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.
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.”
The Federalist co-founder and publisher Ben Domenech says Big Tech is now more worried about being ‘woke’ than making a profit.
Former Twitter Vice President Bruce Daisley told "Varney & Co." companies would "love to” avoid political drama.
Big tech, which is run by the left, is robbing Americans of their access to a free marketplace of ideas.
"A lot of people are going to be super unhappy with West Coast high tech as the de facto arbiter of free speech," Musk tweeted in response to a satirical article entitled "Evil Fascist Dictator Censored and Voted Out Of Office."
Alternative social media platform Parler filed a lawsuit against Amazon on Monday following Amazon Web Services' decision to suspend Parler from its cloud hosting service following last week's deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales told "Mornings with Maria" that he is worried about social media platforms becoming too powerful.
Twitter Inc. shares were under pressure Monday after the social-media platform deleted President Trump’s account in a move the company said was done to prevent further violence.
Parler will likely go offline for "a while" Sunday evening given Amazon Web Services' decision to suspend the upstart social media platform after Wednesday's U.S. Capitol riot, executives said Sunday.
Gab, a more conservative-friendly alternative to Twitter, announced Saturday the social media platform is gaining 10,000 users an hour in the wake of Twitter permanently suspending President Trump’s account.
Reddit has banned the Donald Trump-dedicated subreddit group "r/DonaldTrump."
Apple suspended Parler from its App Store Saturday after the "unbiased social media" app surged to the No. 1 spot in the free apps section earlier in the day.
Shares of Twitter were down nearly 4% in after-hours trading Friday night following the platform's permanent ban of President Trump's account "due to the risk of further incitement of violence."
After intensive review of recent posts from the president, Twitter said, it believes the potential risks of violence from keeping the @realdonaldtrump account open outweigh the benefits to the public.
Facebook reportedly tried to stop employees from discussing President Trump and the violence that took place inside the Capitol on Wednesday.
Harvard Law School Distinguished Fellow Vivek Wadhwa weighed in on Twitter and Facebook locking President Trump’s accounts, saying he anticipates "more clamping down" from the social media platforms.
Facebook and Twitter are under pressure from both sides after locking President Trump out of his social media accounts.
At the conclusion of a year that could be aptly described as crazy, it was only fitting that Google ring in 2021 with an animated cuckoo clock.