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.
Employees from a California firm revealed that Facebook hired them to review the audio of users who used Messenger’s voice transcription feature.
Former Google employee Kevin Cernekee, who was fired in June 2018, says the tech behemoth is working overtime to ensure that Donald Trump loses the 2020 election.
Kevin Cernekee, a former engineer for Google, claims to have been fired because he advocated for conservative employees who had been subjected to harassment and retaliation by company superiors.
Facebook has continually denied that it participates in the practice of shadow banning — a method of blocking a users’ posts or comments from everyone except the user who made the post or comment. But a newly granted patent shows that Facebook not only does practice shadow banning, but wants to protect — by patent — the method it uses for doing so.
Google-owned YouTube has been exposed by an insider-turned-whistleblower for manipulating search results related to “sensitive” issues, icluding abortion and the Federal Reserve.
VIDEO - Bill Jasper and Dr. Duke Pesta discuss the wave of bans that have happened across the majority of social media platforms particularly targeted towards conservatives. Jasper points out the obvious bias, stating a slew of violent supporting profiles of the left, which remain undisciplined by the company's conduct policy.
A Project Veritas video interview with a senior Google engineer confirms what many already expected, even if they couldn’t prove it: Google and other Big Tech companies are manipulating both people and the political process.
Facebook is looking to launch a new cryptocurrency Libra in 2020. With its record of privacy scandals, is it a good idea for them to be involved in peoples' personal finances?
Facebook is now collecting information about its users’ offline activity so it can label them “hate agents” if they run afoul of the shifting set of rules the social media giant employs to control speech.