2,350,000 Reasons George Soros Funded Group Wants to Ban Trump — Again
A group funded with over $2 million from liberal billionaire George Soros is demanding that Apple ban another free speech platform and throttle its reach — just like it did to Parler. Citizens for Responsibility & Ethics in Washington (CREW) urged Apple CEO Tim Cook to ban former President Donald Trump’s social media platform from the Apple App Store in an April 21 letter.
WHOA! Report Says Govt Spied on Accounts of Project Veritas Employees
The U.S. government targeted undercover journalism outfit Project Veritas, including through secret orders to Apple, Google and Microsoft, Reclaim The Net reported.
DOJ Endorses Antitrust Legislation That Targets Big Tech
Big Tech faced yet another blow from the Department of Justice. Originally reported by The Wall Street Journal, the DOJ sent letters to members of the congressional judiciary committees and asked them to support an antitrust bill that prevented Big Tech companies from showing favoritism to their own products.
EU Law Would Force Apple To Allow Third-Party App Stores
A new law in the European Union would force Apple to allow sideloading and third-party app stores. According to The Verge, Apple would be prevented from requiring users to download apps in its own app store under the Digital Markets Act (DMA). Critics have alleged that this requirement categorized Apple as a monopoly.
Apple’s Siri Gets Gender-Neutral Voice: Report
Siri is reportedly getting a new voice.
WISING UP! Most Americans Don’t Trust Big Tech With Their Data
The majority of Americans don’t trust many Big Tech companies with their data, especially on social media, according to a new survey.
Apple CEO Signed ‘Secret’ $275B Deal with China in 2016
Apple’s recent pro-China behavior now makes sense. The tech giant’s CEO reportedly signed a secret deal with the country worth hundreds of billions of dollars five years ago, according to a new report.
What Could Go Wrong? Apple to Bring State-Issued IDs to Phones
Apple is driving full speed into a new arena that could create new controversy. The anti-free speech Big Tech company has reportedly teamed up with state governments to turn iPhones into digital identification cards. What could go wrong?
Going to Pot: Amazon, Apple Increasingly Accepting of Marijuana
Whether looking at hiring policies or the App Store, Amazon and Apple appear to be going to pot. Amazon and Apple are increasingly more accepting of marijuana (cannabis) use, a drug considered a Schedule I drug under The Controlled Substances Act.
INVASIVE! Apple Creating Tech to Detect Mental Health Concerns: Report
If Apple succeeds with its latest project, an Apple a day may not keep the doctor away. The tech giant is reportedly developing iPhone technology to help diagnose depression, autism and cognitive decline through the collection of detailed personal data. What could go wrong?
MRC Debuts Weekly Video Series Fighting Back Against Big Tech
Welcome to CensorTrack with TR, a weekly video series about Big Tech censorship. The Media Research Center’s CensorTrack.org will publish the most prominent and worst cases of conservative censorship as well as document cases involving everyday Americans who were punished for challenging the Big Tech worldview.
Big Brother Alert! Apple, Google to Launch Digital COVID Vax Passports
Though the Biden administration suggested it would not implement a federal COVID-19 verification system, Big Tech has taken the reins and plans to step in as Big Brother. Google and Apple have announced updates that will allow users to display their coronavirus vaccination status.
'Schmiga... Doom?' Apple TV+ Musical Ends With Liberal Utopian Dream
What could possibly go wrong with a cute, lighthearted musical comedy that on the surface looks to be a fun show? When I saw the first trailers for Apple TV+’s Schmigadoon, I was really excited to check it out. But, knowing how Hollywood is, I tweeted that I’d hoped it wouldn’t be spoiled with liberal politics.
Privacy Is Dead! Apple to Begin Scanning Private Photos for Abuse
The resulting violation of privacy is so far-reaching that there’s now a debate over the ethics of Apple’s plans. The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), which describes itself as “the leading nonprofit organization defending civil liberties in the digital world,” said it was an “understatement” to say the organization was “disappointed by…