Raising White Flag? Rep. Buck Breaks Silence on Big Tech Censorship
Are members of Congress raising the white flags in the fight against the unprecedented assault on the First Amendment? This lawmaker might have the answers.
Buck on Why Left Is CENSORING: This Candidate Poses ‘Threat’ to Biden
Democrats are already scavenging for ways to use Big Tech to interfere with the 2024 presidential election, one lawmaker warned.
UK Slaps CCP-Tied TikTok with $15.9M Fine Over Child Data Violations
A British data protection agency ordered TikTok to pay £12.7 million — or $15.9 million — after the app failed to bar children under the age of 13 from using the app.
EXCLUSIVE: Rep. Ken Buck Blasts ‘Dangerous’ Big Tech Censorship
Elon Musk’s release of the Twitter Files exposed Twitter’s bloated censorship apparatus and pervasive collusion with federal government agencies. But those documents are just the tip of the censorship iceberg.
Google BURIES Big Tech Critics’ Campaign Websites Ahead of Midterms
Google is burying the campaign websites of its fiercest critics on Capitol Hill.
A Shot Across the Bow: Venue Bill Could Make It Easier to Sue Big Tech
Thirty-nine House Republicans joined over 200 of their Democrat peers to vote in support of legislation to strengthen enforcement against Big Tech, indicating that Americans are hungry for action to hold Big Tech accountable.
Social Media Without Algorithms? Bipartisan Bill Proposes Just That
Congress and Big Tech are still battling it out over which will have more control over the online speech of Americans. A new bipartisan congressional bill would allow users to experience social media without the algorithms.
GOP Fight for Speech: Buck, Gooden Launch Freedom from Big Tech Caucus
Several prominent House Republicans have created a new caucus in their battle to rein in Big Tech’s growing power. Reps. Ken Buck (R-CO) and Lance Gooden (R-TX) launched the Freedom from Big Tech Caucus to fight back against Big Tech. “Big Tech companies operate under an ‘America last’ mindset that has negatively affected consumers and small businesses across the country while benefiting China…
Hawley, Buck BASH Big Tech Censorship, Offer Solutions
Conservative lawmakers appeared ready and willing for a fight to protect free speech from Big Tech’s tyrannical grip at an event hosted to feature solutions. The Ethics & Public Policy Center held a Big Tech Symposium that allowed politicians, experts and attorneys to discuss issues like Section 230 and antitrust, along with possible solutions. Several lawmakers, including Senators Josh…
FINALLY: Congress Takes Steps to Rein in Big Tech’s Power
Republicans and Democrats have largely agreed that Big Tech has too much power. Yet, despite some agreement, the debate has raged on as Congress tries to determine how to hold companies like Facebook, Amazon and Google accountable.
The House Judiciary Committee held a June 23 markup of six antitrust bills aimed at taking down Big Tech. Five of the six bills had some bipartisan support…
Cruz, Buck CONDEMN Facebook for Censorship, Allowing CCP Propaganda
Conservative lawmakers condemned Facebook for censoring former President Donald Trump while simultaneously allowing the Chinese Communist Party to post propaganda freely on its platform.
House GOP SLAM Big Tech, Recap Some of Worst Moments in Censorship
Big Tech’s greatest hits have been some of their worst moments in censorship. House Republicans appeared eager to make sure Americans never forget.
In a hearing titled “Reviving Competition, Part 2: Saving the Free and Diverse Press,” House Republicans took a walk down memory lane. They discussed Big Tech’s censorship of the Hunter Biden scandal, the ban of former President Donald…
Rep. Ken Buck: Do Chinese Concentration Camps Match Google’s Values?
Congressman Ken Buck (R-CO) pulled no punches when he demolished Google for enabling Chinese tyranny. During a Congressional Antitrust Hearing hearing, Buck brought the hammer down on Google CEO Sundar Pichai for his company’s ties to China. Buck commented on how Google removed itself from the bidding process to work with the American military, but continued to work with China. He remarked…