An international Christian persecution watchdog recently reported that China is ramping up the persecution of believers using technology. The Big Tech giant continues to track teenagers for targeted ads, a new report has revealed.
Extremely Bothersome Alarms' Triggered By 'Offensive' Language Now Being Tested In Schools And Homes
A new national survey reveals that Americans not only distrust Big Tech, but a majority believes that Facebook makes society even worse. Andrew Torba, CEO of Gab, reflects on how God has been at work in his life over the past year, preparing him for what he calls as "the most blessed Advent Season." The mobile Bible app YouVersion reported celebrated having 500 million installations this week, calling it a sign that "God is actively at work" in the lives of people today.
In what seemed as an impossible feat, Gab CEO Andrew Torba restored in their platform all the contents deleted from President Donald Trump's Twitter account. Big Tech company Twitter cried foul after Ugandan internet providers shut down social media prior to elections in the said country, reports say. This comes after it shut down accounts belonging to President Trump and his supporters. Social media company Twitter seems to operate like a fascist group censoring whatever it doesn't agree with, former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani says.
Rep. Nunes On Parler Ban: ‘Conservatives No Longer Have A Way To Communicate’ Without Left Interfering
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) called for an investigation on tech companies that have seemingly collaborated to kick Parler off the internet. A platform dedicated to protecting free speech in online spaces and encourages free interactions in the internet has reported seeing a massive jump in traffic since Big Tech companies clamped down on Conservatives starting with U.S. President Donald Trump. Many conservatives have announced they are leaving Twitter after the social media company banned President Donald Trump from the platform. Big Tech censorship is at an all-time high as social media giant Twitter, alongside other avenues like Facebook, Instagram, and more, suspend or disable the President's account. Following similar measures taken by Big Tech companies like Facebook, Twitter, Twitch and YouTube, TikTok officially announced the removal of President Trump's videos from their platform, a report reveals. Following the fiasco caused by protesters on Wednesday at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C, Tech giant Facebook announced that photos and videos from the said protests would be removed, tagging them as "promotion of criminal activity," which violates their policy. Big Tech companies Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and SnapChat suspended President Donald Trump's accounts in the height of the violent turnout of the Save America March, even after he called for peace.