Despite many of the claims being easily debunked, countless users believe them to be true.
On Aug 4, 2021 by Mikael Thalen
TikTokers are sharing their own experiences in YouTube’s ‘alt-right pipeline’
I filmed the Capitol riots—YouTube suspended me for ‘pushing’ election disinformation
A major net neutrality domino toppled in California—will other states follow?
The username and profile picture attached to the ad made it look like it came from Amazon.
On Aug 4, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich
State Rep. Randy Fine says he was just problem solving.
On Aug 4, 2021 by Claire Goforth
The researchers say Facebook's decision has 'effectively ended' the work they were doing.
TikTok has destroyed their reach at a critical time.
On Aug 4, 2021 by Elisa Shoenberger
Reddit says the ban stems from policies that prohibit inciting violence or promoting hate.
On Aug 3, 2021 by Mikael Thalen
Old tweets are also resurfacing after a state investigation found that Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women.
42% of those polled were 'dissatisfied' to some degree about broadband costs.
On Aug 3, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich
Here is a look at tech and politics news from the last week.
The company was sued for 'Zoomboming' and sharing data with big tech companies.
HART's sourcing is dubious at best.
On Aug 3, 2021 by David Covucci, Andrew Wyrich
The manager of the restaurant asserts that the loans were used in accordance with federal guidelines.
On Aug 2, 2021 by Phil West