Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has just given the people of his state the power to fight back against Social Media censorship. The Governor recently signed into law Senate Bill 7072 that will allow people of his state to sue Big Tech, if they unfairly censor a person’s post or ban a person’s account.
In an interview with Fox News, popular YouTuber and podcaster Tim Pool had a different take on why three Tech Giants, Google, Apple and Amazon targeted Parler, a popular free speech social media site that was taking on Twitter.
Over the past three weeks, the popular free-speech social media platform, Gab, has been banned by three different banks. With the banning of conservative voices on Big Tech, free-speech social media platforms such as Gab have flourished much to the annoyance of Big Tech and the mainstream media.
According to reports, both Facebook and Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, have decided to censor a book written by a woman, Dr. Carrie Gress, a professor at Pontifex University. In her book, she focused on the toxicity of modern feminism.
In a recent speech, Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis revealed several measures that he will be implementing to protect the citizens of Florida from Big Tech censorship. People are starting to fight back against the rogue actions of Social media giants that are censoring free speech and targeting conservative and religious voices. Breitbart explains: In a 45-minute speech, the governor identified Big Tech companies as the leading threat to American democracy and freedom of expression today, and pledged that Florida Republicans would take action. The new regulations announced by DeSantis include: * Mandatory opt-outs from big tech’s content filters, a solution to tech censorship first proposed by Breitbart News in 2018.* A private right of action for Floridian citizens against tech companies that violate this condition.* Fines of $100,000 per day levied on tech companies that suspend candidates for elected office in Florida from their platforms.* Daily fines for any tech company “that uses their content and user-related algorithms to suppress or prioritize the access of any content related to a political candidate or cause on the …
A new poll of Americans by Pew Research reveals that over 70% of Americans believe that Social Media companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, have too much political power and influence.
According to CBN, Sean Feucht, a worship leader associated with Bethel Music, recently shared several social media posts that Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are now censoring worship and praise videos. Apparently, Feucht was going to places where there has been rioting and then posting videos of praise and worship from these locations. And while these social media corporations allowed posts of actual rioting, somehow praise and worship songs was considered insensitive or harmful and removed. Feucht tweeted: While @Facebook @instagram @Twitter promote the content of violence, rioting & destruction, they are actively CENSORING worship, prayer, peaceful protest & anything going against their fear-mongering narrative. My feed and many others is proof.#ChangeTheNarrative — Sean Feucht (@seanfeucht) June 23, 2020 Feucht reports that Instagram justified the removal of his praise and worship videos because they were classified as “harmful” or containing “false information”: This is what we’ve come to in America! Instagram is now classifying my WORSHIP videos as “harmful or false information” Religious Liberty? Freedom of Speech? Big Tech censorship? pic.twitter.com/I7s6HUfKH4 — Sean Feucht (@seanfeucht) June …