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    The beta site for former President Donald Trump's new social media network, called TRUTH Social, was hacked just hours after it was announced.  Several tech reporters found the site, entered it and created fake profiles for Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence.   The hack occurred within two hours of Trump's Wednesday night announcement that TRUTH Social would be launched...
    Internet trolls flooded former President Donald Trump's TRUTH Social within hours of the new social media platform's announcement. Users flocked to the site Wednesday night after Canadian hacker Aubrey Cottle posted a URL connecting a mobile beta that allowed them to register fake accounts, just hours after the initial announcement and before the site was officially open. "COME...
    Fox News host Greg Gutfeld took aim at the media on Tuesday for turning a blind eye as Democrats move to pass controversial legislation that would propel the country into what he called an "authoritarian utopia."  Gutfeld's comment came in reaction to the Biden administration's agreement to scale back a proposal that could force banks to turn over customers' account...
    QAnon world is being flooded with a currency scam in the form of ‘Trumpcoins’ peddled by fake celebrity accounts purporting to be Elon Musk, Mel Gibson, Kirstie Alley, and even Denzel Washington. As hosts Will Sommer and Asawin Suebsaeng explain in this week’s episode of Fever Dreams, the Trumpcoin boasts a “Keep America Great” logo and “sort of a Trumpian...
    Chase bank last week sent a letter to General Michael Flynn's wife informing her they were canceling her credit card because she posed a 'reputational risk' to the company, only to backtrack days later and claim it was an 'error'.   Dated August 20, it was on a letterhead, with the suffix of the Flynn it was addressed to starred out,...
    Simply put, according to the Washington Post, the Taliban and its numerous agents have become adept at following the rules of Twitter.Why Trump’s banned and the Taliban aren’t: they play by the rules. https://t.co/5y5no9ZnmN — mark seibel (@mark seibel)1629296914.0What are the details?"The Taliban of today is immensely savvy with technology and social media — nothing like the group it was...
    TWITTER has refused to join its social media counterparts in banning Taliban officials from its platform – despite upholding its permanent block of Donald Trump. In a statement Tuesday, the microblogging site said Taliban spokesmen would be allowed to tweet provided they refrain from promoting violence. 3Twitter has refused to ban the Taliban from its platformCredit: Getty - Contributor 3Taliban...
    Twitter has refused to join its social media counterparts in banning the Taliban from its platform, saying it'll monitor content to ensure there aren't messages 'glorifying violence.' The move is in stark contrast to the company's Big Tech rivals. Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram (both owned by Facebook), TikTok and YouTube have all banned and terminated accounts that are related to,...
    Facebook on Tuesday reiterated its ban on accounts that support, praise, or represent the Taliban as the militant group has rapidly swept through much of Afghanistan, including the capital city of Kabul. The policy, which falls under the company's Dangerous Organizations provisions, is enforced by a "dedicated team of Afghanistan experts who are native Dari and Pashto speakers, and...
    It’s been just barely a month since the launch of Gettr, the right-wing MAGA social media site presenting itself as a free-speech-loving “marketplace of ideas,” and things are already a mess. The Twitter knockoff is the brainchild of longtime (now former) Trump adviser Jason Miller, who has touted the site as a place that “doesn’t de-platform for political beliefs.”...
    If there's anything that right-wing chat platforms promising uncensored "free speech" like Gab and Parler have proven, it's that such predicates ensure the platforms will quickly be inundated with the worst people in the world—bigots spewing death threats, hatemongers, disinformation artists, conspiracy theorists, vile misogynists, and terrorists of all stripes. The kind of clients that will doom such networks to...
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    There are times in all of our lives when we struggle with pressure, which rises exponentially as the stakes grow graver.  And then there is the added pressure of those who perform on the public stage. In the Tokyo Olympics, gymnast Simone Biles abruptly pulled out, saying she wants to "focus on my mental health" rather than attempting her dangerous...
    Officers who defended the Capitol during the Jan. 6 insurrection offered powerful and often emotional testimony before lawmakers on Tuesday, recounting scenes of chaos, violence and destruction as the House select committee kicked off its investigation into the insurrection.  The civil and somber hearing marked the first meeting of the select committee to investigate the day’s events, a panel with...
    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) has unblocked critics on his Twitter account and agreed to not block anyone in the future, ending a First Amendment lawsuit against him. The agreement was filed Friday in an Austin-based federal case brought against him by nine Twitter users who had been blocked from Paxton’s @KenPaxtonTX Twitter account after criticizing him or his policies.  The...
    Former President Donald Trump plans to sue Facebook, Twitter, and Google, arguing they have wrongfully censored his accounts on their platforms, Trump announced Wednesday. The class action lawsuit, first reported by The Associated Press, will have Trump as the lead plantiff and will demand that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Google CEO Sundar Pichai reinstate his...
