In response to President Trump’s social media ban, the Polish government wants to protect posts that do not break nation’s laws. Many officials denounced the bans and are working on a draft law officially aimed at combatting online “censorship.” “The censorship of freedom of speech, the domain of totalitarian and authoritarianContinue Reading

On Thursday, U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) introduced the Local News and Broadcast Media Preservation Act, filed as S. 5058, which would give local broadcasters and newspapers much-needed relief from outdated government restrictions that are currently threatening their ability to succeed in an evolving media environment. “With the rise ofContinue Reading

After an article on the Tallahassee Democrat “for calling out judge candidate Kevin Alvarez for being a social media troll of the worst kind,” Peter Schorsch asks Judicial candidate Kevin Alvarez “Why is this guy even running for Judge?” Alvarez is the criminal defense lawyer running against incumbent Circuit Judge Angela Dempsey, nowContinue Reading

NBC News is now being targeting for influencing Google to punish two conservative news sites, The Federalist and ZeroHedge, by pulling their Google ad networks due to”pushing unsubstantiated claims” about the Black Lives Matter movement. Google clarified, claiming that The Federalist “was never demonetized,” and adding, “We worked with themContinue Reading

In a new YouTube video, titled “EA SPORTS TRIED TO BRAINWASH MY 9 YEAR OLD SON,” Brandon Tatum takes aim at the social justice message by EA Sports on their sports games, particularly Madden. Tatum’s intense message to the audience centers around a call from his son to report aContinue Reading

The Orlando Police Department arrested a man, Kelvin Williams III, Thursday, for inciting riots and looting of Orlando Premium Outlets on social media. Williams, 20, was identified as a potential gang member and awareness rose as May 31 as OPD’s Gang Unit had been monitoring social media for “intelligence, specificallyContinue Reading

Hernando County Sheriff’s Office have arrested a man, David Allen Howell, for attempting to “incite an altercation” by pulling a machete out of his pants. Howell, 34, of Zolfo Springs, was part of the George Floyd march Friday evening, stopping at both the Hernando County Courthouse and Hernando Park. DeputiesContinue Reading

LinkedIn’s CEO Ryan Roslansky  apologized to staff after anonymous employees made “appalling comments” about racism and diversity during a company wide meeting. “We are not and will not be a company or platform where racism or hateful speech is allowed,” Roslansky wrote in an email to staff that was alsoContinue Reading

New York Times Magazine reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones drew backlash on Tuesday when she claimed that the destruction of property “is not violence.” During an interview with CBSN, Hannah-Jones was asked how the rioting and looting from the George Floyd protests should be “interpreted.” “I think we need to be very carefulContinue Reading

Tensions are escalating inside Facebook over the social platform’s laissez-faire approach to the president’s posts. Hundreds of Facebook employees, in rare public criticism on Monday of their own company, protested executives’ decision not to do anything about inflammatory posts that President Trump had placed on the giant social media platformContinue Reading

President Trump signed an executive order yesterday for government agencies to enforce speech protections across the Internet as the editorial liberties and censorship from Silicon Valley companies continues to expand. Section 230 is a signature piece of legislation that protects outlets from lawsuits from content posted by users. Many socialContinue Reading

Governor DeSantis

OPINION The Tampa Bay Times editorial board took aim at Gov. Ron DeSantis, circling the wagons around Rebekah Jones, calling the incident a “smear job by DeSantis’ office” to elevate Jones beyond her credentials and actual contributions. “Gov. Ron DeSantis loves to share praise from Washington about Florida’s handling ofContinue Reading

Barbershops and salons are allowed to reopen in most counties in Florida tomorrow, Monday, May 11, but getting a haircut will certainly be different than the last time you got a snip. Governor Ron DeSantis issued the following guidelines for those opening on Monday: -All customers will be by appointmentContinue Reading

In his recent Washington Post editorial Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg called for regulation for “harmful content, election integrity, privacy and data portability.” Zuckerberg’s proposal appears to be part of an effort to set clear oversight principles for the industry and shift the burden for monitoring itself badly, which it does. “However, decidingContinue Reading