YouTube removes German scientist’s lecture on vaccine injuries and deaths

News 09/22/21, 16:47

Once again, the largest video platform, YouTube, censors scientists for publishing information that opposes their ideas or interests. In this case, a conference of German scientists talked about the effects found in autopsies performed on people who died after being vaccinated against COVID, also called the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) ...

Veteran TV weatherman fired for refusing vaccine

U.S. 09/20/21, 18:15

A long-serving Michigan meteorologist was terminated for failing to comply with his employer's vaccine mandate on Sept. 16. Karl Bohnak finished up at WLUC-TV6 after spending decades at the company, because he declined to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. "Since I chose not to take one of the shots, I was fired," he ...

Facebook artificial intelligence identifies black men as ‘primates’

U.S. 09/07/21, 18:59

One of the world's biggest internet companies went back to the drawing board after highly advanced technology failed to tell the difference between African Americans and wild animals. The Daily Mail shared a video of a verbal and physical conflict between multiple black men, a white male, and police on June ...

YouTube removes GOP Sen. Paul’s second COVID video, bans him for a week

News 08/12/21, 19:11

A Silicon Valley company banned a Republican from Kentucky for a week, because he questioned how effectively face masks prevent coronavirus (COVID-19) on Aug. 10. YouTube removed Sen. Rand Paul's video and temporarily blocked him from uploading new content. "They are now banning all my speech, including speech that is given on ...

Google introduces pay calculator tool to penalize employees who work from home

Washington 08/11/21, 18:25

A Silicon Valley multinational company is mathematically renegotiating remote worker remuneration. Google launched a new internal calculator in June that slashes the salary of many employees who choose to work remotely. The New York Post revealed the Work Location Tool financially penalizes Google staff for increasing disposable income by moving away from ...

House GOP leader McCarthy proposes guidelines to fight Big Tech bias

Washington 06/28/21, 23:20

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) has revealed a new framework to help combat major technology companies that restrict freedom of speech and exhibit anti-competitive behavior. McCarthy is sick of "overwhelmingly liberal executives" at Big Tech companies limiting or preventing competition and silencing people for sharing conservative views. "Examples of conservative censorship ...

Democrats slapped with civil rights lawsuit for censoring US election tweets

U.S. 06/21/21, 04:53

The last U.S. election was arguably a watershed moment in national history due to widespread unconstitutional electoral procedures and a joint effort from corporations and government to "fortify" Joe Biden's presidency.Sovereign Man founder Simon Black accused social media companies of masterminding an un-American censorship campaign, which aims to silence public ...

Documents reveal that Google tracks its users even when the option is turned off

U.S. 06/01/21, 00:08

Internal 'unredacted' Google documents reveal that the company tracks its users despite the 'location sharing' option being turned off by using other apps or manipulating privacy settings. The news, reported by Business Insider on May 28, explains that the company made it nearly impossible for users with the Android system on ...

Microsoft will phase out Internet Explorer browser in 2022

Washington 05/25/21, 15:34

Internet Explorer will be permanently retired after operating for more than a quarter of a century. Redmond-based Microsoft has confirmed it will phase out Internet Explorer due to a lack of user interest. "The Internet Explorer 11 desktop application will be retired and go out of support on June 15, 2022, for ...

Supreme court sides with Google in copyright case with Oracle

U.S. 04/05/21, 17:19

In a long-running copyright lawsuit over the usage of Java application programming interface (API) code in Android, the Supreme Court sided with Google against Oracle on Monday, April 5. The Supreme Court ruled 6-2, with one justice (Amy Coney Barrett) absent from the decision since the case was argued before she ...

5 states join Texas-driven antitrust lawsuit against Google

U.S. 03/17/21, 14:54

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton reported on Tuesday, March 16, that five states have joined his lawsuit against Google, which alleges antitrust violations and abusive practices by the tech giant. The attorneys general of Alaska, Florida, Montana, Nevada, and Puerto Rico joined the lawsuit originally filed by a 10-state class of ...

Sen. Ted Cruz calls Google the ‘most dangerous company on the planet’

U.S. 01/04/21, 09:53

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) stated that Google is the “most dangerous company on the face of the planet.” During an interview with Breitbart News, he described the problems he experienced with Alphabet Inc. and with the social networks Twitter and Facebook regarding the interference they created during the elections. Cruz described Google ...

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