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Florida is trying to reign in social media censorship with a new bill that was recently approved by the state legislature.
Florida Bill Banning Big Tech from Censoring Politicians Approved in House and Senate
On April 29, Florida’s House and Senate approved a bill aimed at prohibiting social media networks from banning politicians. Despite backlash from Big Tech and Democrats attempting to justify the censorship measures, several officials and...
A nurse wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) including a personal air purifying respirator (PAPR) closes a door to a patients room in a Covid-19 intensive care unit (ICU) at Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Community Hospital on January 6, 2021 in the Willowbrook neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.
Over Two-Thirds of COVID-19 Hospitalizations Attributed to Existing Conditions: Research Study
A new study by researchers at Tufts University, published in the Journal of the American Heart Association (JAHA), reports that nearly 70 percent of adult Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) hospitalizations in the United States can...
People walk past the headquarters of the world's largest semiconductor maker TSMC in Hsinchu on January 29, 2021.
TSMC’s Chairman, Founder Express Disapproval of Moving Manufacturing to US From Taiwan
It has been about a year since the dominant computer chip company Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd (TSMC) has announced plans to open a factory in Arizona. Recently, however, TSMC Chairman Mark Liu and TSMC...
Robert Mueller, former head of the FBI, briefs the media at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, 30 January 2008, after talks with the Chinese Communist Party. Mueller lauded the Party’s “anti-terrorism measures,” which cracked down on persecuted groups, democracy protestors, and people of spiritual faith, installed ahead of the 2008 Summer Olympics.
‘This is Where the USSR got Formed’: Alaskan Couple Mistakenly Targeted in FBI Search for Pelosi’s Laptop
A small town Alaskan couple is concerned about the future of the United States after the Federal Bureau of Investigation raided their home in search of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s stolen laptop, but came up...
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) speaks during a hearing of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology, and the Law, at the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C., on April 27, 2021. Hawley believes Big Tech has formed a total monopoly and needs to be curtailed after Facebook’s independent Oversight Board upheld the decision to ban Donald Trump.
Hawley Says: ‘This is What Happens’ When Tech Forms Monopoly After Facebook Board Upholds Trump Ban
The Facebook Oversight Board has upheld the decision to ban former President Donald Trump after the Jan. 6 Capitol riots. However, Trump may soon have his account back after the Board ruled it was inappropriate...
Colonial's pipeline operations are offline due to a ransomware attack by hacking group DarkSide
Colonial Pipeline Hacking Attack Threatens Critical Infrastructure
On May 8th, one of the top American pipeline operators, Colonial Pipeline, announced that it was forced to shut down its entire network following a hacking attack that crippled computer infrastructure. Colonial transports almost 2.5...
Melinda was put off by convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein when she met him in 2013.
Melinda Was Upset With Bill Gates After He Met Jeffrey Epstein: Sources
Jeffrey Epstein, who was the center of a sex-trafficking storm until his suicide in August 2019, knew many powerful people who all came under scrutiny after his horrible crimes were revealed. Among the many illustrious...
Eli Lilly employees exposed manipulation of documents by an executive named Lydia Wible at the Branchburg plant.
Eli Lilly Employees Expose Manipulation of Regulatory Documents on Plant Manufacturing COVID-19 Treatment
Indianapolis-headquartered pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly & Co is facing trouble at home after employees accused a factory executive of altering documents regarding the plant producing the firm’s COVID-19 antibody. The documents are related to regulatory...
Student data is being accessed by third parties via school apps, putting the privacy of children at risk
Research Finds More Than Half of School Apps Send Personal Student Data to Third Parties
According to a new research report published by the nonprofit Me2B Alliance, around 60 percent of school apps are sending student data to a wide range of high-risk third parties without getting the permission of...