DOJ Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against Google

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The U.S. Justice Department filed an antitrust lawsuit this week against Google, claiming the tech giant engages in anticompetitive behavior in order to preserve monopolies in search and search advertising. Filed in a Washington, D.C. federal court, the long-awaited case is the first time the federal government has launched such an aggressive challenge against a tech company in decades and the ramifications for Silicon Valley could be far-reaching.

Report: DOJ Ready to Charge Google Over Monopolistic Practices

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Is the day of reckoning for Big Tech finally on the horizon? According to a report by Axios, insiders expect the U.S. State Department to charge Google with violating antitrust laws as soon as this week in what would be the biggest such action against a tech company in two decades.

The Social-media Dilemma: Manipulation and Alteration of Society by Big Tech

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Earlier this month, Netflix released a documentary titled The Social Dilemma. Featuring former insiders from Big Tech and social-media platforms, the documentary is an exposé of the ways a “handful of tech designers” exert “control over the way billions of us think, act, and live our lives,” according to the official website for the film.

Celebrities Push Zuckerberg to Censor More Speech on Facebook and Instagram

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Show-business luminaries led by reality television personality Kim Kardashian are “freezing” their Facebook and Instagram accounts for a day to let Mark Zuckerberg — the principal owner of those social media platforms — that he needs to step up his anti-free speech campaign and remove posts and accounts that spread so-called hate, propaganda, and election misinformation.

Protests Before Opening NFL Games Prompt Question: “Do Fans Matter?”

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Televised sports have long provided fans with an opportunity to escape the worries of everyday life by kicking back in front of the TV and enjoying the game. Watching sports is a welcome respite from more serious concerns — including the pandemic and politics. This is why the refusal of many NFL players to show respect for the national anthem prior to this year’s opening games were likely to have been viewed as unwelcome distractions and displays of disrespect for our nation.

Lin Wood, Kyle Rittenhouse Receiving Death Threats

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You knew it wouldn’t be long. Leftists are crawling out of their diseased woodwork to threaten the life of Kyle Rittenhouse and otherwise smear the young man who defended himself against three rioting thugs in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on August 25.

Democrat Candidate for Minn. House Apologizes for Racist Rant, Threat to Burn Down White Town

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The fanatic who unleashed a hurricane of foul-mouthed invective in Hugo, Minnesota, outside the home of the Minneapolis police union leader, apologized for his deranged rant on Facebook yesterday. John Thompson, Democratic candidate for the Minnesota House of Representatives from District 67A, wants his Facebook followers and constituents to know he wants to be a “positive” force for good, despite suggesting that the protesters who cheered on his rant should torch the almost all-white town.

Censoring Anti-Mask Billboards Backfires, Birch Society Freedom Message Sails On

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“Freedom Is The Cure.” That’s the simple statement on a set of billboards that have been deemed too “controversial” by “the community,” causing a national advertising agency to take down two of the billboards in Spokane, Washington. The graphic element accompanying the text features a young woman holding up a white surgical mask and displaying a facial expression of contempt toward the object, which “health authorities” in cities, states, and other jurisdictions have ordered inhabitants to wear.

Facebook and Twitter Censor President Trump for “False Claims” About Coronavirus

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The Thought Police at Facebook snagged a high-profile “perpetrator” on Wednesday as the social media giant censored President Donald Trump over a post that contained a video that the company said contained “false claims” about COVID-19. The president had shared a Fox News video in which he argued for the reopening of schools and said that children are “almost immune” to the virus.

Trump Administration Caves, Won’t Deport Foreigners Taking Online-only Classes

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Left-wing university administrations and the big business lobby scored a major win over the Trump administration this week when the White House agreed to cease its plan to deport foreign college students enrolled only in online classes, rather than in-person classes, in the fall. The administration announced last week that international students must transfer or leave the country if their school classes are to be held only online. This was to restore the regulation that already existed prior to being suspended by DHS in March as an accommodation for the COVID-19 outbreak.

DOJ and State AGs Preparing to Bring Antitrust Case Against Google

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A number of state attorneys general met with the Department of Justice late last week in preparation for an antitrust case against Google. Politico reports that the current focus of the case is on the tech giant’s dominance of digital advertising. The matter of search bias is not yet included.

Facebook Fact-checker Is Staffed by Democrat Donors, Ex-CNN Employees

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Who fact-checks the fact-checkers? After one its stories was dubiously slapped with a “partly false” rating from Facebook fact-checking partner Lead Stories, The National Pulse dug into the platform’s staff and found that many, including the top brass, are Democratic Party donors and former CNN employees. 

Hawley & DOJ Target Big Tech’s Legal Protections

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Are the days of Silicon Valley’s autocratic reign numbered? Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) on Wednesday introduced legislation that would give Americans the ability to sue major tech platforms such as Google and Facebook if they selectively censor political speech. On the same day, reports say the Justice Department is preparing to remove legal immunities currently enjoyed by those companies.

FBI, Austin Cops Nail Antifa Members. Facebook Used in Target Raid

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Authorities in Austin, Texas, have arrested three members of a Maoist Antifa subsidiary for looting, burglary, and destruction of property at a Target store. One of the suspects, KVUE-ABC reported, used a Facebook page to encourage support and recruit participants for the raid.

Hypocrisy in Protesters Riots -Video

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Dr. Duke explains how this anarchy approach that these protests are displaying isn’t working and also dives into the hypocrisy involved in these riots.

Facebook Staff at Odds With Zuckerberg Over Trump Posts; Stage Virtual Walkout

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Several members of Facebook’s senior staff took very public umbrage with company founder Mark Zuckerberg’s decision not to censor a remark made by President Trump about the riots in Minneapolis late on Thursday. The anger over Zuckerberg’s perceived inaction led many in the company to stage a virtual walkout on Monday.

As Trump Confronts Censorship, Big Tech Targets The New American

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As President Donald Trump cracks down on federal benefits to Big Tech giants over the silencing of conservatives and Christians, The New American magazine is one of many outlets that have come under relentless assault by Facebook, Google, YouTube, Twitter, and other government-aided companies. In recent weeks, the censorship has become drastically worse.

Facebook Censors PragerU for “Sharing of False News”

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Conservative non-profit PragerU is again under attack by big-tech censors. This time, Facebook has moved to bury content of PragerU due to “repeated sharing of false news.” The trigger for this newest incident of big tech censorship? Polar bears.

Colorado Restaurant Reopens Without Social Distancing, Defying Governor

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Only in spring 2020 would a restaurant opening in a small Colorado city become national news. That is exactly what happened when C & C Breakfast and Korean Kitchen in Castle Rock flung open its doors to willing customers on Mother’s Day in defiance of Governor Jared Polis’ (D) executive order.

Mom Pulls Children From School Over LGBT Adult “Hangout”

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An outraged California mother announced on Facebook that she would be pulling her children from public school after receiving an email advertising an online “LGBTQ+ Safe Space Web Hangout” for “LGBTQ+youth ages 13-25.”

Facebook to Ban Anti-lockdown Organizers; Calls Their Posts “Misinformation”

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The current Wuhan flu “lockdowns” were sold to Americans with the idea that if we didn’t “flatten the curve,” virus-related hospitalizations would overwhelm the healthcare system. Since then, even the “models” factoring in mitigation measures have been revealed as flawed, as having greatly exaggerated the hospitalization rate; this has collapsed the lockdown rationale.

Freeing the Web From Big Tech

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Today’s Web is far different from the electronic public square it was originally created to be. Yet there is realistic hope the Web can be liberated from the stifling restraints of Big Tech and Big Government.

School District Seeks to Censor Parents on Social Media

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A government school district in Indiana is under fire for trying to censor parents' online comments about the education system, sparking outrage across the political spectrum as well as First Amendment concerns. Violators can be barred from school grounds.

Warren, Zuckerberg At Odds Over Threat to Break Up Facebook

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In a fight that could prove beneficial to the reelection campaign effort of President Donald Trump, Senator Elizabeth Warren publicly attacked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday for his private remarks that he was willing to sue the federal government should Warren win the White House and follow through with her plans to break up his company under U.S. anti-trust laws.

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