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Facebook CEO models himself after brutal Roman emperor

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s love for ancient Roman emperor Augustus Caesar offers some insights into how he views being a leader, reports CNBC and the New Yorker Magazine. “You have all these good and bad ...

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Texas cheerleaders win case against censorship

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Some Texas cheerleaders have another victory to cheer. The Texas Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal of a lower court decision that protects the right of cheerleaders to display Bible verses ...

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FTC may examine bias as lawsuit against Google filed

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Google is coming under new Congressional pressure over claims of bias in its search Engine. U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) on Aug. 30 asked the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to examine the ...

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“Me Again!” pro-life bus ads banned in Indiana

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A pro-life group in Indiana is fighting back after a government-run public transit company rejected its bus ad aimed at educating the public about the humanity of unborn children. The incident unfolded ...

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Famous cathedral continues crusade against the Bible

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Nearly 500 years after the Bishop of London burned copies of William Tyndale’s New Testament outside of St. Paul’s Cathedral, the church is once again at the center of controversy for blocking ...

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Facebook, Twitter grilled by Judiciary Committee

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WASHINGTON – The US House Judiciary Committee held its second hearing to examine social media filtering practices, with a special focus on a possible lack of transparency and potential bias. Facebook’s Monika ...

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Franklin Graham’s bus ads for crusade banned

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Rev. Franklin Graham, the son of the late evangelist Billy Graham, has come up against some fierce opposition as he attempts to organize a gospel crusade in the northern British town of ...

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Facebook restores Gospel group’s music video

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A gospel music group recently had its music video removed from Facebook. Last month, the vocal ensemble, Zion’s Joy, from Indianapolis, posted the video, “What Would Heaven Look Like,” to its Facebook ...

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Facebook reverses decision that censored patriotic song

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The country music group The Wes Cook Band is firing back at Facebook after the social media giant denied their request to use the company’s paid tools to promote their new patriotic ...

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Little House on the Prairie controversy has Missouri connection

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When you think of Little House on the Prairie, you normally wouldn’t think of Missouri or racism. Now the legendary author who wrote those books has had her name stripped from a ...

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Google banning Jesus from church ads?

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More evidence of Google restricting religious speech came to light today as the head of a Lutheran publishing house claimed Google will no longer accept advertisements related to the organization’s website “because ...

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Conservative leaders fight for fairness on social media bias

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As Metro Voice reported in March, new algorithms, bias and outright censorship may be silencing the free speech of Christian and conservatives. Now, MRC Founder and President Brent Bozell, MRC Censorship Project Director Allen ...

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Facebook CEO Zuckerberg steers away from questions of censorship

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is appearing on Capitol Hill this week with often awkward answers as he responds to questions about the the power of the social media giant and the privacy ...

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Could the Bible get caught up in Microsoft’s new conduct policy?

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The news has been filled with the likes of Facebook, Google, Twitter and others misusing their customer’s private data, censoring speech and outright banning users with whom the company ‘gatekeepers’ disagree. As ...

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