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Email Shows Biden’s FDA Pressured Google To Take Down YouTube Video On Monoclonal Antibody Drug

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration attempted to pressure a Google lobbyist into suppressing a YouTube video about a monoclonal antibody drug and its potential use against COVID-19, according to an email reported by Alex Berenson. An email from April 30 reportedly shows FDA social media director Brad Kimberly writing to Jan Fowler Antonaros, a lobbyist for YouTube’s parent company…

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Vimeo Removes Artist’s Fictional Vaccine Cartoon, Labeling It ‘Dangerous’ Health-Related Content

Vimeo, a major video-sharing services platform, censored the first episode of a cartoonist’s fictional series titled “UNJABBED” for what they claim is “dangerous” health-related content, even though the video includes no overt reference to COVID-19. Ken Avidor, an artist based in Indianapolis, Indiana, makes films with sketches. He is also the author of “Bicyclopolis,” a comic book released in 2018.…

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In Predatory Contract Negotiations, Google Comes For Roku

For years, small product and technology companies that do business, or attempt to compete, with massive platforms like Google, Amazon, and Apple, have been making painstaking pilgrimages to Congress with harrowing stories. In January 2020, four business execs went into exacting detail describing what the so-called “fierce competition” lauded as a defining feature of the tech industry was actually like.…

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Urgent warning for Google Chrome users to QUIT browser after increase in security threats

Chrome users have been warned about changes Google is making within the browser that will break key website features. The announcement, along with several security threats in recent months, has left some users searching for other options to a browser that currently hosts 2.6 billion users. 2 Tech experts are warning users to leave Google Chrome after a series of…

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In The Race for AI Dominance, Google Is An Unreliable Ally

China is winning the AI race due to the U.S. army’s bureaucratic, sluggish posture, and private actors like Google which refuse to work with the American government, according to the Pentagon’s former software chief, who resigned his position in September. In his first interview since posting a blistering resignation letter to LinkedIn, Nicolas Chaillan told the Financial Times that U.S.…

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The US Government Is Covertly Recruiting Google To Surveil Americans’ Web Searches

The U.S. government is covertly recruiting Google, which maintains access to swaths of Americans’ personal data and information, to surveil their web searches, a new report from Forbes suggests. For years, the federal government has quietly demanded that the Big Tech search engine company hand over user data on anyone who conducts online searches using key terms. In 2017, a…

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It’s High Time GOP Congressional Leaders Rejected Big Tech Dollars

Facebook censorship board member Helle Thorning-Schmidt claimed on Thursday that free speech is not a human right. On the same day, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki admitted the Biden administration is colluding with corrupt Big Tech companies to silence anything they deem “problematic” on social media. There’s no denying Big Tech is the biggest threat to free expression in…

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The Attorney General Challenging Google’s Monopolistic Censorship Explains His Case

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost believes Google is a monopoly that should be treated accordingly. Earlier this month, he filed a lawsuit to have Google declared a common carrier (or public utility) under state law. Yost and I spoke about the lawsuit and the monopolistic role of Big Tech, particularly Google, in American life. Here’s what we discussed, in an…

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Divergence Between Reps. Jim Jordan, Ken Buck Illustrates Conservative Divide On Tech

Two top House Republicans among big tech’s thorniest adversaries in Washington remain starkly divided on how to rein in Silicon Valley’s empire. Earlier this month, a group of bipartisan lawmakers led by Rhode Island Democrat Rep. David Cicilline and Colorado Republican Ken Buck — who serve as chair and ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial,…

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5 New Big Tech Antitrust Bills Are A ‘Put Up Or Shut Up’ Moment For Republicans

On Friday the House Judiciary Committee’s subcommittee on antitrust introduced five bills designed to address the findings of their 16-month investigation into Apple, Amazon, Google, and Facebook. The legislation, introduced with various Republican cosponsors, represents the first comprehensive legislative effort to address the dominant market power and potentially anti-competitive practices of the major Big Tech companies. The “techlash,” in other…

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Google Will Not Fire Diversity Chief Who Wrote Jews Have ‘Insatiable Appetite For War’

The head of diversity strategy at Google has come under fire for making antisemitic comments several years ago against Jewish people, but the company affirmed Thursday he will remain employed by the Big Tech giant, according to the Washington Free Beacon. Kamau Bobb, who previously worked on the computer science education team, will be relocated back to a science and…

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