Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), not one to recognize irony, proposed Wednesday that those who spread “disinformation” online, including tech companies that refuse to police their platform for incorrect and misleading materials, be held criminally accountable for their actions.
The Rev. Franklin Graham has had an evangelistic outreach event held at a venue in Liverpool (UK) cancelled because of his views on same-sex marriage.
The United Nations on Friday approved a Russian-led bid that aims to create a new convention on cybercrime, alarming rights groups and Western powers that fear a bid to restrict online freedom.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed a bill into law that prohibits churches and other nonprofits from campaigning for or against political candidates.
Facebook has removed yet another LifeSiteNews post on “hate speech” grounds, this time suggesting it’s beyond the pale to argue that children should not be given puberty blockers.
A former Google employee has gone public with claims of election manipulation, intimidation, and political bias at the hands of the tech giant, including the “blacklisting” of certain websites, including The Christian Post.
There was no legal reason to disallow the ads. But what did Facebook do? You guessed it: "We ended up not allowing the ads."
YouTube censored ‘Borderless,’ a new documentary about mass immigration from independent filmmaker Lauren Southern, on the day of its release.
The world’s biggest social network is not the neutral forum it claims to be, Facebook maintains a list of right-wing “hate agents” to be singled out for potential termination.