Having spent years defending itself against claims of being a publisher — instead, claiming to be a “platform” — Facebook has now admitted in court filings that it is a publisher. The reversal comes in another attempt at defending itself, but may open the company up to a plethora of major libel suits.
VIDEO - The Pentagon's research arm DARPA is developing AI for the sake of fighting "fake news," or falsified photos, videos, and audio. Joe Wolverton speaks to The New American on why this slippery slope is going to be problem down the road.
The Trump administration is reportedly considering a plan to collect data on Americans via smart devices to determine whether they show a potential for violence.
The Police State with full Surveillance State capability is not coming; it is already here. And private citizens are purchasing and installing the apparatus used to build it. Amazon-owned Ring, which sells video doorbells and other security cameras, announced last week that it has “partnered” with more than 400 police departments across the United States to create the Neighbors Active Law Enforcement Map using the video feeds from doorbells bought, paid for, and installed by private citizens.
Google, Amazon, and Apple Smart Speakers are suspected of carrying on secret surveillance of private and intimate conversations in the homes of consumers.
A recently disclosed hacking operation that ran for two and a half years and had “attacked thousands of [iPhone] users a week” was used to steal nearly all data stored on and used by those devices.
Facebook removed a post by this magazine’s parent organization, The John Birch Society, as a violation of “Hate Speech” in mid-July, and demonetized all video posts by JBS for a month because that post included a graphic of the July 8 issue of this magazine’s print edition carrying the title “Immigrant Invasion” and a real photograph of illegal aliens illegally crossing a border fence, but Facebook has backed down.
VIDEO - Dr. Pesta interviews Stefan Molyneux, the founder and host of Freedomain Radio, the largest and most popular philosophical show in the world. Molyneux discusses how online censorship by the big tech companies and social medial platforms stifles debate and inhibits the free exchange of ideas.
Whistleblower Zachary Vorhies has come out of the shadows to shed more light on Google's censorship of conservatives and the company’s tactics of intimidation against employees who dissent from its left-wing bias.
VIDEO - Dr. Duke Pesta talks with contributor Luis Miguel about the conundrum conservatives are encountering with big tech censorship that has been happening. Does the government intervene with the tech sector, or does it stay out of the problems of the private companies? Miguel offers insight, as well as updates and speculation from what the Trump administration might do.