Alarms are being raised over the growing power of social media giants to censor free speech on their platforms. One America’s Hans Hubbard reports.
Parler is firing back at Amazon after the company blocked the social media app from its web services. Parler officials filed a lawsuit Monday, alleging Amazon violated anti-trust laws and breached its contract by suspending the app, which is frequently used by conservatives.
Many Americans are wondering how far Big Tech can go to silence conservatives after the censorship of President Trump. OAN White House Correspondent Jenn Pellegrino has more.
Some of the world’s biggest companies said on Sunday they will suspend donations to U.S lawmakers who voted against certifying the election for Joe Biden.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel called President Trump’s Twitter ban “problematic,” while raising ethical questions behind the decision.
Mexico’s president criticizes the social media censorship of President Trump.
Businessman and Shark Tank star Kevin O’Leary defended free speech in light of President Trump’s suspension from multiple social media platforms.
Twitter has taken their censorship to a whole new level by locking the President’s personal account. On Wednesday, the social media giant announced their plan to permanently ban President Trump from the platform unless he deletes three of his tweets from January 6, which called attention to blatant voter fraud and addressed demonstrators on Capitol Hill.
After Hours catches up with Clay Clark – host of Thrivetime – to discuss the growing dangers of big tech takeover.