Gab has been building to prepare for this moment for many years now. Big Tech tyranny is here and anyone who is surprised hasn’t been paying attention.
By Andrew Torba, CEO, Gab.com | This article was previously published on Gab.com
This week Google forced Zerohedge and The Federalist to neuter their comment sections. In the case of The Federalist, the comment section is gone completely. In the case of Zerohedge a Google “filter” has been placed over the comments to remove and censor “offensive” content. →
Read more via Andrew Torba: Big Tech Tyranny is here — NewsVoice
By Tyler Durden
Bill Gates has inserted himself into the national dialogue as a self-proclaimed coronavirus sage who will lead the world out of dark times through a digitally-assisted brave new world of testing, contact tracing, and of course – a vaccine.
Of course, some of this might not be such a bad idea if it wasn’t coming from Gates, who’s written an op-ed in the Washington Post to elaborate on his thoughts – which makes the whole thing seem even more nefarious. →
(Era of Light) First, the Twitter company went on a rampage banning Twitter posts and people from the social media platform, largely targeting tweets and people who do not fall in line with ideas pushed by the United States government and US mainstream media. Now, Twitter is using extreme scare tactics to try to stop people from even opening links placed on Twitter to web pages that contain such alternative views. Included are links to web pages containing information about a very important matter — coronavirus. ⇲
(TMU) — As more and more Americans question the practices of tech companies like Google, Facebook, and Amazon, the topic of censorship on social media and in search results continues to be a hotly debated topic. Do these companies essentially act as publishers, and if so, should they be regulated as such? Should the government make efforts to break up the tech giants? These questions and more need answering as the public grapples with the reality that “Big Tech” is gaining more control over what we see, hear, and read while surfing the internet.