    A NEW social media app set up by allies of Donald Trump was hacked on its official July 4 launch day. The hack targeted GETTR's most popular verified users which included the app's founder Jason Miller and Majorie Taylor-Greene. 4GETTR's most popular verified users were hacked this morningCredit: Alamy 4Donald Trump's allies set up the appCredit: AFP 4Jason Miller was...
    hoto by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images News broke Thursday that the Trump Justice Department subpoenaed Apple for the communications of top House Intel Committee Democrats Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell in a leak investigation. Now there’s reporting on just how broad the request was. CNN reported Friday night that according to Apple, “the department demanded metadata on 73 phone numbers and...
    Win McNamee/Getty Images A Pennsylvania man has been charged with impersonating members of former President Donald Trump’s family — including his 15-year-old son Barron — to bilk unsuspecting MAGA fans out of a massive fundraising haul. In a release Tuesday afternoon, the Justice Department announced the arrest of 22-year-old Joshua Hall of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania on charges of wire fraud...
    DONALD Trump won't be returning to Facebook anytime soon. The Oversight Board of the social media giant has rendered a final decision. 3Two year banCredit: Facebook Why was Donald Trump banned from Facebook? Retroactively from January 7, 2021, Donald Trump has been banned from Facebook because of what the company is calling his role in the Capitol Riots....
    Former President Donald Trump isn't going to “like" Facebook’s decision to keep him in cyber jail through at least much of 2023. Poll Do You Support Extending Trump's Facebook Ban Through 2023? Yes No Submit Vote View Results Subscribe to the results of this poll We'll send you an email when the poll is complete. Subscribe Get Daily...
    Former President Donald Trump slammed Facebook in a statement Friday after the social media giant announced he would be banned from the platform for at least another two years. “Facebook’s ruling is an insult to the record-setting 75M people, plus many others, who voted for us in the 2020 Rigged Presidential Election,” Trump said, repeating the false and evidenceless claims...
    By Barbara Ortutay | The Associated Press Facebook says it will suspend former President Donald Trump’s accounts for two years following its finding that he stoked violence ahead of the deadly Jan.6 insurrection. “At the end of this period, we will look to experts to assess whether the risk to public safety has receded. We will evaluate external factors, including...
    Facebook announced Friday that it would maintain its suspension of former President Donald Trump's participation in the social media site for an additional two years – until January 2023. The company responded in a statement after its oversight board announced Trump's suspension from Facebook and Instagram, but without providing an end date. It cited the 'gravity' of the conduct that got...
    Facebook plans to stop shielding politicians from content moderation after Donald Trump spent years posting controversial remarks before being permanently suspended in January over the Capitol riots, it has been reported. The social media giant is set to announce the policy reversal as soon as Friday as Facebook has faced international criticism for its hands-off approach to moderating controversial posts...
    A Facebook spokesperson quickly shot down speculation on Wednesday that former President Donald Trump's accounts on both Facebook and Instagram were back in his control. "No. Nothing about the status of President Trump's presence on our platform has changed. He remains indefinitely suspended," Andy Stone, a Facebook spokesman, said in a tweet. The tweet comes in response to social media...
    Prosecutors investigating Rudy Giuliani seized material from an email account used by Ukraine's former chief prosecutor, a figure who played a key role in former President Donald Trump’s first impeachment and who the former New York mayor hoped would supply dirt on Joe Biden, according to an unsealed court document. Giuliani is the subject of a long running investigation into...
    Twitter confirmed Thursday that it pulled the plug on several accounts trying to skirt its ban on former President Donald Trump by promoting his blog posts.  The ex-president launched a page on his website earlier this week promising comment "straight from the desk of Donald J Trump."  The page was made public just before Facebook's independent oversight board on Wednesday...
    Twitter suspended an account Thursday that posted statements from former President Donald Trump’s website, stating that the posts violated company rules against ban evasion. An account with the handle “@DJTDesk” appeared on the platform Thursday morning. The account’s bio section stated it would share statements from the former president’s website Save America, NBC News first reported. The account was suspended...
    By Elizabeth Culliford | Reuters Twitter Inc suspended several accounts this week that were set up to share statements from a new part of former U.S. President Donald Trump’s website, saying they broke its rules against evading an account ban. Trump was banned from Twitter, where he had more than 88 million followers, and multiple other social media platforms following...
    Bradley Cortright May 6, 2021 0 Comments Twitter took action against an account that was sharing tweets with content that was copied from former President Donald Trump‘s new social media tool. The account named “The Desk of Donald J. Trump” was sharing posts from the former president’s new website, “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump,” on Twitter. The...
    Twitter has been taking "enforcement action" on accounts that exist solely to repost the content from former President Donald Trump's new communications platform. Trump earlier this week unveiled "From the Desk of Donald J. Trump," a communications platform that allows him to communicate with his followers by posting images, videos and commentary after he was banned from social media platforms...
    A Twitter account purportedly made by Donald Trump's communications team has been suspended just one day after it was created.  The account, @DJTDesk, was said to have been set up to share statements from the former President which will also be published on his new website - 'From the Desk of Donald J. Trump'. That website, which was launched earlier...
