Facebook Restricts Research Tool in Light of Privacy Controversy

AFP Facebook has curbed access to a controversial feature allowing searches of the vast content within the social network — a tool which raised privacy concerns but was also used for research and investigative journalism. The leading social network acknowledged this week it had “paused” some elements of its “graph search,” a feature introduced in…

Tech Giants Are Driving Us Into a Techno-Dystopian Future

Tim Pool makes the case that, under the guise of social justice, technology companies (like Facebook, Google, and Twitter) have begun removing people they view to be ‘unhealthy’ for the conversation. But who gives them this right? How long until these companies ban you from finance and the economy for wrongthink? PHOTO CREDIT: By Zbigniew…

VDARE Files Lawsuit Against PayPal

While I am no fan of the group VDARE, they have filed a very interesting lawsuit against PayPal. During May of 2017, the group had their PayPal account terminated for no reason and, most likely, under false pretenses. During February of this year, The Wall Street Jounral reported that PayPal partnered with the far-left Southern…

US Antitrust Investigation Could Include more Tech Companies

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.…

Websites Critical of Islam Banned by WordPress

As it turns out, the website Creeping Sharia and another site Muslim Statistics have been banned by WordPress citing terms of service violations. However, as Breitbart points out, WordPress does not specify what would constitute a violation of their terms of service nor have they outlined what would it would take for WordPress to resort…