Tag: free-speech

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...
Supporters of Reporters Without Borders (RSF) protest in front of the The Brandenburg Gate on October 7, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. RSF’s annual Press Freedom Index was cautious to draw the correct parallel between increasing media and information censorship found in America, relying on the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic as an excuse, and how the Chinese Communist Party conducts business in its territory.
Communist China Still World’s ‘Worst Jailer of Journalists’: RSF
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) published its annual Press Freedom Index, where it found the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) continues to be one of the world’s most notorious persecutors of those who defend freedom of the...
Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow and an outspoken supporter of President Trump, has launched “Frank,” a new social media platform positioned as a “mix of YouTube and Twitter.”
Mike Lindell Faces Cyber-Attacks and Death Threats After Social Media Platform Launch and Lawsuit Against Dominion
Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow and an outspoken supporter of President Trump, has launched “Frank,” a new social media platform positioned as a “mix of YouTube and Twitter.” The site has been riddled with several...
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 8-1 in favor of protecting the First Amendment rights of two Christian students who sued their college over restricting free speech.
Supreme Court Supports First Amendment Rights of College Students
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 8-1 to protect the First Amendment rights of two Christian students who sued their college over restricting free speech. The two students were from Georgia Gwinnett College; the incident occurred...
In January, Apple removed social media platform Parler from its App Store after the Capitol breach, claiming that Parler did not do enough to moderate hate speech.
Apple Continues Censoring Free Speech Platform Parler
In January, Apple removed social media platform Parler from its App Store after the Capitol breach, claiming that Parler did not do enough to moderate hate speech. Parler was also booted from Amazon’s AWS cloud...
The Biden administration wants to know the reporters’ questions in advance to see if they are too controversial and so that they can prepare suitable responses.
Some People Concerned Biden Is Suppressing Press Freedom
The Biden administration wants to know the reporters’ questions in advance to see if they are too controversial and so that they can prepare suitable responses. The Daily Beast report states that the president’s communication...