.
Twitter has censored President Donald Trump for the second time in the space of a month, hiding a tweet warning that lawless protesters will be "met with serious force.
An internal poll from the campaign of Republican congressional candidate Laura Loomer, who is seeking the GOP nomination in Florida's 21st congressional district, gives her a 9 point lead over incumbent Democrat Rep.
Amazon has removed the first part of Killing Free Speech, a documentary about the threats to freedom of expression posed by Antifa and its allies in the media and Democrat parties.
Twitter and Facebook have now taken down a meme video posted to each platform by President Donald Trump, following copyright complaints.
Twitter tagged another video meme posted by Trump with the "manipulated media" tag, even though the fact that the video is a parody is obvious. The meme video has been in circulation since September 2019, but was only tagged as "manipulated" when President Trump posted it.
Facebook's decision to censor one of the Trump campaign's ads, which calls on Americans to join the President in opposition to the far-left domestic terrorist Antifa movement, rests on the flimsy argument that an Antifa symbol used by the campaign in its Facebook post is actually a Nazi symbol.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) says a "low-level" Twitter employee called his office and threatened to permanently lock his account over his tweets related to the George Floyd riots.
The Department of Justice is preparing proposals to roll back the legal immunities enjoyed by Big Tech companies under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA), in measures that will be announced as early as Wednesday, sources told theWall Street Journal.
Earlier today, NBC reported that Google confirmed it financially blacklisted two sites known for criticism of the left: conservative commentary site the Federalist and alternative news site ZeroHedge.
The notoriously left-wing CEO of Salesforce, Marc Benioff, stood in stunned silence when confronted with a question about the company's lack of policy on political tolerance and viewpoint discrimination at the company's annual investor meeting.
"#IStandWithTuckerCarlson" trended on Twitter today as conservatives rallied to Carlson's defense after a coordinated attack on the Fox Host's advertisers by the woke leftist mob.
Already under siege by its own far-left employees, Facebook is now facing pressure from another quarter: woke corporations, who are withdrawing ad dollars in the hopes that it will force Mark Zuckerberg to censor President Trump.
Kailee Scales, managing director forBlack Lives Matter Network Action Fund and Black Lives Matter Global Network, Inc., has been universally panned for her performance in anonline Q&Awhere she dodged simple questions about where donations to the movement actually go.
Medium, a platform that allows independent writers to publish articles and start blogs, banned conservative writer Ashley Goldenberg for publishing a list of businesses that have gone woke, supporting Black Lives Matter and the violent riots that have laid waste to multiple American cities over the past two weeks.
LinkedIn employees have shown that when Silicon Valley employees are given the protection of anonymity, Black Lives Matter suddenly isn't as popular as you might think.
Far-left employees at Facebook continue to pressure founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg to increase the platform's censorship against President Donald Trump.
‘Fact Check’ Hoax: Facebook Relies on USA Today Intern to Falsely Fact Check And Restrict Access to Breitbart Story
As Twitter uses the anti-Trump establishment media in their "fact check" of perfectly valid tweets from President Donald Trump, Facebook is allowing the establishment media competitors of Breitbart News, includingUSA Today,to apply "fact check" labels to Breitbart articles based on absurd language policing of the term "amnesty.
Amazon has reversed its refusal to publish an e-book from author and former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson, a prominent critic of the ongoing Chinese virus lockdowns.
Twitter continues its campaign of censorship against President Donald Trump, this time banning a tribute video to George Floyd posted by the official Team Trump campaign account.
Amazon, the world's dominant online distributor of books and e-books and the world's leading online retailer, is censoring a book about the Chinese virus from lockdown critic and formerNew York Timesreporter Alex Berenson.
Far-left Twitter, which has refused to take down posts on its platform coordinating looting in American cities, as well as posts encouraging riots and violence, has now censored conservative author and commentator Michelle Malkin for supporting the use of force against violent criminals.
