In addition to Google, the antitrust investigation taken up by the US government could be expanded to include Facebook, Amazon and Apple. It is not yet known when they will be undertaken, but, according to Reuters, the Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission have worked out which companies they will examine for potential anti-competitive practices. … Continue reading US Antitrust Investigation Could Include more Tech Companies
Alex Jones, Paul Joseph Watson, Milo Yiannopoulos, and a number of other controversial well known individuals were removed from Facebook and its cousin social media website, Instagram today. Not just their personal pages but also fan pages and any associated groups as well. However, there is controversy over the violations Facebook cites as being the … Continue reading Facebook Bans Alex Jones, Paul Joseph Watson, Etc.
Geologist and author Gregory Wrightstone was interviewed by Laura Ingraham on Fox News tonight, following an application he has on Apple's app store was canceled. Wrightstone thinks it was due to he not subscribing to the idea that human beings are the primary cause of climate change. As it turns out, Al Gore is a … Continue reading Apple Cancels App That Embarrassed Al Gore
Guest Opinion by Kip Hansen Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author, Kip Hansen, and do not reflect the opinions of WUWT or Anthony Watts, owner and editor of this blog. 22 more words via GOOGLE and the ‘adjustment’ of inconvenient viewpoints, especially climate — Watts Up With That?
A report issued by Greenpeace Tuesday stating that technology giants such as Samsung Electronics, Amazon and Huawei low scores for their environmental impact. The study mainly cited the corporate greenhouse gas emissions resulting from product assembly and supply chains. According to The Tribune: Samsung Electronics received a grade of D in its use of renewable … Continue reading Greenpeace uses fake survey to scold tech giants into using “renewable energy”