Social media companies are starting to crack down on any mentions of the “whistleblower” whose complaint about President Trump’s phone conversation with Ukrainian leadership is responsible...
Ain't she a peach!?
If you're conservative, this one is CAN'T MISS!
The White House is fighting for the First Amendment in a big way this week.
The fight for free speech is on, and the President knows it.
The First Amendment must always win.
This is the same sort of sentiment shared by the censorship-happy liberals in America, and that should concern EVERYONE.
This is bad news for anyone who believes in Free Speech.
At what point does the First Amendment yield to the whims of a private company operating in the United States?
As if we needed any more evidence of a left-leaning bias in the media, a former Apple higher up has confirmed our worst fears.
's latest foray into fascism comes after a hacking collective has threatened to upset the world order with 9/11 related leaks.
In Saudi Arabia, there is no such thing as "free speech". Netflix just endorsed that outlook with this cowardly move.
This is just asinine.
Well this is embarrassing.
Google's unkempt and unrepentant oppression of diverse thinking should be criminal.
This is authoritarian fascism at its most frightening.
Zuckerberg's refusal to appear before a congressional committee looks even more suspicious now.
Benioff isn't the only tech-savvy Paul Revere figure sounding the alarm on , either.
Not to sound like a certain, conspiracy-riddled persona non-grata in the news industry, but there is a disturbing trend emerging in the gatekeeping of internet information.
It seems as though, in the case of Google's mass censorship, it was less of theory and more of a conspiracy.
's move comes at a time when more and more Americans are growing concerned over the censorship of Free Speech.
If this doesn't sound like something out of the tyrants' playbook, I don't know what does.
You would certainly expect that this sort of hate speech would quickly have you banned from platforms such as , right? Wrong.