Senate moves bill with up to $15,000 fines for sharing memes online

A bi-partisan bill working its way through Congress could drastically change how copyright claims are processed, and would create a system to impose up to $30,000 in fines on anyone who shares protected material online. In other words, the Congress wants to make it easier to sue people who send a or post images that […]

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Billionaire founder of Paypal: Investigate Google For Treason

Peter Thiel, billionaire investor and Facebook board member, on Sunday night said that Google should be federally investigated for allegedly aiding the Chinese military. Why it matters: Thiel is the tech industry’s highest-profile Trump supporter, and one of the most powerful players in Silicon Valley. Thiel spoke at the National Conservatism Conference, a new event […]

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Alex Jones Acknowledged As Primary Target Of Big Tech Censorship

Many prominent conservatives made names for themselves by going on Infowars and the Alex Jones Show. Several who attended the recent Social Media Summit made it clear that their roots are with Alex he has been instrumental as a leader providing a platform in the battle for free speech. If it weren’t for Alex, most […]

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More Lawmakers Lean Toward Revoking Section 230 To Regulate Big Tech Companies

When Sen. Josh Hawley introduced a bill last month aimed at regulating major internet firms, he received criticism from conservatives, libertarians, and especially from big tech itself. Now, Sens. Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham are also saying they would consider modifying Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act to rein in big tech’s problematic censorship […]

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