Biden walks back Facebook ‘killing people’ comment, says he was talking about users spreading misinformation

WSJ columnist Kim Strassel and author Vivek Ramaswamey discuss Big Tech concerns on ‘Kudlow’ President Biden said Monday that Facebook “isn’t killing people,” after accusing the social media giant last…

Students say social media users, not government, can determine COVID ‘misinformation’

Despite President Joe Biden’s assertion that Facebook is “killing people” by allowing COVID vaccine misinformation to spread online, many young people who spoke to Fox News at Turning Point USA’s…

Priyanka Chopra praised by Twitter users for allegedly snubbing Prince William, Kate Middleton at Wimbledon

Twitter users are praising Priyanka Chopra after she seemingly shaded Prince William and Kate Middleton at Wimbledon. In a newly emerged clip shared by the U.K’s DailyMail on Wednesday, the…

Facebook reportedly fired 52 employees who were caught spying on users

Former federal prosecutor Jim Trusty breaks down the ex-president’s class action lawsuit on ‘The Evening Edit’ Facebook fired 52 employees for abusing their access to the social network’s user data…

Louisiana lawmaker leads effort to pull protections from tech companies that target users’ emotions

Rep. Jeff Van Drew, R – NJ on President Trump taking on Big Tech and free speech. Louisiana Republican John Kennedy introduced a bill on Tuesday designed to prevent technology…

Former Trump adviser Jason Miller’s GETTR social media platform reaches 1M users days after launch

Rep. Jeff Van Drew, R – NJ on President Trump taking on Big Tech and free speech. Former Donald Trump senior adviser Jason Miller’s new social media platform “GETTR” has…

Kamala Harris’ Secret Service agent ‘clearly not happy’ about VP’s Pride walk: Twitter users react

Vice President Kamala Harris made a surprise appearance at the Pride event in Washington on Saturday but it was one of her protectors who drew the attention of many Twitter…

New Mexico warns on wound botulism among drug users after several suspected cases

Health officials in New Mexico are investigating two suspected cases of wound botulism in residents with reported injection drug use. The state noted that two prior cases were reported in…

TikTok revealing dentist can detect pregnancy by looking at patient’s mouth stuns users

A dental student has gone viral on TikTok after revealing that a dentist might be able to tell whether a patient is pregnant just by looking at their mouth. TikTok…

Cuomo’s COVID vaccine pass rejects users with jab despite New York’s claims of ‘seamless experience’

New York’s digital Excelsior Pass – touted by Gov. Andrew Cuomo as an important step toward normalcy during the coronavirus pandemic – has rejected some vaccinated users due to glitches…