(Sarah Taylor) Twitter permanently banned Trump confidant and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell on Monday night for reportedly violating the social media platform’s “Civic Integrity Policy.”
(Jack Hadfield) Twitter has a long history of allowing child porn and paedophiles to proliferate on their site
(Tyler O’Neil) A North Idaho internet provider has blocked access to Facebook and Twitter for some customers after customers requested the block, citing the social media platforms’ recent ban on President Donald Trump and other conservatives. YourT1Wifi announced the block in an email to customers, urging customers who want to access Facebook and Twitter to reach out so the company would put them on its “allowed list.” In separate comments to a local news outlet, the company’s president suggested that only users who requested the block would be unable to access Facebook and Twitter.
HORROR: Twitter Senior Executive Vijaya Gadde Details Plans for Political Censorship on a Global Scale (Video)
(Gabriel Keane) New video from Project Veritas shows Dorsey laying out censorship blueprint for the next few months following the Biden inauguration
(Patty McMurray) Parler is the fastest growing social media alternative to Facebook and Twitter. Parler CEO John Matze, a graduate of the University of Denver, is a true believer of free speech. The rate at which free speech advocates are flocking to his social media platform is evidence that Parler should be taken seriously.
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(Hank Berrien) “They are hugely harmful, violate basic human decency and the principles of the #OpenInternet.”
(Allan Miller) Gab CEO completely backed up President Trump’s Twitter account before it was deleted and recreated him on Gab.
(GABRIEL KEANE) Panic and internal strife at far-left Big Tech corporations cited as impetus for mass influx of resumes to Gab, which has exploded in size over the past week