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Indiana AG launches probe into Big Tech giants over “censoring” of conservative content as red states get tired of waiting for Congress to do something
Former President Donald Trump regularly cajoled Congress to take up the issue of Big Tech censorship of right-leaning and conservative content, only to see a few lawmakers — Republicans all — pick up the gauntlet and demand that Section 230 be repealed so the platforms could be treated like publishers. Read More.
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YouTube censors DeSantis COVID-19 roundtable challenging lockdown consensus
YouTube has removed a video of a public health roundtable hosted by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) with a panel of scientists and researchers who challenged the effectiveness of COVID-19 lockdowns and masks, claiming the discussion violated its Community Guidelines. Read More.
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Email Collection Forms Improve Performance Of Online Videos
Consumers are more willing to give their email address to businesses when engaging with video content, according to data released Wednesday. Read More.
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Half a billion Facebook users had their personal data leaked online and the company has no plans to notify them about it
Facebook reportedly has not alerted any of its more than half a billion users who recently had their personal data — including their names and phone numbers — leaked online in a data breach, and according to Reuters, the company has no plans to do so moving forward. Read More.
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Un-Canceled: SF School Board Formally Rescinds Move To Rename Schools After Lincoln, Washington, Feinstein
The San Francisco Board of Education has formally reversed its decision to rename more than forty public schools with names they deemed problematic or connected to racism and oppression, including schools named after George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, several months after their attempted rebranding initiative tossed them into the national spotlight.  Read More.
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The Buzz On B2B: Email Is Tops For Both Acquisition And Retention
Email remains the top tool for both retention and acquisition in B2B, but search may be coming up on the inside, judging by MeritB2B’s Q1 2021 Marketing Trends Report.  Read More.
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Indiana Attorney General Begins Probe into Five Big Tech Corporations for Conservative Censorship Involving Biden’s Nominee Vanita Gupta
Indiana Attorney General has begun investigations into five Big Tech corporations for censorship of conservative content involving Joe Biden’s nominee, Vanita Gupta. Read More.
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ACLU caught sharing sensitive donor information with Facebook, Google
A new update to the privacy policy of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) reveals that the so-called defender of free speech is sharing sensitive information about its donors to “service providers” such as Facebook and Google. Read More.
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Nolte: Disgraced ’60 Minutes’ ‘Goes Dark’ with Debunked Ron DeSantis Hoax
60 Minutes, the long-disgraced television news magazine at far-left CBS, has “gone dark” with a now-debunked hoax it launched to smear Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), per Fox News. Read More.
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Facebook ‘Fact-Checking’ Site Claims Without Evidence That Pete Buttigieg Rode His Bike All The Way To Work Like A Big Boy
Facebook is censoring stories about Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg’s commute to work last week, using a “fact check” from a group called Lead Stories. Read More.
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Georgia Republicans want Coca-Cola products removed from their offices after CEO criticizes new voting law
A group of Republican legislators in Georgia want Coca-Cola products removed from their offices after the company's CEO criticized the new election reforms signed into law by Gov. Brian Kemp (R). Read More.
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5 Crucial Components of a Strong Brand Strategy
Essential aspects of building a lasting and impactful brand Read More.
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Trump calls for Republicans to boycott companies amid voting law controversy
Former President Trump on Saturday called for Republicans and conservatives to boycott a sweeping number of companies amid controversy surrounding new voting laws. Read More.
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Texas Senate approves bill to stop social media companies from banning Texans for political views
The Texas Senate early Thursday approved a bill that would prohibit social media companies with at least 100 million monthly users from blocking, banning, demonetizing or discriminating against a user based on their viewpoint or their location within Texas. Read More.

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