Texas AG Ken Paxton has filed a lawsuit against Google for collecting biometric data. The case was filed in response to a federal appeals court's upholding of a Texas statute last month, which opens the door for legal action against social media corporations that engage in content moderation.
Google's advertising contributed $209.5 billion in revenues to the corporation in its fiscal year 2021. Now, a class action lawsuit exposes Google's opaque data-mining practices.
Forget Big Brother, Big MUM is Google's new tool for suppressing conservatives.
Big Tech's War On Freedom

Big Tech’s War On Freedom

The 1998 movie Enemy of the State starring Gene Hackman and Will Smith seemed like fiction at the time. Why I didn’t regard that movie – which still holds up in nearly every detail – as a warning I do not know. It pulls back the curtain on the close working relationship between national security agencies and the communications industry – spying, censorship, blackmailing, and worse. Today, it seems not just a warning but a description of reality.
We tried to run a simple two question survey to find out just how safe or unsafe the vaccines are. Google refused to let us ask the questions.
Many of us with a libertarian frame of mind presume as a matter of theory that the interests of business are at odds with those of government. That’s generally true for businesses of a certain size. The regulations and taxes one faces in running an enterprise in the “land of free” are utterly shocking, as any small business owner can tell you. Even gaining the legal right to pay an employee is an arduous undertaking.
In a polarized political environment where working across party lines is rare, legislative measures to break up Big Tech monopolies have received support from both ends of the aisle. This reaction is owed to recently-released classified documents that could help lawmakers break up Big Tech companies.
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry and Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt have served Fauci with a lawsuit accusing him of colluding with Big Tech to suppress free speech.
Microsoft wants to demonstrate its efforts to its US supporters in an effort to win a piece of the $15 billion funding set aside by the Pentagon. So, Microsoft is taking over Ukraine's digital networks at Pentagon's behest.
The social credit score has yet another unflattering facet - new dystopian law that would give all social media users a ‘truth score.’