Snapchat, a social media platform particularly popular with young people, says it will stop promoting President Donald Trump's account on its Discover feature, saying the president incites "racial violence and injustice" in a statement on Wednesday morning.
A new poll by Morning Consult found that large majorities of American voters, including a majority of Democrat supporters, back use of the National Guard to address the riots and protests tearing apart cities around the nation.
Twitter censored a post from Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) after he suggested that Antifa terrorists should be treated in the same ways as Middle Eastern terrorists. Gaetz responded sharply, tweeting "Feels good to virtue signal now twitter.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) falsely claimed on Monday that President Trump "tear-gassed peaceful protesters for a photo op."
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg called President Donald Trump the day after the Minneapolis riots began, warning him that an escalation of rhetoric would put Facebook in a "difficult position," according to a report in Axios.
Twitter is allowing its users to coordinate criminal behavior on the platform, with dozens of tweets identifying looting targets still on the platform despite the fact that the site was notified by concerned citizens.
A black federal officer, Patrick Underwood, was shot and killed in Oakland, California, Friday night as he attempted to keep the peace amid the violent riots sweeping California and the rest of the U.S.
Rioters lit fires at various locations in Washington, D.C., today, including near the White House, as violent unrest continued for the second day in the nation's capital in protests over the death of George Floyd by a Minneapolis, MN, police officer.
American troops were spotted heading into Washington DC in military trucks around sunset earlier today. In a Facebook post, the National Guard confirmed it has been activated in the D.C.
Twitter has yet to "fact check" a tweet from former CNN contributor and progressive author Reza Aslan that accuses Trump supporters of being responsible the violence and looting that has broken out around the country.
Clashes with the police continued for a second day outside the White House, amid nationwide outbreaks of violence and looting, with one protester seen holding a sign bearing the slogan "The People Want Blood.
Violent protesters outside the White House Saturday morning forced at least two journalists, including a reporter for Breitbart News, to flee their coverage assignments, in one of the many incidents of violent unrest sweeping across the nation.
Twitter censored tweets from President Donald Trump and the White House, falsely alleging that they "glorified violence." But it has also allowed a tweet from a user claiming "violence IS the answer" to go viral, accumulating over 60,000 retweets over the course of nearly three days.
Twitter appeared to inadvertently admit that one of President Donald Trump's tweets, now censored by the platform, did not in fact violate the site's rules.
An official Twitter "moment" described the violent riots and looting that broke out in Minneapolis and other areas of the country with the muted term "heated protests," in an entry created by Twitter employees that appeared at the top of users' feeds.
After censoring President Donald Trump's personal account, Twitter has now censored the official account of the White House as well.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order today aimed at addressing social media censorship. Breitbart News has broken down the order into its key components, which include defining social media as the "modern public square," and potentially changing Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, the crucial legal protection enjoyed exclusively by the Big Tech Masters of the Universe.
Yesterday, Twitter took twelve hours to add a "manipulated media" label to viral tweets from verified celebrities that included a photo of a man who appeared to be the Minneapolis cop who killed George Floyd, wearing a hat saying "Make Whites Great Again.
President Donald Trump will sign an executive order on social media censorship amid rapidly intensifying political bias from the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe.
Whistleblowers at Facebook have filed a complaint with the SEC alleging that the company was aware of illegal activity on its platform, yet failed to notify the proper authorities, according to a report in theWashington Post.
Twitter added a "fact check" label to President Donald Trump's tweets raising widely-held concerns with mail-in voting fraud earlier today, but it has failed to apply a similar standard to repeated falsehoods by elected Democrats, the mainstream media, and Joe Biden.
Twitter added a link to "get the facts" about mail-in ballots after President Trump tweeted out widely-held concerns about the potential for voter fraud. The Twitter-curated "moment" isfilled with mainstream media articles from CNN,Washington Post,and other outletscalling Trump a liar.
YouTube has said it is "looking into" an alleged "error" in its system after it censored the term "Wumao," a common description for online propagandists for the Chinese Communist Party.
