Forbes Deletes Twitter Article: 'Worst Company on Planet Earth'
Forbes magazine on Monday deleted a published article by one of its contributors that dared to criticize Twitter and Jack Dorse.
Twitter, Facebook Lose $51.2B Combined in Market Value after Trump Ban
There’s a high price to pay for banning President Donald Trump from social media platforms, and both Twitter and Facebook are feeling the massive bite out of their wallets for doing just that.
Twitter Censorship Plans Exposed: ‘Much Bigger Than Just One Account’
On Thursday night, Project Veritas released a secretly recorded video of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey talking about his company’s censorship plans beyond President Donald Trump and his exit from office.
Twitter CEO Rationalizes ‘Dangerous’ Ban of President Trump
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey defended the platform’s decision to ban President Donald Trump in — what else? — a Twitter thread. Dorsey’s defense of Twitter’s decision to ban Trump called the banning of Trump’s account “dangerous.” “I do not celebrate or feel pride in our having to ban @realDonaldTrump from Twitter, or how we got here. After a clear warning we’d take this action, we made a…
Twitter Mocked for Condemnation of Internet Censorship... In Uganda
Not the Babylon Bee. Twitter is condemning internet censorship. No, not in the United States or Europe. Twitter is condemning internet service providers blocking social media apps in Uganda in the runup to their election.
Twitter Shares Bleed $5,000,000,000 in Market Value After Trump Ban
Go woke, or go broke? Orwellian platform Twitter has now experienced the effects of that principle for the draconian anti-free speech measures it has wielded lately. Yahoo! News reported that Twitter shares dive-bombed more “than 10% on Monday” following its decision to ban President Donald Trump from its site after the Capitol Hill riot Jan. 6.
Twitter's Jack Dorsey Mocks Parler Purge
Twitter's Jack Dorsey gloats over the Parler purge with a mocking tweet. He's in full gloat mode over the removal of Parler from Amazon, Google and other outlets.
25 Times Big Tech Claimed They Censored Conservatives by Mistake
Big Tech has eviscerated free speech on social media. There have been at least 25 famous, well-documented examples of when Big Tech companies censored conservatives, allegedly by mistake since August 7. 2018.
Sens. Lee, Cruz, Hawley, Blackburn BASH Big Tech Censorship at Hearing
Senate Republicans were not taking any excuses about censorship of conservatives from two Big Tech CEOs who appeared before the Senate once again. The Nov. 17 hearing, entitled “Breaking the News: Censorship, Suppression, and the 2020 Election,” featured testimony from Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Sen. Hirono Pressures Social Media CEO's to Ban Trump
During Tuesday's Senate Judiciary hearing, Senator Mazie Hirono (D-HI) asked the CEO’s of Facebook and Twitter if President Donald Trump would still be allowed on their platforms “after he stops being president.” Hirono asked the CEOs: “I wonder, what are both of you prepared to do regarding Donald Trump’s use of your platforms after he stops being president? Will he still be deemed…
Sen. Josh Hawley Skewers Social Media Firms as ‘Robber Barons’
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) raked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over the coals in a Nov. 17 Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. “You’re the robber barons,” said Hawley to both Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. “Your companies are the most powerful companies in the world and I’m going to talk about how you’re coordinating together to control information.”
Senator Mike Lee Torches Big Tech for History of One-Sided ‘Mistakes’
On Tuesday, Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) raked Facebook and Twitter over the coals at a hearing for having a history of “mistakes” that overwhelmingly appear to target conservatives.
Cruz: Dems’ Censorship Demands of Big Tech Are ‘Totalitarian Instinct’
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) slammed Democrats during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing over their calls for social media platforms to increase censorship. “There is an absolute silence for Democrats speaking out for the citizens silenced by Big Tech.” Cruz said. “Instead, there is a demand: use even more power to silence dissent, and that’s a totalitarian instinct that I think is very…
Cornyn: ‘Glad to Hear’ Zuckerberg, Dorsey Open to Section 230 Reform
During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, the CEO’s from both Facebook and Twitter agreed that reforms to Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act is a necessary step forward for social media platforms.