"Twitter shadow-banned Plaintiff in order to restrict his free speech and to amplify the abusive and hateful content published …," the complaint reads.
If anything, our love of the free market dictates that we must do whatever is necessary to ensure that the free marketplace of ideas remains open to all.
Facebook refused to boost a post a Southern Baptist seminary president's blog entry entitled "Logical Progression," which mentioned abortion, gender issues and polygamy in asserting the domino effect of unbiblical decisions.
While I can't say for sure that this happened to us because we are outspoken, conservative, Bible believers, I can say with certainty that Google/YouTube is clear where it stands on these issues.
Whistleblower exposes Google's anti-Christian bias, specifically naming @AllianceDefends and @DrMichaelLBrown YouTube ads as "homophobic" and "very contrary to our mission," @PJMedia_com's @Tyler2Oneil reports.
First time I’ve ever retweeted @ewarren But she’s right—Big Tech has way too much power to silence Free Speech. They shouldn’t be censoring Warren, or anybody else. A serious threat to our democracy. https://t.co/VoesOKSqhA
Facebook removed several ads placed by Sen. @EWarren's presidential campaign that called for the breakup of Facebook and other tech giants before restoring them, reports @Politico.
Chuck Ross, a reporter at The @DailyCaller, was recently suspended from Twitter after making a "learn to code" meta joke—an incident that calls into question the company's earlier claims regarding the problematic quip.
Shocker! YouTube just demonetized our entire channel - almost 1600 videos! - for no good reason at all. If our videos have been a blessing to you, please click here to help us with a one-time donation as we fight back for our rights on YouTube. https://t.co/RM3Y7YtHue
The alleged meeting took place in the wake of Google's sponsorship of CPAC in 2018, which triggered an internal rebellion from left-wing employees of the tech giant.
Parsa told @PJMedia_com his account was simply suspended with no warning and without an indication as to which tweet supposedly warranted the suspension. #FreeRaminParsa
The Big Tech giants regularly abuse the public trust - spying on consumers, taking data without consent, discriminating against conservatives. Then they wonder why citizens are angry? Time to hold them accountable
"People who think they are being tolerant and promoting tolerance are pushing notions that could enable intolerance," says @GarrettJohnson about new @joinlincoln survey of Big Tech, @Tyler2Oneil of @PJMedia_com reports.
I was blessed to have friend that could connect me to real, flesh-and-blood person at @facebook & have my banishment lifted! Thank you to awesome followers and friends on Twitter, to @Tyler2ONeil at @PJMedia_com and to @Streamdotorg for publishing my story https://t.co/B00RNYwiM5
"It happened within 10 minutes of me posting that photo that they logged me out and when I tried to get back on, bam!" @Cuchulain09
.@prolifesf as well as @Eric_Cochran, a supporter who retweeted the Pro-life San Francisco, have been suspended since February 13 for sharing already-public information about the criminal case against David Daleiden, writes @JohnsonHildy.
I will be on the radio tomorrow with my friend Eric Metaxas to talk about being banned by Facebook. Eric tells me he's making the photo of the 21 Martyrs that got me banned his cover photo! Wish I could see it, but I'm in the outer Darkness!
According to the screenshot, Facebook blocked the article because it appeared to be "spam" and said the post "goes against our Community Standards."
Facebook lifted the ban later on Sunday.
Human rights activist @Cuchulain09 of @TheIRD is permanently banned by Facebook after posting famous photo of Coptic men in orange jumpsuits kneeling on a Libyan beach who were martyred by ISIS, even though she had previously posted image without incident
While the lawsuit is focusing on Twitter's failure to treat its users fairly, particularly in its notification about new rules, Murphy and her team have also highlighted issues with the giant's use of Section 230.