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Florida Gov Ron DeSantis joins Rumble after Big Tech censorship

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has embraced the growing video sharing platform Rumble and created a channel where he’ll be posting video updates and live streams. “Gov. Ron DeSantis is a longtime proponent of free...

Twitter bans James O’Keefe after major CNN bias exposé

Following a string of undercover exposés into how CNN injects bias into narratives, Twitter has suspended Project Veritas’s founder, James O’Keefe. Project Veritas has, for several years, been releasing exclusive undercover video footage that...

Rumble offers another reason to quit YouTube with new live streaming feature

Rumble, a popular YouTube alternative, has launched one of its biggest new features to date – live streaming. Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk, Canadian news outlet Rebel News, conservative commentator Wayne Dupree, Trump...

Hong Kong journalist who embarrassed The WHO over its CCP-bias quits after harassment and doxing

Yvonne Tong, a Hong Kong journalist who rose to sudden fame after questioning the WHO about Taiwanese independence and, in the process, proving the extent of control China has over the international organization, has...

Instagram bans viral anti-covid-restriction campaigner Chris Sky

Chris Sky, a prominent anti-lockdown campaigner from Canada has had his Instagram account banned. A spokesperson of the Big Tech company had confirmed the same. “We removed Chris [Sky] from Instagram for multiple violations...

Orange Country says it will launch a vaccine passport for citizens’ “Peace of Mind”

California’s Orange County plans to launch a digital COVID-19 vaccine certification system sometime in April, according to the county’s health officials. The county will join the few regions in the US that have implemented...

Private web browsers

An open-source browser that focuses on customizability and uses the tagline “Your Browser, Your Way.” Pale Moon has a similar user interface (UI) to older versions of Firefox with a separate search box to...

JD Vance exists AppHarvest board over “controversial” tweets

Author of “Hillbilly Elegy,” a New York Times Bestseller, JD Vance, exited the board of directors of indoor agriculture company AppHarvest, following “controversial” statements made on social media. AppHarvest is an agriculture company based...

CNN director privately reveals how CNN thrives on amping up COVID narratives

A new exposé by non-profit journalism group Project Veritas reveals how CNN uses COVID-19 fear to boost its ratings. The revelations give a good look at how the media operates and thrives on amping...

OU defends its online training stance to require staff’s agreement with approved viewpoints

Last November, University of Oklahoma (OU) received a letter from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), inquiring about the school’s policies around diversity, equity, and inclusion training, and specifically, how this training...

School custodian says she was fired for not downloading invasive tracking app

Many have feared that invasive location tracking tech, once it gets introduced as a necessity to help anything from curbing the spread of the virus, to ensuring productivity of workers suddenly forced to work...

New petition calls on UK to repeal “anti-free-speech” Section 127 of the Communications Act 2003

A petition has been launched, addressing the UK parliament, to repeal Section 127 of the Communications Act 2003 and legally exonerate all those who have so far been found guilty of transgressions and convicted...

Rumble’s live stream feature arrives just in time as Sebastian Gorka goes live after YouTube censorship

Sebastian Gorka, who served as Deputy Assistant to the President in former President Trump’s administration, has broadcast his show, AMERICA First with Sebastian Gorka, live on Rumble for the first time. The debut live...

Creators blast YouTube for deleting their “likes”

YouTube is suspected of taking to “editing” the like but also dislike counts on videos uploaded on the platform, and apparently in experimenting with the feature, resulting in confusion and loss of likes and...

Mike Lindell’s upcoming social platform will ban swearing and telling “lies” about people

A few weeks ago, avid Trump supporter and owner of MyPillow, Mike Lindell, announced he would launch his own social media platform. His announcement might have been influenced by continuous censorship of his posts...

Discord now prevents NSFW servers being accessed on iPhone

Discord is making some changes to how it handles NSFW (not safe for work) content on its platform and it seems that it’s all because of Apple. All NSFW servers will not be accessible...

Pentagon to scan social media of service members for signs of “extremism”

Back in January, when some military veterans were found participating in the Capitol storming, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin had ordered a “stand-down” across the force for discussing “extremism” in the US military. Now, the...

Facebook finally restores page of French town named Bitche after a month of ignoring its pleas

A historic town from northeast France, Bitche in the Moselle, has a Facebook page “Ville de Bitche” where the town’s local news and updates are regularly shared. The page was, however, banned by Facebook...

Google shadowbans news about Minnesota violence in its search results for “riots today”

News about the two nights of violence that erupted in Minnesota following the police shooting of Daunte Wright has been almost totally purged from the Google Search news tab results for the term “riots...