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Facebook Introduces Workplace Rules on Religious and Political Discussions

Facebook has reportedly introduced new rules for employees surrounding the discussion of religion and politics via the company’s internal Workplace app. The Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe hope to prevent “bullying” and foster “open and respectful communications at work.”

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Apple Replaced 10 Times the Amount of Batteries Following ‘Batterygate’ Scandal

Apple replaced ten times as many iPhone batteries as they expected after reducing the price of battery replacement for certain models in 2018, following allegations the company was artificially slowing down iPhones, referred to as the “Batterygate” scandal. The battery replacements could have cost Apple up to $11 billion in lost revenue as customers replaced batteries instead of upgrading phones.

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PragerU Files New Lawsuit Against Google

Conservative non-profit group PragerU has filed a second lawsuit against Google, accusing the company of censoring conservative viewpoints.

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Black Pro-Life Group Accuses Twitter, Facebook, Instagram of ‘Jim Crow’ Blacklisting

The Radiance Foundation, a pro-life organization founded by a black American, has alleged it is facing censorship on most major social networks, including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. The group’s response to the blacklisting has been to call on the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe to “Stop Jim Crow’ing us.”

Elon Musk,CEO of Tesla

Elon Musk Debuts Completed ‘Hopper’ Rocket to Social Media Derision

Tesla CEO and SpaceX founder Elon Musk tweeted images of the now completed starship “Hopper” test flight rocket to great praise from the tech media, but those on social media noted it’s lack of similarity to artist’s renderings and remain skeptical of its flight worthiness.

Google is becoming a publisher, not a platform

Report: Google ‘Bug’ Allows Anyone to Create Misinformation

A Google Search bug reportedly allows any user to add misinformation to search results. In one case, tech site TechCrunch managed to create a Google search result showing rapper Snoop Dogg as President of the United States.

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WSJ: Google Will Probably Never Have to ‘Forget’ You

An article from the Wall Street Journal notes that advisers to the European Union’s top court have suggested that Google shouldn’t be forced to apply the E.U.’s “right to be forgotten” rules outside the E.U.

Tesla Fiery Crash

Family of Teen Killed in Fiery Crash Sues Tesla

A lawsuit recently filed against Tesla accuses Elon Musk’s car company of negligence following the death of two teenagers and injury of third in a fiery crash in 2017, alleging the company installed a defective battery pack and removed a speed limiter installed in the car.

Laura Loomer protests Twitter

WSJ: CAIR Lobbied Twitter to Blacklist Laura Loomer

The Wall Street Journal revealed that CAIR lobbied social media giant Twitter to blacklist outspoken conservative activist Laura Loomer from the platform over her remarks about Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN).