Would @Google be as willing to meet with pro-life groups as they are with @PPFA? My guess is no. When Big Tech censors people online while supporting on-demand abortion and other radical social policies, are they really acting in the best interests of the American people? https://t.co/Padhpn65LU
"For so long the tech companies have said we can't even talk about Section 230. Well, yes, we can. And we should. And we need to," @HawleyMO tells @Politico referring to the Communications Decency Act. @NRBAssociation agrees.
A Google spokesperson explained to Fox News that its "Knowledge Graph" analyzed web content on @UnplannedMovie and that a large volume of it described the film as propaganda and placed the label without a universal consensus.
Founded in 1944 to combat censorship on radio airwaves, National Religious Broadcasters (@NRBAssociation) now raises concerns of similar issues online, reports @JoshMShep for @StreamDotOrg.
"I put up a tweet that was sent out from @SBAList – a quote from Mother Teresa that Twitter censored. … And I asked Twitter, 'Do you consider this quote from Mother Teresa to be hate speech?' and they refused to answer that." @TedCruz
.@HawleyMo to Twitter and Facebook executives: "This hearing shows you're anything but transparent, and you apparently have no interest in becoming more transparent. This is a huge, huge problem."
These are the kinds of proposals that could keep Silicon Valley companies up at night — as they would fundamentally alter how the companies operate today.
@Youtube has placed our video of @RealCandaceO's testimony before the House Judiciary Committee in restricted mode.
Why is Youtube trying to prevent people from hearing Candace's words?
#RT to share this video! https://t.co/oJZ2T2qCi6
Going to start a thread and show how Twitter demonstrates clear viewpoint discrimination. Allowing Planned Parenthood to promote it's ideology, but not views on the other side. 1/1
"This is the third time a Facebook property has tried to silence me without any justification. … It just keeps happening. And it only seems to happen to conservatives," @Adam4d tells @Tyler2Oneil.
In the end, Facebook just doesn't get the First Amendment. And when a powerful corporation proposes censorship regimes that would violate our fundamental rights, it's important that we call it out.
The company has given in to the mentality of a rage mob. How can Google now expect conservatives to defend it against anti-business policies from the left that might threaten its very existence?
Google's Mr. Pichai told Congress last year that "even as we expand into new markets we never forget our American roots." Perhaps he should sponsor seminars for Google's employees on citizenship in a free society.
Amazon, Google and Facebook have not responded to TheDCNF's requests for comment regarding their ongoing affiliation with the SPLC, reports @DailyCaller.
Of course, everyone already knows that if the SPLC were on the political right instead of on the left, all related organizations and prominent supporters on left and right would long ago have publicly disavowed them.
In a letter to Twitter CEO @Jack Dorsey, freshman senator @HawleyMO (R., Mo.) called on the executive to allow a third-party audit of his social-media platform in light of recent accusations of bias against conservative users.
Google employees demand removal of @Heritage President @KayColesJames from advisory board, reports Washington Post's @Cat_Zakrzewski.
Like every crony capitalist who's ever tried to get government to do his job for him, Zuckerberg is attempting to both extricate himself from the responsibility of running his site and attempting to hurt the competition.
Social media companies have made a fortune because so much of their content is free and user-generated. But Saturday was a reminder that sometimes it's not at all user-friendly.
The pro-life movie @UnplannedMovie surprised at the box office its opening weekend, taking 5th place with $6.1 million. That didn't stop Twitter from attacking the film twice in one weekend, however.