A guest post by commenter John By Any Other Name: I’m sure you’ve seen a bit on tech companies censoring content they don’t agree with (even the suggestion that the Vatican may try to do something about Catholic
Well, this comes as little surprise. From Breitbart: A video recorded by Google shortly after the 2016 presidential election reveals an atmosphere of panic and dismay amongst the tech giant’s leadership, coupled with a determination to thwart both the
News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee: U.S.—In response to criticism of the alleged shadow ban of certain right-leaning accounts on the platform, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey apologized Friday for allowing conservatives on the platform in
This will doubtless be the only time that Bill Maher, atheist vulgarian leftist, gets a positive notice from TAC, but when a man is right, he is right. Too much of today’s “news” consists of totally made up controversies on
I dislike mentioning the First Amendment when controversies like the Phil Robertson versus A&E brewhaha break out. After all, the First Amendment applies only to Congress (and the Supreme Court has ruled [incorrectly, if you ask me] that it applies
Pope Francis reached a milestone of sorts yesterday: A jubilant Pope Francis celebrated reaching 10 million followers on messaging site Twitter on Sunday , a milestone in the Vatican’s drive to spread the gospel through social media.