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TWITTER: Conversation Facilitator, or Truth-Killer?

TWITTER: Conversation Facilitator, or Truth-Killer?

by Phil Erwin So.    Twitter has reportedly “released” the New York Post’s account from the dark oblivion it suffered for two weeks, after its account was locked because they posted links to their then-current articles about Hunter Biden’s possibly corrupt activities. Twitter told the Post they could have their account unlocked just as soon as […]

OPINION: Google and China Have Similar Ideas About Censorship and Privacy

OPINION: Google and China Have Similar Ideas About Censorship and Privacy

M. A. Taylor | Film Director, ‘The Creepy Line’ Opponents of Google’s Project Dragonfly — a censored Chinese search engine — and internet censorship, in general, should have found little relief in Sundar Pichai, the company’s CEO, testimony before Congress. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy asked Mr. Pichai, regarding Project Dragonfly: Right this very second, […]