EVIDENCE: Social Media Companies Censor Pro-Life Groups
Yesterday, the Senate held a hearing into the unreasonable practices of tech giants, such as Google. Of course, the mainstream media and these companies regularly deny that bias exists, however we have evidence. And even if the business will not clearly confess all the time that they censor posts, there sure are a lot of ‘makes you believe’ type issues that we see and have actually personally experienced.
1.. Censorship by Pinterest
Pinterest honestly prohibited Live Action’s Pinterest page and their actions were exposed by whistleblower Eric Cochran. It gets even worse. After pro-life groups, led by Trainees for Life groups swore to publish Live Action material on our own pages, Pinterest alerted Students for Life that a basic graphic about vaccines and conscience was eliminated. We have actually given that reposted the graphic and since today, is still up on our page.
2. Kristan Hawkins’ tweets have been identified as ‘delicate material.’
Follower sent this to me. What’s up, @Jack!. ?.!? This is not ok. #LifeCensored pic.twitter.com/bTJrua0BPM– Kristan Hawkins(@KristanHawkins)
June 11, 2019 3. Conservative Prager U identifies videos
as porn, blocking them According to Newsweek,”Conservative radio host Dennis Prager appearedon Fox News Tuesday morning simply hours prior to he is set to implicate Google of political bias in testimony before members of Congress in Washington. Prager claims the Silicon Valley tech giants, however specifically Google, are gaming their algorithms versus conservative material. He stated dozens of PragerU’s 5-minute videos on topics varying from Abraham Lincoln to the starting of Israel have been banned by the search giant and YouTube moms and dad business as”pornography.”Prager claimed the group’s 300-plus videos get more than one billion views annually, but that about 60 of the wide range of conservative, historical videos are on Google’s” restricted”list. There are various other examples. Do you have an example of social media bias and/or censorship? If so, e-mail Matt Lamb at email@example.com.
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