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Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., took aim at Twitter Tuesday for its inaction against the spread of disinformation by a Chinese government official on its platform.
Big Tech has been widely criticized for censoring conservatives and an overall liberal bias, but a hyper-partisan CNN reporter wants the social media platform to take censorship even further and slap labels on specific accounts.
Karl Rove tells "America's Newsroom" that Big Tech bias against conservatives is a consistent problem.
Twitter has cracked down on what it deems to be "misinformation" about the coronavirus pandemic for several months, but a recent tweet from a Chinese state media outlet alleging that the virus did not originate in China has yet to be acted on by the tech giant.
A rumor that Parler was hacked circulated on social media Tuesday, but CEO John Matze said it was simply “viral misinformation” spread by people who are “obsessed” with his emerging alternative to Twitter that puts an emphasis on free speech.
Amazon appears to have reversed its decision to pull the latest "Unreported Truths" installment from author Alex Berenson from its platform.
We shouldn't let our focus on voting machines distract us from everything else that happened this month
Some of Biden's full-time staffers, as well as transition team members, have ties to Silicon Valley.
Big Tech companies like Facebook and Twitter "crossed the line" censoring working-class America, billionaire tech firm CEO Peter Rex told "Fox & Friends."