European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen urged President Joe Biden to join Europe in their clampdown on big tech, telling the Davos World Economic Forum Tuesday that the world must "address the darker sides of the digital world," which she partly blamed for the U.S. Capitol riot Jan. 6.
Facebook has removed more than 78,000 profiles on both Facebook and Instagram since August 2020
Facebook's oversight board, which reviews account removals, plans to review the company's decision to indefinitely suspend former President Donald Trump's account and determine whether or not to uphold the ban.
The search giant had warned that its 19 million Australian users would face degraded search and YouTube experiences if the new code were enforced
MeWe, a social media app centered around data privacy, has seen a surge in downloads in recent weeks as Big Tech companies crack down on user content.
"The President’s statements continue to be interpreted as calls to action, and we are taking this action to remove the potential for harm to our community and the general public," a Twitch spokesperson told FOX Business in a statement Wednesday.
A group of conservatives and Trump administration officials quietly met in Las Vegas over the weekend to discuss issues including 'woke tech', 'restoring law', and the 'new slave power,' according to a report by Protocol.
Facebook said that it will ban ads for weapons accessories, including gun safes and holsters in the U.S.
After a year of startling growth, the tech industry faces a more vexing 2021.
FOX Business’ Stuart Varney argues during his latest "My Take" that Twitter’s ban of President Trump is a “danger to an open democracy.”
Facebook, Lyft and DoorDash announced Wednesday that they will no longer be donating to the Republican Attorneys General Association after reports that the group helped organize robocalls urging protesters to descend on the Capitol on Jan. 6, when a violent mob attacked the building.
The Federalist co-founder and publisher Ben Domenech says Big Tech is now more worried about being ‘woke’ than making a profit.
Facebook is urging employees to avoid wearing or carrying company-branded clothing and other items in public after the social media platform suspended President Trump's account, according to an internal memo.
Allen West, former Florida congressman and current Texas GOP chair, argues Big Tech is unfairly censoring conservative viewpoints on social media.
Former DOJ Public Affairs deputy director Ian Prior on social media companies censoring President Trump.
Former Twitter Vice President Bruce Daisley told "Varney & Co." companies would "love to” avoid political drama.
"Unreported Truths" author Alex Berenson argues if Big Tech censorship continues, the world could end up with ‘two internets’ – one for conservatives and one for liberals.
Former Twitter Vice President Bruce Daisley provides insight into social media regulations and Twitter’s approach to political leaders’ posts.
Big tech, which is run by the left, is robbing Americans of their access to a free marketplace of ideas.
Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton joins 'Lou Dobbs Tonight' with his reaction and commentary