EXCLUSIVE: When TRUTH Social launches later this quarter, the Trump Media & Technology Group social media platform will already have stringent content moderation practices in place to ensure it is a “family-friendly” online community, company CEO Devin Nunes told Fox Business.
Rand Paul takes on Big Tech censorship, calling YouTube the 'worst' in Big Tech.
Republicans and Democrats clashed over Section 230 again on Wednesday, with Democrats arguing that Big Tech platforms should be held liable for causing "severe emotional injury" and Republicans arguing they should be held liable for censoring certain speech.
Rumble, the alternative to the social media video platform YouTube, is going public in a mission to take on "Big Tech."
GoFundMe issued a statement following the verdict acquitting Kyle Rittenhouse, saying that since he was found not guilty fundraising pages for him are now allowed on the site, more than a year after they pulled all Rittenhouse fundraisers from their platform
Republicans and Democrats have spoken out on the recent Facebook revelations, with lawmakers in both the House and Senate blasting the social media giant over the leaked internal documents.
Sens. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., and Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa., on Thursday unveiled a bill blocking Big Tech companies from promoting their own products over others.
George Farmer says he's questioning Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen's motives due to her Democratic Party donation records.
Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., compared Big Tech to Big Tobacco following a report showing Facebook is aware of Instagram’s negative impact on teenagers’ mental health.
Twitter has permanently suspended former New York Times journalist and author Alex Berenson, a critic of coronavirus lockdowns and mandates, from its platform.
Tech companies like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn were working this week to secure the accounts of Afghans at risk of being targeted by the Taliban, which has taken over the country, according to reports.
Reps. Cathy McMorris Rodgers and Jim Jordan have drafted legislation that would remove Section 230 protections from Big Tech companies and require them to report any content moderation decisions.
GOP senators are demanding answers from President Joe Biden regarding his administration's coordination with social media companies to "flag" Americans' social media comments for "misinformation."
EXCLUSIVE: House Oversight Committee Republicans issued a strong rebuke Friday against President Biden's surgeon general for working with social media companies to pull coronavirus disinformation off their platforms.
EXCLUSIVE: A group of House Republicans on Thursday called on President Biden to turn over the details of his campaign to clamp down on social media coronavirus misinformation while blasting the effort as government-sponsored censorship that rivals Communist Cuba.
The Freedom from Big Tech Caucus will be led by Reps. Ken Buck of Colorado and Lance Gooden of Texas. Other founding members include Reps. Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina, Burgess Owens of Utah and Paul Gosar of Arizona.
Blake Masters discusses his platform ahead of the U.S. Senate election in Arizona.
Louisiana Republican John Kennedy introduced a bill on Tuesday designed to prevent technology companies from collecting data on what issues agitate users and then using that information to get them to spend more time on their platform.
Former Donald Trump senior adviser Jason Miller’s new social media platform "GETTR" has attracted more than 1.4 million users in the week since its launch.
A federal judge has temporarily prevented Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis from implementing legislation allowing state residents to sue the country’s largest technology companies over their content moderation policies.