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Mississippi Republican tells 'Your World' Twitter shouldn't be protected by Section 230
The recent ban of Parler from Apple and Google’s app stores and the Amazon shutdown of the social media app might have you thinking about Big Tech’s power. Add to this news that the messaging service WhatsApp, owned by Facebook, is grabbing more of your personal data.
A Hong Kong internet service provider on Thursday said it had blocked access to a pro-democracy website to comply with the city’s national security law.
Senior adviser at The Heritage Foundation Mike Howell weighs in on Google's immigration grant.
Former Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley joins 'The Story' to discuss Big Tech crackdown
Conventional wisdom holds that technology companies are free to regulate content because they are private, and the First Amendment protects only against government censorship. That view is wrong: Google, Facebook and Twitter should be treated as state actors under existing legal doctrines.
Investigative journalist Glenn Greenwald blasted Twitter on Tuesday for what he called a darkly hypocritical warning to Ugandans ahead of the African nation's presidential and parliamentary elections later this week.
FOX News senior political analyst Brit Hume joins 'Fox News @ Night' with reaction.
'Ingraham Angle' hosts sounds off on perceptibly unamerican censorship of Trump, right-wing free speech