President Trump signed a bill Wednesday that would give more power to federal and state prosecutors to go after websites that allow sex trafficking ads on their pages.
Lisa Durden is suing her former employer, Essex County College, after she was fired over a controversial appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight in which she defended a “no whites allowed” Black Lives Matter Memorial Day party. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsRyYr7XuVI Durdens June 2017
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin praised Breitbart Newss coverage of Facebook managements political machinations, offering her comments during a Tuesday interview with SiriusXM host Rebecca Mansour on Breitbart News Tonight.
While testifying before Congress this week, Mark Zuckerberg stated that Facebook faces fierce competition in the marketplace from at least 8 major apps, but in fact, Facebook owns or has a version of each of the apps that supposedly threatens them.
In a change of pace from lawmakers questioning Mark Zuckerberg about his platform, Representative Chris Collins (R-NY) praised both Zuckerberg and Facebook, saying “And I sincerely know in my heart that you do believe in keeping all ideas equal.”
The University of Tennessee at Knoxville hosted an anal sex workshop on Wednesday as part of their six-day “Sex Week” event.
The founders and CEOs of several popular alternative social networks, including Minds, Gab, and BitChute, have revealed to Breitbart Tech their thoughts on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerbergs two congressional hearings this week.
The Virginia congressman asked Zuckerberg to clarify Facebooks definition of “misinformation.”
A plethora of memes were forged during Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerbergs congressional hearings on Tuesday and Wednesday. Here are some of the highlights.
Roseanne Barr took to Twitter on Wednesday and warned Facebook and its embattled founder Mark Zuckerberg to “stop censoring” conservative YouTube sensations Diamond and Silk.
Rep. Scalise zeroed in on allegations regarding algorithm bias and special favors to the Obama campaign.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted today to altering the sites algorithm to shut down certain speech on the platform.
Rep. Frank Pallone (D-NJ) accused “corporate America” of being “allies” with the Republican Party during Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerbergs hearing before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Wednesday, despite the fact that the congressman has received thousands of dollars in donations from Facebook.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg claimed before Congress today that YouTube stars Diamond and Silk were limited on the platform due to an enforcement error.
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill) came out swinging when it was his turn to question Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at a joint Senate judiciary and commerce hearing on Tuesday about the social network allowing some 87 million users data to be harvested.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will testify before the House Energy and Commerce Committee today after testifying before the Senate Commerce and Judiciary Committees yesterday. Just nine of the 55 members on the Committee have not received any donations from Facebook. Though the legacy media want the focus of the hearing to be about privacy, the bigger issue is whether Facebook is working to blunt the influence of right-of-center news outlets and personalities while propping up establishment outlets and those in good standing with them.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before the Senate yesterday about user privacy at his company, but his notes from this hearing have since been leaked after they were captured in a photograph.
The South Carolina senator accused Citigroup and Facebook of making themselves “arbiters of Americans constitutional rights.”
Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg is set to testify Wednesday before the House Energy and Commerce Committee about data privacy concerns.
Mark Zuckerberg faced a mixture of tough and softball questions at yesterdays Senate hearing. Many questions were left unanswered, and members of the House will have to pick up the slack today.
Apples failure to tell consumers that its software could slow performance in some iPhones has sparked Israels consumer protection agency to launch its own investigation.
A group calling itself a “worldwide leader in Virtual Private Network research and statistics” organized protests on Capitol Hill, at Facebooks headquarters in California, and at its campus in Austin, Texas, “to advocate for consumer privacy rights and online security.”
At an estimated 85 feet in length, the newly discovered ichthyosaur might just be the biggest prehistoric creature ever recorded.
Left-wing documentary filmmaker Michael Moore penned a lengthy Facebook post this week taunting President Donald Trump and daring him to fire special counsel Robert Mueller.
A shift from mouse models to stem cell research may have unlocked a new way to help prevent one of the worlds most tragic incurable diseases — Alzheimers disease.
Facebook CEO and billionaire Mark Zuckerberg confirmed in a Tuesday Senate hearing that the social media platform will “not proactively” work with federal immigration officials to help arrest and deport criminal illegal aliens living in the United States.
Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-WA) used her questions for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to unleash an attack on maverick Trump-supporting tech billionaire Peter Thiels data firm at Tuesdays joint Senate Commerce-Judiciary hearings.
President Donald Trumps 2020 campaign manager, Brad Parscale, has called on Facebook to show greater transparency by appointing an ideologically diverse group of users to analyze the platforms censorship choices.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg replied, “Ill have my team get back to you,” “Ill follow up with you on that,” or some other variation of the same answer at least 21 times during his hearing before the Senate Judiciary and Commerce Committees, Tuesday.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg responded to a question from Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune (R-SD) on “hate speech” on his social network Tuesday with optimism that an artificial intelligence (A.I.) system will be able to recognize and eliminate the category he refused to define.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey personally chooses which accounts should be banned and sanctioned on his social network, according to a report.
The Senator from Alaskas question has potentially drastic policy implications for Facebook.
Shares of the social network company rose by $7.11, or 4.50 percent, on Tuesday, hitting their highest level since March 22. The biggest boost came while Zuckerberg testified.
While testifying before the Senate, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg dodged providing a definition of what constituted “hate speech” on the Facebook platform.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg claimed that Facebook would not exist without net neutrality. However, the company was founded before any net neutrality rules existed.
Appearing before the Senate, Mark Zuckerberg admitted that Facebook is responsible for content posted on their platform.
Sen. Ted Cruz grilled Mark Zuckerberg over political bias at Facebook.
While testifying before the Senate, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg refused to confirm that Facebook tracks users activity even after they leave the website.
“You dont think you have a monopoly?” Graham asked.
“It certainly doesnt feel like that to me,” Zuckerberg said.
Global advocacy group Avaaz has set up 100 cardboard cutouts of Mark Zuckerberg on the Capitol lawn, calling for Facebook to further censor itself.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will testify before the House Energy and Commerce Committee today after testifying before the Senate Commerce and Judiciary Committees yesterday. Just nine of the 55 members on the Committee have not received any donations from Facebook or groups associated with it. Though the legacy media want the focus of the hearing to be about privacy, the bigger issue is whether Facebook is working to blunt the influence of right-of-center news outlets and personalities while propping up establishment outlets and those in good standing with them. Breitbart Tech reported this week that since Facebooks algorithm alteration, legacy media outlets like CNN have seen “remarkable” increases in engagement on the social-media platform while non-legacy outlets on the right have seen the biggest drops.
Mark Zuckerberg, believing in Facebooks “unprecedented role in the world,” would rather lead his social-media company than be president of the United States.
Facebook and entities associated with it have donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to Senators who will grill CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday afternoon.
As J.J. Sefton at Ace of Spades so accurately points out, if you take a look at the lay of the land today, what you will see is a coordinated and massive assault against some of our most cherished rights — namely the First (Facebook), Second (David Hogg), and Fourth Amendments (Robert Mueller) of the Constitution, all of which are under assault.
Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg is set to testify Tuesday before a joint hearing of the Senate Judiciary and Commerce Committees about data privacy concerns.