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WIRED Smears Concerns of CCP-Tied TikTok Security Risks as Racist
Despite evidence of Chinese government-tied TikTok’s national security risks, WIRED just published a piece falsely framing Americans’ concerns as racist.
Cracking Down! McMorris Rodgers, McCarthy Pushing Action on TikTok
Multiple congressmen from both parties are calling to target or ban TikTok after the popular app’s CEO Shou Zi Chew testified to Congress.
Republicans Pass Bill to Prohibit Feds from Censorship Pressure
House Republicans have passed a bill that would prevent federal government officials from putting pressure on tech platforms to censor.
FREE THE DOCS: House GOP Lawmakers Demand WH Release Censorship Docs
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) and two other Republican House lawmakers on Tuesday demanded the Biden White House hand over its correspondence allegedly pressuring Big Tech to increase online censorship.
FINALLY: A Bill to Make Federal Gov’t Censorship ILLEGAL
Uphold the First Amendment! Several House lawmakers apparently seek to do just that by introducing a bill to make government-sponsored censorship illegal.
MUST READ: Dillon, McMorris Rodgers Offer Three Ways to Fight Big Tech
The Babylon Bee CEO and the leader of the House Republican Big Tech Task Force are taking the sting out of Big Tech censorship by detailing three ways to hold Big Tech companies to account.
House GOP Joins Senate Fight to STOP Gmail’s Leftist SPAM Bias
Eight House Republicans on Tuesday joined their Senate counterparts in proposing legislation aimed at curbing left-wing political bias in email services’ spam filters.
Republicans Demand Biden Protect Kids Online
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) both called on President Joe Biden to take stronger action to protect children online as Biden delivered his State of the Union address on Tuesday.
Lawmakers Urge New Twitter CEO to Uphold First Amendment Rights
A group of congressmen have sent a letter to new pro-censorship Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal, urging the new CEO to address Twitter’s history of biased censorship and make the platform more pro-free speech.
Congresswoman WRECKS Dem Calls for ‘Emotional Injury’ Law in Big Tech
House Democrats are pushing legislation that would allow platform users to sue Big Tech companies for “emotional injury.” House Energy and Commerce Committee ranking member Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) skewered the legislation and those pushing it.
GOP Reps. SLAM Facebook’s Reported Censorship of Conservatives
Facebook’s algorithms and tools reportedly unfairly limited conservative news sites and personalities. Facebook employees also reportedly exerted continual pressure on their company to censor more. But Congressmen have had enough and spoke out against Facebook’s unfair bias.
House Republicans Launch Assault Against Big Tech, Unveil 32 Bills
House Republicans launched an effort to rein in Big Tech’s growing tyranny with an onslaught of new bills in a massive push to fight back against online censorship. Republicans in the House Energy and Commerce Committee unveiled a package of 32 bills to hold Big Tech accountable by reforming Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, protecting children and improving transparency, among…
House Republicans SLAM Left’s Attack on Free Speech During Hearing
The war against free speech has spilled over from Big Tech and has now begun to rage in traditional media forums. The left has now sought to target conservative media in a congressional hearing today, but House Republicans were not having it. The House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology held a hearing on Feb. 24 entitled “Fanning the Flames: Disinformation and Extremism in the…
House Subcommittee Hearing Explores How Big Tech Radicalizes America
Amidst calls for Section 230 reform and antitrust lawsuits against Google and Facebook, a House subcommittee hearing today explored the relationship between Big Tech’s lack of accountability and the radicalization of their respective platforms’ users.
The House Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Commerce held a hearing entitled “…