Another supporter of President Trump has been banned from social media and banking systems.
Some drivers want to fight back against Uber and Lyft. Others are content to keep working.
An account documenting anti-Trump violence was banned from Twitter last night.
The platform is willing to lend itself to those who wish death to all Jews, but not Jews who use the First Amendment to defend themselves.
Horowitz's Twitter account was restored after a massive conservative backlash.
Horowitz is the latest victim of Twitter's tech censorship.
The Facebook press contact has extensive work with the Clinton family and Obama White House.
The parody account was banned despite clearly identifying itself as a parody.
This organization that foments hate against conservatives is doing everything in its power to manifest the Orwellian Nightmare.
Facebook gave advanced notice to several mainstream media outlets before the latest purge.
The new information speaks volumes of how Facebook makes its decisions internally.
Facebook would not explicitly condemn the SPLC.
Boogie revealed that the tech censorship crisis may be inspired, at least partially, by advertisers' desire for a lower rate.
Apparently the conservative media's intervention is required for Facebook and Instagram to keep their word.
Many of those falling back on the private company defense of Facebook and their supporters were vehemently anti-Trump.
He doesn't care if he loses his freedom of speech so long as it's at the hands of a corporation
The world famous rapper slammed big tech censorship in a video posted to Instagram.
Facebook may now ban any user who posts Infowars content.
More censorship from the Big Tech platform.
Supporting President Trump's hit TV show "The Apprentice" is apparently against Twitch's Community Standards.
Google has yet to comment on the racist search results.
Robinson is running to be a Member of European Parliament.
Medium has joined the Big Tech censorship movement.
Crowder's channel may be in jeopardy because he refused to submit to the absurd request of a large music publishing company.