Students at Harvard University have accused Israel of “systematic oppression and ethnic cleansing,” and are demanding the university condemn Israel’s so-called “excessive use of force,” and divest from companies that do business with Israel.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and a major proponent of cryptocurrency, has announced that the company will no longer accept Bitcoin as a form of payment for its cars citing Bitcoin mining’s “great cost to the environment.”
A new report alleges that seven Apple suppliers may have used forced Uyghur labor in China. An Apple spokesperson claims, “We will continue doing all we can to protect workers and ensure they are treated with dignity and respect.”
Morgan Wright, chief security officer for the SentinelOne cybersecurity corporation and former senior adviser to the U.S. State Department Antiterrorism Assistance Program, joined SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Wednesday’s edition of Breitbart News Daily to discuss the cyberattack that crippled the Colonial pipeline and caused fuel shortages across the eastern United States.
The University of Michigan’s student government issued a statement this week accusing Israel of “ethnic cleansing” in reaction to the country’s response to Palestinian terrorists launching dozens of rockets at Israel from Gaza. According to the public university’s student government, “This is not a ‘conflict,’ but emblematic of Israeli settler-colonialism, ethnic cleansing, and apartheid.”
GasBuddy, an app that helps users to find the best availability and prices on fuel, has topped Apple’s App Store this week amidst the gas shortage caused by the recent ransomware cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline. The app has proved so popular that its servers have experienced outages this week.
Morgan Wright, the Chief Security Advisor at SentinelOne and former Senior Advisor of the U.S. State Department and the Anti-Terrorism Assistance Program, appeared on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow on Wednesday to discuss the recent rise in ransomware attacks. According to Wright, “if you remove the ability to monetize this, these gangs are out of business because they’re only in it for one reason — to make money.”
Model Courtney Stodden says left-wing activist and Cravings cookware pitchman Chrissy Teigen once told her to kill herself, and said “The View” co-host Joy Behar had called her a “slut” while she was being groomed by actor Doug Hutchison as a teen.
A recent report from the Associated Press claims that an army of fake bot accounts have been boosting China’s messaging on Twitter, and the platform was slow to take action to stop the propaganda campaign.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has purchased a 417-foot superyacht that is so massive it requires its own “support yacht” with a helipad that will follow Bezos’ new $500 million toy wherever it sails.
The political action committee Fight for Schools launched a recall effort against six members of Virginia’s Loudoun County School Board on Tuesday. The effort centers around an ongoing feud involving critical race theory.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) told Breitbart News exclusively that she is opposed to a proposal called the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA), which would allow establishment media outlets to form a cartel to pressure big tech companies for more censorship and special favors with a special media antitrust exemption.
Off-camera, Joe Biden’s advisors told him the feed was live.
44 state attorneys general are urging Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg not to follow through with his company’s plan to develop a version of Instagram aimed at children under the age of 13. In a letter sent to Zuckerberg, the attorneys general note: “Further, Facebook has historically failed to protect the welfare of children on its platforms.”
The Beaverton Black Parent Union in Oregon is offering a “Black Student Graduation Ceremony,” separate from the main high school graduation.
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) told Breitbart News on Tuesday that too few elected officials view Big Tech’s left-wing censorship as a problem.
A recent report from GLAAD has stated that Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, and Twitter are all “effectively unsafe for LGBTQ users.”
The recent lawsuit between Epic Games and Apple has revealed a number of details about a 2015 App Store hack in which malware was loaded into thousands of iPhone apps. The malware impacted about 128 million iPhone users.
Spotify podcast superstar Joe Rogan said large, Democrat-run cities like Los Angeles and New York City may “be irreversibly f*cked” due to public health measures, lockdowns, travel and work restrictions in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to a recent NBC News poll, the majority of Americans say that they use social media at least once a day and also believe that platforms like Facebook and Twitter are dividing the nation rather than bringing it together. 77 percent of conservatives believe social media platforms are dividing the country.
Chinese state-run media has been caught attempting to pass off an edited video of the mountains of Switzerland as if it was actually a picturesque “glamour” film from China.
Rep. Ken Buck is continuing to co-sponsor and promote a bill that would allow big media companies to form a cartel to pressure tech companies for more censorship and special favors by creating a special antitrust carve-out for them.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Commissioner Brendan Carr decried on Monday Baltimore, Maryland State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s call for an investigation against a news station a “chilling and direct attack on free speech.”
Coffee powerhouse Starbucks is said to be considering leaving social media giant Facebook over the “negative/insensitive, hate speech-related comments” the company receives on posts related to social justice issues.
Dartmouth Medical School has accused 17 students of cheating while taking tests online. Seven of the cases have already been dismissed after the school admitted the students might not have cheated at all. In the past year, many students have had to take exams remotely, as in-person classes have been canceled due to rules implemented in response to the Chinese coronavirus.
Despite unified GOP opposition including from Leader Kevin McCarthy and Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Jim Jordan, Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO), at the bidding of establishment media and News Corp lobbyists, continues to push the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA), a Democrat-backed bill that would allow Big Media companies to form a cartel to pressure tech companies for more censorship and special favors.
Over the past year, Big Tech has greatly increased the rate of censorship online. Breitbart News has reported on these efforts extensively, here are five of the most serious acts of censorship by the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe.