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Article Image News Link • Global

MSN, Gateway Pundit and The Hill

Facebook, using the excuse that it has been criticized for not doing enough to combat extremism on its platform, is testing a pilot program that will let users know if it detects that they are being exposed to any kind of extremist material.

Article Image News Link • Global by Salvador Rodriguez

A federal court on Monday dismissed the Federal Trade Commission's antitrust complaint against Facebook. The dismissal deals a major setback for the agency's complaint that could have resulted in Facebook divesting Instagram and WhatsApp. In th

Article Image News Link • Global, Andrés Vacca

Former employees of the popular video platform TikTok confirmed what former President Trump warned during much of 2020, ensuring that the parent company Byte Dance records, controls and makes decisions of absolutely everything that happens in the U.S

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Ernest Hancock catches up with Kingsley Edwards (CEO - Flote) at Porcfest 2021 (Roger's Campground; Lancaster, NH) to discuss Flote v1.0 - Dr Judy Mikovits provides an update on viral RNA found in every organ of the body; spike proteins

Article Image News Link • Global, ALLUM BOKHARI

Twitter locked the account of the National File, a national populist news website, for reporting on a tweet from Tami Burages, a woman who says her 13-year old nephew died three days after receiving a second dose of Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine.

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Rumble - One America News Network

Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) says emails written between Dr. Anthony Fauci and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, appear to show the pair were essentially running a PR campaign surrounding disclosures about the possible origins of the coronavirus.