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Warning: Team Biden budgets $65 billion to control the Internet
Joe Biden's infrastructure bill appropriated $65 billion to help expand access to high-speed internet — even though nearly everyone already has it. Read More.
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Unredacted complaint: 100,000 kids per day targeted by pedophiles on Zuckerberg's platforms
At least 100,000 children are targeted by pedophiles every day on Facebook and Instagram, according to a recently unredacted complaint filed by New Mexico Attorney General Raul Torrez. Read More.
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CEO Tim Cook, Tsinghua University and Apple’s ‘symbiotic’ bond with China
Tech behemoth Apple is known for altering its policies to avoid running afoul of censors in communist China. Read More.
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Time to freak out over AI’s growing power?
On March 22 of this year, an open letter signed by more than 33,000 individuals, including Elon Musk and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, called for a six-month moratorium on the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) experiments. Read More.
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250 celebrities demand Big Tech censor anyone opposed to trans surgeries for kids
A letter signed by some 250 celebrities was sent to the CEOs of Meta, YouTube, TikTok, and Twitter demanding that the platforms censor anyone who opposes trans surgeries and puberty blockers for children. Read More.
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Latest endangered species: Chief Information Security Officers at major corporations
A cyber cold war is playing out at major corporations as those on the front lines fighting hackers, who have become even more of a threat due to AI tools such as ChatGPT, are quitting in droves. Read More.
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Dumb phones trending with young Americans opting for sovereignty over own lives
Among the many tragic consequences created by lockdowns imposed by Covid tyrants was an increase in smartphone screen time that mental health professionals say led to massive spikes in anxiety, depression, and inattentiveness among young people. Read More.
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‘Blew my mind’: Elon Musk reveals ‘full access’ to Twitter by U.S. agencies; Trump offers context
Elon Musk said he was shocked at the level of penetration that U.S. government agencies had with Twitter prior to his buying the social media platform. Read More.
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Princeton senior's app is fighting back against ChatGPT
Edward Tian, a 22-year-old senior at Princeton University, has been working feverishly on a new app to combat what he and many others see as the abuse and misuse of ChatGPT. Read More.
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Seattle public schools sue Big Tech: ‘Addictive’ platforms exploiting ‘vulnerable’ young minds
Seattle Public Schools has filed a lawsuit against several social media companies, saying they have created a youth mental health crisis and interfere with teachers' ability to do their jobs. Read More.
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It wasn’t just Twitter: Rumble CEO reveals shock at learning scale of U.S. censorship
There is no doubt that something "nefarious" was going with Big Tech censorship of conservatives from the time of the 2020 election and beyond, and it wasn't just happening on Twitter, the CEO of the Rumble video sharing platform said. Read More.
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Trump was right, again: Congress bans TikTok from all House-issued mobile devices
More than two years after President Donald Trump called for TikTok to be banned in the U.S., Congress is now prohibiting the use of the video hosting platform on all House-issued mobile devices, describing it as a "security risk. Read More.
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Warning to conservatives: Unelected billionaires club is running your lives
Thanks in large part to Elon Musk’s liberation of Old Twitter, Americans know much more about the new reality: “We are being ruled by unelected super-rich left-wing ideologues,” a columnist noted. Read More.
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Elon Musk: Twitter ‘refused to take action on child exploitation for years’
After three members of Twitter's so-called Trust & Safety Council resigned and claimed council members had taken great care in "protecting users on the platform," Elon Musk fired back, tweeting in response: "It is a crime that they refused to take action on child exploitation for years!" Read More.
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Musk ends $400 free lunches for Twitter staffers
Saying that more people were preparing the food than eating it, Twitter CEO Elon Musk has ended free meals for employees at the social media company's San Francisco headquarters. Read More.

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