    Calls to delete Facebook accounts trended on Twitter Wednesday morning after the platform's independent Oversight Board decided to keep former President Donald Trump's account banned on the website. Thousands of Twitter posts with the hashtag #DeleteFacebook were used on Twitter on Wednesday. Some of the tweets were encouraging Facebook users to delete their accounts on the platform, alleging unfair censorship,...
    Loading the player... The Facebook Oversight Board is tasked with deciding whether or not the ban on former President Donald Trump‘s accounts will be permanent or if his platform will be reinstated. Read More: Study: Facebook delivers biased job ads, skewed by gender The Hill reported Trump was suspended from Facebook after posts he made regarding the Jan. 6...
    Former President Donald Trump has been banned from Facebook since January Facebook's oversight board will finally announce on Wednesday whether it will allow former President Donald Trump to use the social media site again, four months after banning him over the Capitol riot. The oversight board was due to announce its decision in mid April but delayed it. On Monday,...
    Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe has announced he will sue Twitter for defamation, after the social network permanently blocked his account and accused him of operating fake accounts. O'Keefe,  36, had his account closed on Thursday. The day before, he had published another embarrassing clip of a CNN camera director, Charlie Chester, on a Tinder date with an undercover operative...
    Critics accused Twitter Thursday of banning Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe from its platform over the right-wing guerilla news outlet's damning exposé of CNN. Project Veritas relaunched its #ExposeCNN campaign this week by sharing footage of CNN technical director Charles Chester revealing the liberal network's dirty laundry. In the footage, Chester claimed that CNN's "focus" during the 2020 election campaign was to "get rid of" President Trump,...
    Twitter will not allow an archive of former President Donald Trump’s account on its platform. The Masters of the Universe stated: “Given that we permanently suspended @realDonaldTrump, the content from the account will not appear on Twitter as it did previously or as archived administration accounts do currently.” The Hill reports that Twitter has forbid an account that archived posts from...
    In a statement shared with Politico, Twitter says it won’t allow the National Archives to make tweets Donald Trump sent from his @realDonaldTrump account as president available for people to see and interact with on its platform. The company permanently suspended the former president following the January 6th US Capitol insurrection, a ban Trump has tried and failed to bypass....
    The National Archives and Records Administration confirmed Wednesday that it is working to make publicly available tweets from former President Trump that Twitter has taken down and pledged not to allow back on its platform. NARA and Twitter have worked closely together for years to keep records of government content posted to the social media giant – but the banning...
    By James Oliphant and Chris Kahn | Reuters WASHINGTON – Since the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, former President Donald Trump and his Republican allies have pushed false and misleading accounts to downplay the event that left five dead and scores of others wounded. His supporters appear to have listened. Three months after a mob of Trump...
    Approximately half of all Republicans have bought into false claims that have emerged following the Capitol riot, according to a new poll. Fifty-one percent of Republicans surveyed believe the January siege was largely nonviolent, and 55% said it was the handiwork of left-wing activists “trying to make Trump look bad,” a new Reuters/Ipsos poll, released on Monday, found. The...
    Reuters April 5, 2021 0 Comments Since the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, former President Donald Trump and his Republican allies have pushed false and misleading accounts to downplay the event that left five dead and scores of others wounded. His supporters appear to have listened. Three months after a mob of Trump supporters stormed the...
    Roberto Schmidt/AFP, Getty Images A new poll out by Reuters and Ipsos reveals that half of all Republicans believe false accounts of the deadly insurrection on the Capitol building led by Trump supporters on January 6th. For those with a blissfully short memory, following the “Save America” rally at the White House Ellipse where former President Donald Trump addressed thousands...
    Former President Donald Trump on Thursday night decried big tech “censorship” after an interview he gave to his daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, was taken off Facebook. “I did a very nice interview with Lara,” the former commander-in-chief said in a separate interview on cable news channel Real America’s Voice. “Facebook took it off and it’s disgraceful,” he told host Dr. Gina...
    More On: donald trump COVID-19 and a secret haircut club brought back the White House barbershop Big Tech is out to ‘erase’ former President Trump: daughter-in-law White House defends hiking taxes on business to pay for infrastructure New website reportedly shields against ‘cancel culture’ Former President Donald Trump on Thursday night decried big tech “censorship” after an interview he...
    New York : Any content posted on behalf of or at the initiative of Donald Trump will be removed from Facebook. Photo: Chip Somodevilla / . The social network Facebook has decided to remove from its platform the last interview granted by former United States President Donald Trump, thus enforcing the veto established on all...
    Reuters March 31, 2021 0 Comments Facebook Inc has removed a video of an interview with former U.S. President Donald Trump, who remains banned from the platform, from his daughter-in-law Lara Trump’s Facebook page, a company spokeswoman said on Wednesday. Lara Trump, who is married to the former president’s son Eric and recently joined Fox News as a contributor,...