Marketers, Stop Apologizing: It's OK To Use Data
Like medieval monks lashing themselves for past sins, marketers have been wincing in shame at their data behavior. Read More.
Apple, Google block Alexei Navalny’s app in act of ‘political censorship’
Apple and Google stand accused of “political censorship” after the companies removed an app created by imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navanly under pressure from the Kremlin.  Read More.
5 Tips to Write Powerful Marketing Messaging That Converts
Whether it’s your homepage copy, your Facebook ads, or the CTA in your latest ebook, anytime you communicate with people through words, you have an opportunity to make an impact through your marketing messaging. Read More.
Cancel culture hits hardest at nation’s highest-ranked colleges
Over the past six years, one of the worst places to be, in terms of getting targeted, punished or canceled for what you say, has been on campus at an elite American college. Read More.
Hong Kong police invoke security law to censor online posts
The organizers of Hong Kong's annual commemoration of the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown are deleting the contents of the group's website and social media accounts under order of police. Read More.
Nicki Minaj Says She Was Locked Out of Twitter Shortly After Sharing Tucker Carlson Clip
Nicki Minaj caused quite a stir on Twitter this week after urging people to “pray on it” and not let people bully you into getting a vaccine if it is not right for you. Read More.
Google Blocks Ad for Safe and Effective Abortion-Pill Reversal
According to pro-life organization Live Action, Google has banned all of the group’s online advertising and prohibited the group from promoting its new video featuring a life-like reproduction of how an unborn baby develops in the womb. Read More.
5 Highly Effective Ways to Promote Your Blog
Are you looking for effective ways to promote your blog? Read More.
Why the ideologies behind 'Woke' and Cancel Culture are putting our democracy in jeopardy
For many years in the United States, then Canada, the United Kingdom and now in the rest of Europe, censorship, ostracism, anathemas, threats, destruction or vandalism of works of art, attempts at linguistic and historical revision, and media lynching campaigns on social networks have been spreading, carried out by activists or associations of gender or racialised minorities. Read More.
More Preelection Censorship: Internet Regulator Shuts Down Website Focused On Putin's Future
In the latest example of the Russian authorities' widening censorship campaign ahead of State Duma elections, the country's Internet regulator has ordered the shutdown of an independent website aimed at helping voters learn about candidates. ​​​​​​​ Read More.
Universities must do more to address censorship by students and staff on campus
Censorship by the campus Left does not take a break during the school year, not even on the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Read More.
FEC defends Twitter over Hunter Biden censorship in a decision based on lies
So the Federal Election Commission has decided Twitter violated no election laws when it censored the New York Post’s reporting on Hunter Biden’s laptop ahead of the 2020 election. ​​​​​​​ Read More.
Texas Governor Signs Bill Barring Social Media Companies From Censoring Views
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, signed a law Thursday preventing social media companies from banning users for their political views. Read More.

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