Twitter issued a statement apologizing for tweets from President Donald Trump linking MSNBC host Joe Scarborough to the death of Lori Klausutis, a staffer who worked for Scarborough while he was a Republican congressman.
Twitter appears to have removed its blue "verified" checkmark from a number of users on the platform over the past few days, a purge that included Rudy Takala, a journalist for Mediaite who reported on former President Obama's abuse of government surveillance powers.
The Trump administration is considering setting up a panel to review cases of anti-conservative bias from major tech companies, according to a report in theWall Street Journal.
Facebook's Oversight Board, which will hear appeals on content removal and is packed with left-wing members, will herald a further shift away from a "a U.S. constitutional-law paradigm towards an international human rights approach" towards censorship and free speech.
#YouAintBlack and #JoeBidenIsARacist both became national trending hashtags on Twitter in the wake of the presumptive Democrat nominee's disastrous interview onThe Breakfast Club,in which he said blacks who consider supporting Donald Trump "ain't black.
Video game studio Naughty Dog, together with its parent company, Sony, has been flooding social media platforms with questionable copyright complaints aimed at censoring critics of their upcoming title, the widely mockedThe Last of Us 2.
Twitter has rolled out a new feature allowing users to disable replies to their tweets, enabling those who make unpopular remarks to minimize criticism.
Axios reports that Google, the tech giant known for the sharp anti-Trump bias of its executives and founders and its self-admitted "shift toward censorship" in the wake of Trump's election, has landed a massive contract to build cloud technology for the Department of Defense.
Mika Brzezinski, co-host ofMSNBC'sMorning Joewent off on a rant about President Trump today, calling him "sick" and "disgusting," and calling on Twitter's Jack Dorsey to censor the President's tweets.
Progressive activists are using cellphone location data to track the movements of anti-lockdown protesters, and are passing on that data to left-wing journalists.
Google has deleted "tens of thousands" of links to news stories about topics including child rape, political corruption, and fraud since 2011, often due to bogus copyright complaints filed by people using fake identities, according to a report by theWall Street Journal.
Snapchat, the messaging and photo-sharing social network popular with young people, is preparing a voter registration drive ahead of the 2020 U.S. presidential election, reports Axios.
Facebook has published an article boasting of its advancement in the field of AI, specifically training its advanced systems to detect and remove "hate speech" and "harmful memes.
Fear of lawsuits from aggrieved employees and exposure by Breitbart News led Google to scale back its internal commitment to radical intersectional leftism, according to a report by NBC News.
Bradley Smith, a law professor and former Republican Federal Election Commissioner, is set to serve on the board of a new advocacy group aimed at defending Big Tech companies from regulation.
Facebook is facing another censorship showdown in court, based on a suit brought by the owner of a censored viral news page set to appear before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals this June.
Joe Saladino, better known by his stage name Joey Salads, a YouTube comedian who recently ran in the Republican Congressional primary to represent Staten Island (NY-11), has been banned by Twitter.
Facebook has blacklisted the page "Michiganders Against Excessive Quarantine," a group with over 380,000 members that served as a central organizing hub for protests against Michigan's Chinese virus lockdown.
Facebook is helping set up a new political advocacy group in D.C., called "American Edge," hoping to dissuade lawmakers against regulating big tech companies, according to a report in theWashington Post.
A Democrat campaign consultant has proposed a radical idea to breathe new life into the Biden campaign — turn the gaffe-prone candidate into a gigantic hologram, projected against the Grand Canyon.
Conservative activist and author Pamela Geller has filed a lawsuit against New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D), alleging that the city's continued suspension of the right to assemble is a violation of the Constitution.
California Governor Gavin Newsom's hopes for a hassle-free lockdown have been dashed by a new conservative nonprofit, founded by First Amendment lawyer Harmeet Dhillon, which has filed a flurry of lawsuits on behalf of California residents and organizations who allege the state's stay-at-home orders infringe on their constitutional rights.