Big Tech Leaders, Corporations Slobber Over Biden’s Leftist Agenda
Not even a full day had gone by in President Joe Biden’s administration, and Big Tech had already taken to Twitter to do public relations for his leftist agenda.
Who, Me? Google Plays Innocent in Response to Texas Antitrust Lawsuit
Google is facing three separate antitrust lawsuits from the Department of Justice and two different state coalitions. One month after the Texas v. Google lawsuit was filed, Google finally decided to respond to the allegations. The state attorneys general who brought the lawsuit against Google claim that the company maintains dominance in the online ad market “through an array of…
Parler, Rumble File Suits Against Amazon, Google Respectively
The left is trying hard to shut down free speech-oriented social media platforms like Parler and Rumble. Now, these companies are fighting back. Parler and Rumble have filed suit against Amazon and Google respectively, in an apparent effort to fight Big Tech censorship.
Conservative Leaders: Tech Companies Pose Existential Threat
Media Research Center (MRC) President Brent Bozell and more than 30 conservative leaders issued a statement Monday calling for the breakup of Big Tech companies including Amazon, Google, Facebook and Apple after their sweeping acts of censorship against conservatives and President Donald Trump this past week.
TRUMPED! Google PURGES Parler App; Apple Threatens to Remove It
Big Tech’s crusade against conservatives continued furiously Friday night. Google removed the Parler app from its store and Apple threatened to do the same. Free market advocates repeatedly told conservatives the solution to Big Tech censorship was building their own platform. Now Google has removed a free speech platform from its store, blocking millions from accessing the app.
Google Clamps Down on Research into ‘Sensitive Topics’
Google has secured a tight grip around the research done by its staff, according to internal communications and other information obtained by Reuters. A new “sensitive topics” review procedure has, in at least three cases, “…
Trial Date Set for DOJ Antitrust Case Against Google: Sept. 2023
Good things come to those who wait, but it looks like Americans will be waiting a long time before the Department of Justice’s antitrust case against Google goes to court.
The judge in the Department of Justice’s case against Google has set a tentative trial date, but the trial may still be years away, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Google Now Facing Third Antitrust Lawsuit
The last few days have not exactly been full of joy and Christmas cheer for Google.
One coalition of 38 states and territories and a separate coalition of 10 states have piled on in filing antitrust lawsuits against Google. The Department of Justice brought a third in an…
Weinstein on Institutional Tyranny: Maybe We Deserve Chinese Communism
The man who coined the term “Intellectual Dark Web” suggested that if the United States is willing to put up with institutional tyranny, “[t]hen maybe we deserve Chinese Communism.” Eric Weinstein opined that the United States might just “deserve Chinese Communism” in a tweet thread response to Stripe CEO Patrick Collison. Collison stated in a tweet that someone he knew had “useful COVID-…
Alan Dershowitz: ‘I Challenge YouTube to Take This Show Off Your Site’
“This show will make news. I challenge YouTube to take this show off your site, off your platform,” iconic civil rights lawyer and Constitutional Scholar Alan Dershowitz said in the latest episode of The Dershow on his YouTube channel.
Google Lifts Ban on Political Ads Before GA Senate Runoff Elections
Google has finally decided to lift its ban on political ads, just in time for the Georgia runoff elections. The search engine paused new political ads since Election Day for fear of misinformation, but it has now apparently decided to reinstate these ads just under a month before Georgia voters will decide which party will control the United States Senate.
‘Smoking Gun’: Tucker Trashes Big Tech for Rigging U.S. Election
Fox News host Tucker Carlson asked a huge question: Did Big Tech fix the election? He turned to liberal Google critic Dr. Robert Epstein who claimed at one point Google only sent out election reminders to liberals.
Judge in Google Antitrust Case ‘Eager’ to Move Forward: WSJ
The Department of Justice just got an early Christmas present in its antitrust case against Google. The judge of the antitrust case is “eager” to move forward with the case, and has already set two preliminary hearings, according to The Wall Street Journal.
WashPost: FTC May File Antitrust Lawsuit Against Facebook By December
The Department of Justice filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google in October, and it appears as though Facebook may be the next Big Tech company to face judgement day. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and several state attorneys general are exploring a possible antitrust lawsuit against Facebook, and could file the suit within the next few months, according to The Washington Post…